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Bahraini Police Brutally Attack Civilians

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It is pretty much symbolic. The EU parliament has basically zero actually power in foreign relations and one speech doesn't amount to a policy even if the body were capable of implementing one. So props to the lady, but it doesn't amount to much more than what we are saying here. Dum copias tyrannus ducet, possumus nihil agere. (While the tyrant leads the troops, we can do nothing. The Romans were grim but practical.)

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Defend your women and your country from foreign Wahabi invaders and the regime that sponsored those invaders. God be with you! Help will come even from the closed doors that will surprise all. God is

It is pretty much symbolic. The EU parliament has basically zero actually power in foreign relations and one speech doesn't amount to a policy even if the body were capable of implementing one. So props to the lady, but it doesn't amount to much more than what we are saying here. Dum copias tyrannus ducet, possumus nihil agere. (While the tyrant leads the troops, we can do nothing. The Romans were grim but practical.)

like i was waiting for an or demanding some , meh , its cray world and i now it , Bhrain is small island with few oil and it is considered a saudi internal affair ,thast whats Bahrian is politically

actualy nothing can be done on spot except some military action agaisnt the saudi or more ghandi like way of protesting ,letting the army kill thousands of the men who are unarmed with bare chest and open arms in mid day , this may may may trigger some enough reaction to turn over the table

other wise we need something like 20 years with non sectarian regim ruling Saudi arabia and the gulf to change this sick mentality

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For everyone who sent messages, photos and videos in this topic, thank you. As this video says: The blood of the Martyrs will drown the Khalifas. InshaAllah we all live long enough to see that day!

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well Naoh you have missed teh Kwaiti shia , they put pressure on Kawiti ov since they are in the parliment to stop KAWAIT from sending its troops to BAhrain ,instead they've sent a medical aids that was stopped at the bridge as far as the news goes

Iraqis urged their gov and also the parliment tried to ask to call the Bahraini ambassador and ask him to leave , but Iraqi Gov is too weak and too puppet like that it dsnt have its own decision

and i wished Pakistani shia can put pressure , any sort, to stop recruting Pakistani miitants to bahrain caus them who started the whole protest thing ! i wish that Pakistan shia stop their passivness and weak like and mazloom like and victimizng themselves , start to look for practical realistic solutions

Yes, they are either weak OR it is not time yet OR the Zionists will benefit if they move, OR Israel is trapping them for a war OR taqiya is a better option..... The truth is that Shias are very 'weak' in politics. When it is not necessary and when they are under pressure, they are seeking confrontations (sometimes even to benefit or please some powers against some other powers)...and are damaging their own interests. But, when they are in full charge, the conditions are created, when they'll benefit, and when they are speaking from a powerful stance, then they'll step back or simply make nonsense moves to lose all the opportunities...

But, anyways, God is great and I am sure that God will help and aid Shias of Bahrain and Yemen....if no body else is interested.

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Sickle cell? That's a weird one to blame, since it congenital and I am sure his medical records would indicate its presence or absence and his family and friends would know. Nor is it something you just drop dead from. You could at least say it was something he could plausibly have contracted in jail, like typhoid or something. :dry:

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Tonight I saw the name of someone we know on the missing, detained and arrested list. Heartbreaking.

The link is a spreadsheet on this page: http://www.abna.ir/data.asp?lang=3&Id=234779

Click on the purple link called - 107084.xls

Praying for everyone.

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Bahraini security forces by the supports of Saudi occupiers demolished “Al-Watiyya Mosque” which was known as Qadam al-Mahdi in Mahuz village in the morning. They also demolished “Imam Jawad (a.s) Mosque” in Hamad town.

It is worth mentioning that Bahrain regime tries to destroy any symbolic sign for peaceful gathering of people.

“Al Khalifa regime to destroy three Shia mosques in the name of "Fadak al-Zahra (s.a)", "Imam Jawad (a.s)" and "Um al-Banin (s.a)" in different parts of the country.” Bahrain National Islamic Unity of Wefaq announced.

Bahrain's regime has demolished some Shia mosque in the recent days.

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  122. 122-ÇáÞÏã-ÍÓíä ÌÚÝÑ-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  124. 124-ÇáßæÑÉ-ßãíá ÍÓíä ÇáãÈÇÑß-ÐßÑ-23ÓäÉ-ÇÚÊÞá 17/3
  125. 125-ÇáßæÑÉ-ÍãÏ íæÓÝ ßÇÙã ÇáÝåÏ-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  126. 126-ÇáãÇÍæÒ-ÝÇÖá ÍÓä Úáí ÍÓä-ÐßÑ--40624
  127. 127-ÇáãÇÍæÒ-ÕÇáÍ ãåÏí ÍÓä Úáí ÍÓä-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  130. 130-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÚÈÏÇáÑÓæá ÇÏÑíÓ ÇãÇä-ÐßÑ--ÇÚÊÞá 31/3
  131. 131-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÇÍãÏ Úæä -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  132. 132-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÇÓÊÇÐ ÌÚÝÑ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  135. 135-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÍÓä äæÍ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  137. 137-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÚÈÏ Çááå ãÍãÏ ÚÈÏ Çááå Èæ ÑÇÔÏ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  139. 139-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -Úáí Úæä -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  140. 140-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -Úæä -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  144. 144-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -Úáí ÚÈÏ Çááå ÌÚÝÑ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  145. 145-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÍãíÏ ÎáÝ ÇÈÑÇåíã -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  146. 146-ÇáãÇáßíÉ -ÕáÇÍ ÚÈÇÓ ÌÇÈÑ ÇáÈÑí -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá 28/3 -ÇáÇãíä ÇáãÇáí áÌãÚíÉ ÇáãÚáãíä
  147. 147-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ãÍÓä ÛÑíÈ-ÐßÑ-ÝäÇä-ÇÚÊÞá 25/3
  148. 148-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ÊíãæÑ ßÑíãí-ÐßÑ-ãÍÇãí-ÇÚÊÞá 31/3
  149. 149-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ÇÍãÏ ÇÓÏ ãÍãÏ-ÐßÑ--ÊÇÑíÎ ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 20/3
  150. 150-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ãÍãÏ ãÕØÝì ÚÈÇÓ-ÐßÑ--ÊÇÑíÎ ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 27/3
  151. 151-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ÇÓãÇÚíá ãÍãÏ ÍÓä ÇáÊÑÇÈí-ÐßÑ-40ÓäÉ-ãÚÊÞá
  152. 152-ÇáãÍÑÞ-ÚÈÇÓ ãÎÊÇÑ-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  156. 156-ÇáãÍÑÞ-Úáí ÎáíÝÉ ÇáÍÇíßí--ãÚÊÞá
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  162. 162-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ãåÏí ÓåæÇä-ÐßÑ-ÑÇÏæÏ-ÇÚÊÞá 2/4
  163. 163-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ÍÓä Îáíá ÇáÚÞÔ-ÐßÑ-23ÓäÉ-ÇÚÊÞá 31/3
  164. 164-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ãÍãÏ ÚÈÏÇááå ÍÑã-ÐßÑ--ÇÚÊÞá 31/3
  165. 165-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -íæäÓ íæÓÝ ÑÖí-ÐßÑ--ÇÚÊÞá 31/3
  166. 166-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -åÇäí ãÓáã ãÍãÏ ÇáØíÝ-ÐßÑ-30ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 27/3 íÏíÑ ãæÞÚ ÔÈßÉ ÇáãäÇÑ ÇáËÞÇÝíÉ
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  168. 168-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ÍÓíä ÚÈÏ ÇáÓÌÇÏ ÚÈÏ ÇáÍÓíä Ãá ÚÈÇÓ-ÐßÑ-26ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 28/3
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  170. 170-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ÃÍãÏ ÍÓíä ÇáÏíæÇä-ÐßÑ-26ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 29/3
  171. 171-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -ÚÈÏÇááå ÚÈÏÇáåÇÏí ÇáÓÚíÏ-ÐßÑ-20ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 29/3
  172. 172-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -Úáí ÍÓíä ÇáÏíæÇä-ÐßÑ-30ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 29/3
  173. 173-ÇáãÚÇãíÑ -Úáí ãÍãÏ Úáí ÇÈÑÇåíã-ÐßÑ-22ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 29/3
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  189. 189-ÇáãäÇãÉ -ÍÈíÈ ÚÒÇã ÇáÚæÇÌí -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  190. 190-ÇáãäÇãÉ -ÍÓä ÚÈÏ ÇáÚáí ÇáÞÕÇÈ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  197. 197-ÇáãäÇãÉ -ãÍãæÏ ÚÈÏ ÇáÍÓíä ÇáÎÈÇÒ -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá Ýí ãÑßÒ ÇáäÚíã
  198. 198-ÇáäÈíå ÕÇáÍ-Úáí íæÓÝ íÚÞæÈ ÇáÌÒíÑí-ÐßÑ-37ÓäÉ-40617
  199. 199-ÇáäÈíå ÕÇáÍ-Úáí ÕÇáÍ Úáí-ÐßÑ--16 ÚÇã
  200. 200-ÇáäÈíå ÕÇáÍ-ÍÓä ÚíÓì-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  203. 203-ÇáäÚíã-ÚíÓì ÇÍãÏ ÎãíÓ-ÐßÑ-28ÓäÉ-ÇÚÊÞá 25/3
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  207. 207-ÇáäæíÏÑÇÊ-ÍãíÏ ÚÈÏ Úáí ÍÓä ÑÈíÚ-ÐßÑ-26ÓäÉ-ãÚÊÞá
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  216. 216-ÇáåãáÉ-ÌÇÓã ßÇÙã ÇÈÑÇåíã-ÐßÑ-30ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 28/3
  217. 217-ÇáåãáÉ-ÝÇÖá ßÇÙã ÇÈÑÇåíã-26ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 28/3
  218. 218-ÇáåãáÉ-ÅÈÑÇåíã ÓáãÇä ÚÈÏ Çááå ÓáíãÇä-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  219. 219-ÇáåãáÉ -ÍÓä ÌÚÝÑ ÍÓä -ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  221. 221-ÈÇÑÈÇÑ-ÍÓíä ÚÈÏÇááå ãÑåæä-ÐßÑ-36ÓäÉ-ÇÚÊÞá 15/3
  222. 222-ÈÇÑÈÇÑ-ÚÈÏ ÇáÎÇáÞ ÚÈÏ Çááå ÌÇÓã-ÐßÑ-22ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá16/3
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  227. 227-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-ãÕØÝì Úáí-ÐßÑ-18ÓäÉ-ÇÚÊÞÇá 1/4
  228. 228-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-Úáí ÚÈÏ ÇáÍÓä äÕíÝ-ÐßÑ--ÇÚÊÞá 27/3
  229. 229-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-Úáí ÇÈÑÇåíã ÍÓä ÇáäÌÇÑ-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  230. 230-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-Úáí ÌÇÓã ÇáÛÇäãí-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  233. 233-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-æÇÆá ãÍãÏ ÇáÞÇÈäÏí-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  234. 234-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-ÇáÓíÏ ãåÏí ÇáãæÓæí-ÐßÑ-ÍÑßÉ Ããá-ãÚÊÞá / ãÎÊÝí
  235. 235-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-ÍÓíä ÌÇÓã ÇáÛÇäãí-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá Ýí ãÑßÒ ÇáÑÝÇÚ
  236. 236-Èäí ÌãÑÉ-ÍÓíä ãÍãÏ Úáí ÇáãÍÝæÙ-ÐßÑ-19 ÓäÉ -ãÚÊÞá
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  239. 239-ÈæÞæÉ-ãÍãÏ ÇÈÑÇåíã Îáíá ÔãáÇä-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
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  246. 246-ÊæÈáí-ÝÇÖá ÚÈÇÓ ÇÍãÏ ÑÖí-ÐßÑ-20ÓäÉ-ãÚÊÞá
  247. 247-ÌÏ ÍÝÕ-ÇáÓíÏ ÚÏäÇä ÇáÓíÏ ãÍãÏ ÇáãæÓæí-ÐßÑ-25ÓäÉ-ãÓÚÝ ãÚÊÞá
  248. 248-ÌÏ ÍÝÕ-ÍÓä Úáí ÍÓä ÇáãÔíãÚ-ÐßÑ--ãÚÊÞá
  249. 249-ÌÏ Úáí -ãÍãÏ ÎÌÓÊå-ÐßÑ-ÔíÎ-ÇÚÊÞá 1/4
  250. 250-ÌÏ Úáí -ÓíÏ ãÍãæÏ ÍÓä ÔÈÑ -ÐßÑ-20ÓäÉ-ÇáÇÚÊÞÇá 25/3
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  255. 255-ÌäæÓÇä-ÇÍãÏ ÚÈÏ ÇáãåÏí-ÐßÑ-18ÓäÉ-ãÚÊÞá
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^ it was good to publish the list.

Zardari is a shia, Gilani is shia, bhutto is shia. Bear these facts in reading this article ...

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Dr Farrukh Saleem

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Point Number 1: Arab monarchs are up against an unprecedented wave of national uprising.

Point Number 2: The interests of the United States of America and that of Arab monarchs will be best served by maintaining the status quo.

Point Number 3: Arab armies are either incapable or unwilling to suppress uprisings.

Point Number 4: The US Army is overstretched.

Now consider this brief timeline of events:

February 25: President Zardari meets the emir of Kuwait.

February 26: President Zardari meets Prince Nayef, the second deputy prime minister of Al Mamlakah al Arabiyah as Suudiyah.

March 8: Commander royal Saudi land forces meets our chief of army staff.

March 26: Prince Bandar, secretary-general of Saudi Arabia’s National Security Council, arrives in Islamabad.

March 29: Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa, Bahrain’s foreign minister, arrives in Islamabad.

April 5: The Right Honourable David Cameron arrives in Islamabad.

April 6: Robert Gates arrives in Riyadh.

April 7: General Mattis, commander of United States Central Command, meets General Kayani, COAS.

Undoubtedly, a window of Pak Army’s ‘strategic utility’ is opening up – yet once again. Here’s our current order of battle: I Corps’ 37th Infantry Division is already in Swat. II Corps’ 14th and 40th Divisions are in Okara while the 1st Armoured Division is in Multan. IV Corps’ 10th and 11th Divisions are both in Lahore. V Corps is headquartered in Karachi. X Corps 19th Infantry Division is in Northern Swat and its 111 Infantry Brigade is focused on Islamabad. XI Corps is in Waziristan, XII in Quetta, XXX in Sialkot and XXXI in Bahawalpur. In effect, Pak Army has no ‘strategic surplus’. How about raising a new corps with Saudi and American input?

Back to the Middle East, the three powers that are trying to contain Iran are: the United States of America, Saudi Arabia and Medinat Yisra’el (Israel). At the same time, the House of Saud, backed by the American war machine, is now the biggest defender of status quo in the Middle East – the ultimate counterrevolutionaries.

Here are the pros and cons of Pakistan’s involvement in the Middle East:

Pros: One; additional leverage over the US. Two; leverage over Saudi Arabia. Three; increased military aid. Four; advanced weapons systems. Five; oil on deferred payment basis.

Cons: One; Pakistani workers in the Middle East may face threats. Two; expatriate remittances may be affected adversely. Three; Iran-instigated trouble in Balochistan. Four; potential of trouble from domestic shia population. Five; more trouble in the AfPak region.

Pakistani decision makers must stay ahead of the curve. To be certain, every Pakistani decision – to get involved or not in the Middle East – will have a cost associated with it. Over in Manama, 1,444 km west of Rawalpindi, the defenders of status quo seem to be winning – for now. Can there be a military solution to a political problem? Is it the lull before the real storm? Congratulations; Round 1 goes to counterrevolutionaries!

The writer is a columnist based in Islamabad. Email: farrukh15@hotmail.com

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the sad thing is theirs no realy way to bahrain other than air and water and the bridge from sudia so how can we help them we been on few protest in the usa but we arint getting good coverge so i think the only is so find a way to send weapons peacefully protest wont help iran cant engage i think turky should seand troops into baharain

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These scums will pay for their crimes after Iran invades bahrain and Saudi

I'm wondering, that in the event of a US military attack on Iran, its likely that Iran will retaliate at the US 5th fleet based in Bahrain. And once the American empire starts to fall, these puppet dictators will be washed away too.

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I was in complete shock when earlier today, on Press Tv, it was reported that 5 mosques have been destroyed by the invading Saudi Forces.

That and Pakistan's opportunism toward this particular issue - by sending security forces and so forth - is absolutely heartbreaking. You would hope that a country that can seem to do nothing right, would for once stand for haqq.

What's also evokes disappointment, but not surprise, is the complete silence and passivity of the Sunni Muslim world toward the Mosque burnings, and outright barbarism of the GCC forces.

Has there been any prominent Sunni institution, country or individual that has come out in complete condemnation of the Saudi and Bahrani's?

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I was in complete shock when earlier today, on Press Tv, it was reported that 5 mosques have been destroyed by the invading Saudi Forces.

That and Pakistan's opportunism toward this particular issue - by sending security forces and so forth - is absolutely heartbreaking. You would hope that a country that can seem to do nothing right, would for once stand for haqq.

What's also evokes disappointment, but not surprise, is the complete silence and passivity of the Sunni Muslim world toward the Mosque burnings, and outright barbarism of the GCC forces.

Has there been any prominent Sunni institution, country or individual that has come out in complete condemnation of the Saudi and Bahrani's?

For a long time people have promoted muslim unity. Even in muslim shia community there is little cooperation and upliftment. People dont realize that the way things break is at the seams.

You dont know the level of trechery in the muslim people of ours.

Around 1992, I found an iranian who had learnt a certain (rare at that time, not its floating on the internet like trash and pollution and then I was young to absorb it) aspect of control theory of asked him to teach me. He never lifted a finger to help me. Two years ago, I called the widow of an israeli jew who is selling a book written by him on similar subject. She happily sent me a free copy written by him. When this israeli was alive I did not call as I imagined he would not help. However, we have split our own nation by our own meanness. Only when we are mortally threatened, do we ever unite and fall into our petty squabbles no sooner the danger recedes.

Suppose, this iranian had taught me something. It would not have harmed him much but helped me and I would do the same in return. In the same way, in 1995 one iranian developed farsitex. I have email records requesting him for some help. He never did. Yet, the americans and germans and russians have put more info to help, but its now obsolete. The regress of islam and hindu society both is based on meanness. I have tested many iranians with doable favors and I report truthful data. If people cant share little of knowledge, what can you expect would be their contribution to the khoms ?!

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What's also evokes disappointment, but not surprise, is the complete silence and passivity of the Sunni Muslim world toward the Mosque burnings, and outright barbarism of the GCC forces.

What do you mean by Sunni "passivity"? They have already expressed their support for the Al Khalifas and labelled the uprising as nothing more than a coup attempt by the Rafidhis. Even their so called moderates like Qaradawi have gone on record denouncing the Bahraini people and declared them Iranian stooge (as if the Al Khalifas aren't the Zionist stooges!). GCC has condemned Iran for "interference" By that I mean the statements of support given by Iranian government. So in Sunni world if a government voices its opinion then its called an "interference" whereas if countries (KSA, Pak, Jordan, etc) send their troops inside to kill and kidnap then its called "cooperation". Welcome to the insane world of "Muslims"! Its the world where you could butcher the family of your Prophet mercilessly yet be called a "khalifa" and a "Radi Allah".

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Bismillahirrahmanirraheem:

Salamun 'alaykum w/r w/b:

Inalilahi wa inailaihi rajioon:

Some viewers may find the images in the following article offensive. Viewer discretion is advised: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=24252

How does something like that not make the news all over the world???

Wassalam w/r w/b:

La fatah ila Ali

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I'm wondering, that in the event of a US military attack on Iran, its likely that Iran will retaliate at the US 5th fleet based in Bahrain. And once the American empire starts to fall, these puppet dictators will be washed away too.

Offcourse Iran will retaliate at all naval/land bases incase of an attack. The monarchs know Iran is the top threat to their rule , that's why they are pushing for a war now so Iran doesn't get another 5 or 10 years to build up an arsenal. In such a scenario of all out war, Iran will be damaged badly, but the region is extremely sensitive and the victor will be the one who has the most resolve.

These revolutions are nothing compared what's going to happen in the middle east, absolutely nothing.

if Iran did any military action , it would be really bad bad war ! i dont wish to live it

Iran won't attack first, it will be imposed on them.

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What do you mean by Sunni "passivity"? They have already expressed their support for the Al Khalifas and labelled the uprising as nothing more than a coup attempt by the Rafidhis. Even their so called moderates like Qaradawi have gone on record denouncing the Bahraini people and declared them Iranian stooge (as if the Al Khalifas aren't the Zionist stooges!). GCC has condemned Iran for "interference" By that I mean the statements of support given by Iranian government. So in Sunni world if a government voices its opinion then its called an "interference" whereas if countries (KSA, Pak, Jordan, etc) send their troops inside to kill and kidnap then its called "cooperation". Welcome to the insane world of "Muslims"! Its the world where you could butcher the family of your Prophet mercilessly yet be called a "khalifa" and a "Radi Allah".

You should really be fair. I have personal experience on both the sides and because of the MEANNESS in both the camps of muslims there power is compromised. If an iranian is mean to share some facts he learnt from westerners to share with another pakistani muslim, what makes you think that the whole pakistani nation can compromise its vital interests for the sake of a few ? AGAIN, I AM NOT DEFENDING IT BUT POINTING A LOGICAL PATH TO THE REMEDY. For example, dont forget that the ruling two highest offices, President Zardari and Prime Minister Gillani are both SHIA. Pakistan has enemies on both borders, daily drone attacks, electrical outages and no oil. there were floods not long ago. A few months ago, i asked an iranian professor for some help with learning some computer skills and helping with letting me study with some students who might be interested. He said no. I said what about some qurbani (donation). He said go and qurban (sacrifice) yourself. The ONLY remedy is economic development and this means, rise and share with less and non-immediate return and greater patience. If the ummah cant do it then its blood will be spilt to make what is called room for maneouvre. I dont know how to express it but its a vague concept.

Even the pakistani nation let the double murderer CIA agent Raymond Davis go for its vital interest. Such will be the fate of many in muslim nations for the KAMEENA PUN of the the muslim people and just wait and see - such terrible time is in the future. Mahdi wont come before people will really scream since they will not be willing to obey his commands till the enemies of islam bring them to the stage that they were so willing to follow without coercion the orders of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The charisma of ARK was not the only motivating factor, the torture by israelis, americans and others was the second vital component.

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Health Services Paralyzed: Bahrain’s Military Crackdown on Patients

April 7, 2011

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Health facilities in Bahrain have been drawn into the center of the country’s current unrest and clashes between government and opposition protestors that began in February 2011. The result is an unacceptable circumstance in which medical facilities—which are generally functioning well in terms of material, infrastructure and skilled staff—now no longer impartially serve the medical needs of the population.

Hospitals and health clinics are no longer places to go for the sick or injured, but are rather places to be feared. As the military cracks down on protestors and medical personnel Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has witnessed patients with critical and life-threatening injuries refusing to go to the hospital due to high levels of fear.

Their fear is not unfounded. Wounds are used to identify demonstrators, restricted access to health care is being used to deter people from protesting, and those who dare to seek treatment in health facilities are being arrested.

Although MSF has been blocked from addressing this issue on a larger scale, the organization has been able to provide basic medical care to the patients it has met in their homes when there has been no other option for them.

All patients have a right to seek and receive treatment in a safe environment, and all medical staff have a fundamental duty to administer treatment without discrimination. To ensure that this is able to happen, all health facilities—particularly Salmaniya, the only public referral hospital in Bahrain—must be demilitarised and depoliticized, and health care must not be used as bait to lure patients into situations where they are identified and arrested.

MSF activities in Bahrain

MSF first had a team on the ground in Bahrain two days after protests began in February. Despite the gaps in the provision of care for people wounded in clashes, MSF has been unable to deploy to its full capacity in addressing this issue due to the military crackdown on patients and health facilities. MSF has informed the Ministry of Health of its concerns about the situation. MSF has also proposed setting up an emergency medical response mechanism whereby MSF would accompany patients to health facilities to ensure that they are treated and not targeted for arrest at health facilities, and that health workers are able to conduct their duties in an impartial way without fear of reprisal. MSF has not been able to secure guarantees during this period of military control that patients who it accompanies will not be targeted.

However, MSF will be establishing a project of psychological support to health workers as a way to address one of the internal challenges currently facing the health system. The use of the main referral hospital, Salmaniya, by protestors, the subsequent military occupation of the hospital, the targeting of health facilities and workers, and the sheer number and severity of wounds stemming from clashes have left many health care workers traumatized.

In addition, MSF will continue to share expertise on the management of mass casualty situations. On 2 March, MSF conducted a training session on multiple casualty management for 40 health officials in Bahrain.

As the situation continues to evolve, MSF will remain prepared to respond to any further medical needs or potential casualties that could arise out of the ongoing tension.

Climate of Fear

I. Salmaniya: from a political platform to an occupied hospital

SalmaniyaHospital is the public referral hospital for the whole of Bahrain. However, when MSF visited the hospital on 21 March, it was virtually empty. This is a direct result of the way in which the hospital has been used in the clashes between the military and opposition protestors.

Following a military operation against protestors on 17 February, many sought refuge in the Salmaniya Hospital grounds. Salmaniya was seen as a safe place for the opposition protestors to go. During this time, as the protests continued, wounded demonstrators were received in Salmaniya as well. When ambulances were blocked from reaching patients, the doctors at the hospital began leading protests themselves.

Regardless of the reasons, health professionals making speeches and leading protests directly from the steps of the entrance to the hospital undermined the concept of a neutral hospital, as did the anti-government slogans painted onto the walls of the hospital.

Instead of asserting the neutrality of the medical structures, the government declared Salmaniya Hospital a legitimate military target, calling it a “stronghold of the opposition protestors.” This completely and wrongfully undermined the notion that all patients have a right to treatment and all medical staff have a fundamental duty to administer treatment. This military reaction was exponentially more damaging to the trust in the health system than the activities of the opposition protestors.

“Omar” was one of the patients MSF visited at home as part of a medical assessment of the needs in Bahrain. He had been in the main roundabout during the demonstrations on 13March when the military began shooting rubber bullets and tear gas. Omar was shot in the head at close range with a rubber bullet. He passed out and was referred to, and admitted into, Salmaniya Hospital for surgery.

During his last two days in the hospital, the military took over. “They came and I was beaten and assaulted every day,” he said. “They were beating me directly on the wound on my head. The doctor discharged me, said I can’t do more, and the police arrested me.”

“They took me to the police station where I had to be standing for two hours. I couldn’t manage. When I fell down, they started to beat me and assaulted me again…”

On 16 March, the military took over the hospital and established checkpoints with tanks and masked military personnel all around its perimeter. Patients arriving at the hospital were searched and their identity numbers checked. The cordon blocked doctors who had gone home between shifts. The wounded within Salmaniya were centralized in one ward, which was controlled by the military. MSF has met different patients in their homes who confirm that they were systematically beaten and intimidated within the ward, to the point that some tried to escape but where caught, arrested, and taken to police stations where they were further beaten and humiliated. Many patients with whom MSF was in contact with, had not only suffered physically from the beatings, but also psychologically.

“I stayed in Salmaniya for five days after I was wounded in the protests,” said one 29-year old male. “The police used to come into the ward regularly to prevent us from sleeping. They would come in with masks and sticks. It was scary. They would come at 1AM and hit us. I begged the doctor to discharge me. I wanted to leave. It was not safe for me in the hospital. When I tried to run away, I was arrested by the police. I was taken to a police station where I was blindfolded and beaten. They finally let me go at 3AM. I found a nurse to treat me at home. If I go back to the hospital now to get more treatment they will ask me how I got these wounds and then beat me more.”

When the MSF team examined the patient during a medical assessment, he was suffering from pain in his chest and had difficulty using his right hand, which had been bound. The pain associated with breathing is improving. He is still not able to move due to the pain caused by the bruises from the beatings.

The disregard shown by the military within Salmaniya also extends to health centers in the villages. MSF has visited health centers that were attacked by the military on 15 March. Tear gas was shot into health facilities, protestors were arrested within the facilities, health workers were questioned and threatened, ambulances were shot at, and health workers were beaten, including those who had travelled out of the health facilities to reach the patients. Overall, this has undermined the status of health facilities as safe places and resulted in a high level of trauma among health workers, compromising the ability of the facilities to function effectively.

“I tried to escape from Salmaniya for five days,” said a 40-year-old male. “They would beat us in the night. They called us terrorists. They even ripped off my IV line and pushed me to the floor.”

II. The use of medical needs and facilities to identify and arrest patients

The clashes between the military and the protestors have resulted in numerous kinds of wounds. The most common wound is from the use of the bird-shot gun on protestors. Bird-shot is a shot gun cartridge that contains a multitude of small pellets. The wounds associated with bird-shot range from minor superficial wounds to more serious injuries such as perforated retinas and deeper tissue wounds—depending on the range at which people are shot. Some patients can have hundreds of wounds from the small pellets. These very distinctive wounds have been used to identify who has been involved in protest action. If these marks are seen by the police or military, the person will be immediately arrested.

“If we go to the hospital, they will see our marks and they will catch us and beat us,” said one 28-year old male, who’d been wounded with bird shot.

Those who do risk going to a health center in the villages with these wounds are at risk of being arrested within the health center, as health workers are supposed to report these wounds to the police and register the patients. If a patient is critical, they will have to be referred from the health center or go directly to a hospital. However, the same registration system exists at hospitals.

MSF was contacted about two critically injured patients who finally agreed to seek medical care at private hospitals but were arrested by police and Ministry of Interior personnel when they arrived. At least one of these patients was taken to the military hospital. However, the family has not been informed about the patient’s condition. Incidents such as these further increase the fear of going to health facilities for treatment.

“Ashraf” was wounded with bird-shot pellets on his thighs and arm. Ashraf didn’t believe that going to a health care facility was an option for him, or others who have been wounded. He and his father explained to MSF that if they do go to a hospital, there are no guarantees that they will not disappear and later be found dead. Ashraf doesn’t even dare to seek help in the health center or leave his village. “All the health facilities are under surveillance,” he said. “Even if you are not stopped at check points, they will search me and find my wounds, and then I will be arrested. There are no guarantees for us to go anywhere.”

In addition, the blood bank is centralized in Salmaniya Hospital, from which it is dispatched to private hospitals. This means when private hospitals request blood, the military is once again alerted to the presence of wounded individuals.

Even ambulances are no longer seen as neutral medical facilities providing a service to patients. The police now escort most ambulances. Thus, ambulance transportation is firmly associated with the police and military and is not regarded as an impartial means for people to receive treatmentregardless of their political affiliations or protest involvement.

Many wounded therefore remain at home, unwilling to seek treatment at health facilities for even the most critical needs. Many require secondary care with surgical interventions. MSF has witnessed this first hand by visiting patients in their homes in many of the villages.

III. Medical workers targeted

There is also a crackdown on medical professionals. Doctors have told MSF that they are afraid to provide treatment to people wounded in the clashes in case they are then arrested. Many doctors and other health professionals have even been too afraid to talk with MSF about the situation or discuss how MSF can help in responding to the medical needs.

IV. A breakdown within health facilities

In addition to the breakdown of trust between patients and the health facilities, there is also a high level of polarisation between health workers within the health facilities, including Salmaniya.

The high level of trauma among health workers makes this polarization even worse. They have had to deal with medical casualties on a scale that they were neither expecting nor prepared for. The subsequent military blockade of health facilities, and in some instances, the targeting of health centers, has created a high level of fear for health workers who do not feel safe inside health facilities.

These tensions are undermining the effective collaboration between health workers with different political or sectarian backgrounds, which in turn are crippling the effective functioning of the health system.

Conclusion

Considering the civil unrest and the involvement of armed forces in military and security operations in Bahrain, MSF wishes to stress the necessity and duty of the authorities to respect relevant rules of international humanitarian law, especially those concerning the protection and respect of medical structures and medical personnel. These rules also extend to the protection of civilians, the sick or injured, and to prisoners.

As a state party to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and its Additional Protocols of 1977, Bahrain must comply with the mandatory rules laid down in these conventions, (including common article 3 to the Geneva conventions), as well as with the rules of customary international law.

In accordance with these rules, the military must allow health facilities in Bahrain to resume their core activity of treating patients in an impartial way.

MSF is still working on securing permissions from the authorities that will enable it to address the crucial issue of patients being too afraid to access health facilities. At the same time, MSF is currently able to play a role in responding to the trauma caused by recent events through a psychological support program for health workers.

If the military does not remove itself from the hospital and if patients continue to be arrested in health facilities, those in critical need of medical attention will remain at home, risking delayed treatment, and, ultimately, their lives.

Steps must be taken to restore the population’s ability to receive treatment without fear by removing the military from Salmaniya Hospital. The opposition protestors should also guarantee that the hospital will not be used as a political platform or a rallying point for protests.

However, the responsibility for restoring the functioning of the health services in Bahrain is in the hands of the authorities. The police, military, and intelligence services must stop using the health system as a way to crack down on the protestors and must allow medical providers to return to the primary duty of providing health care regardless of patients’ political or sectarian affiliations.

http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/publications/article.cfm?id=5171&cat=special-report

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It occurs to me that it would be smart move for Iran to offer to send medical supplies. If they get through well and good. When they are refused, well, at least we would get to watch western and government spokesmen squirm trying to come up with ways to explain how Iranian blood plasma would undermine stability in the region. Frankly I am rather tired of our governments hypocrisy and wouldn't mind embarrassing them as much as possible.

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Rally Against Human Rights Violations in Bahrain | Washington, DC

When: Friday, April 15, 2011 | 12:30pm - 4:00pm

Location: Lafayette Park, White House

Why: To protest the human rights violations perpetrated by the Bahraini and Saudi governments against the innocent people of Bahrain, and to stand in solidarity with the people of Bahrain.

Who: American Council for Freedom in Bahrain (ACFBahrain)

List of sponsoring organizations provided: http://www.islamicinformationcenter.org/frontpage/front-page-items/rally-for-the-people-of-bahrain-and-libya-2011.html

ACFBahrain has a blog with info on buses to the rally from different locations. http://bahrainrallydc.wordpress.com/

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