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Syria Syria Syria...what About Bahrain?

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Maybe they should arm themselves to get any media coverage.

They should arm themselves, chant anti-Iran slogans, kill innocent people, welcome deals with Israel....

And then UNSC, AL and Redcross will call them oppressed protesters... Especially if the arms are coming from Qatar, Saudi or the West. Possibly they would have a meeting 'Friends of Bahrain' in Riyadh...

But, since all those are done by Ahl-Khalifa... then it is a case closed.

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I swear, have we all forgotten about our brothers under the oppression of King Hamad.

All the western media and arabic media are talking about Syria and I never saw they talk about Bahrain, like Bahrain story is in another planet !

Last year I was in Amsterdam I saw an egyptian demostrates and Dutch TV was there and different nationalities were there also.

After few month we orgenized demostration for Bahrain brothers and sisters in Den Haag(lahaye)... No Dutch TV was there !! And no different nationalities... Only iraqi people and few pakistani brothers and one jamaican brother !

This is the video I made

Edited by Abo_Al7ur

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and you would notice the sunni/wahabi posters all over Syria threads wont bother posting here. There is a good chapter in Quran regarding Hypocrites.

Hey am here..What's up?

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I am for the Bahraini people, but the leaders they have produced are not worthy to lead them.

America is going to overthrow Hamad soon anyway. They are waiting for the right time, they need stability in Bahrain, with Hamad there, it's a ticking time bomb.

They are looking for a Shia leader that can be their pawn, like they did in Azerbaijan.

The revolutionaries must align themselves with Iran and reject any leader that seeks Western sympathy.

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Bahrain's govt. is barbaric to the point where they tortured Shiite members of the football team for protesting.

Glad Iran destroyed them and prevented them from advancing closer to the WC after the way they treated their own players as well as the Iranian players.

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The reason why the media does not concentrate on Bahrain, is because the revolution is over in Bahrain. Now you just have small protests here and there. Not like before.

No it is because:

1. Bahrain are Shia, and they know if the world media would concentrate on it, they would be doing the same mistake they did in Iran in 1979. It will end Bahrain up as a Islamic Revolution, but it wouldn't be Salafists like the rest of the Arab world. But it will be Shia ruling, and that is bad for their neighbors; Saudi Arabia, and the rest of the Gulf.

2. As usual Shia are oppressed.

3. Majlis al Khalij.

4. Bahrain is an ally to israel/Syria is anti-israel.

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I am for the Bahraini people, but the leaders they have produced are not worthy to lead them.

America is going to overthrow Hamad soon anyway. They are waiting for the right time, they need stability in Bahrain, with Hamad there, it's a ticking time bomb.

They are looking for a Shia leader that can be their pawn, like they did in Azerbaijan.

The revolutionaries must align themselves with Iran and reject any leader that seeks Western sympathy.

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The Bahraini people are intentially being pushed far into destitution so in desperation they pick a kangaroo king of Shia faith bent on slavery to the west.

You are right, their religious leadership should come forward and stop people from willingly going from one kind of slavery into the other.

Edited by Waiting for HIM

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Three members of Wefaq, which dominates Shi'ite politics and has taken almost half the seats in parliament in past elections, recently met a prominent member of the ruling Sunni Al Khalifa family to discuss a way forward after a year of unrest following the bloody breakup of protests at the Pearl Roundabout.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/sns-rt-us-bahrain-oppositionbre82d0v9-20120314,0,238031.story

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Bahrain's opposition is an opposition that seeks power, rather than the ideals of its people.

Bahraini youth should organize and create their own movement and ditch the Western stooges that wish to turn Bahrain into an Anti-Iran proxy for the American regime.

Bahrain can only become truly free once slogans for the downfall of the regime are demanded and the youth go Robespierre on the ruling elite, whilst remaining merciful towards the Sunni fatbellied mustaches who have supported them.

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I am for the Bahraini people, but the leaders they have produced are not worthy to lead them.

America is going to overthrow Hamad soon anyway. They are waiting for the right time, they need stability in Bahrain, with Hamad there, it's a ticking time bomb.

They are looking for a Shia leader that can be their pawn, like they did in Azerbaijan.

The revolutionaries must align themselves with Iran and reject any leader that seeks Western sympathy.

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I agree, a secular, pro-western, anti-Iranian Shia ruler, who will grant the Shia majoroty the freedoms and rights and deny Iran any leverage, will be a dream option for both US as well as Saudis. And the fact is, most of the protestors in Bahrain seem to be more or less satisfied with this outcome.

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The armed Salafis in Syria fighting the Army and blowing stuff up are 'rebels' and 'freedom fighters'. Meanwhile in Bahrain, those asking for the F1 to be cancelled are 'extremists'.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ukpress/article/ALeqM5g2Sj9fZ_Q4lEFZ3FGp7p3U0m2U9Q?docId=N1147991331900599268A

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/formulaone/article-2115783/Bahrain-extremist-group-trying-grand-prix-called-off.html

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They should arm themselves, chant anti-Iran slogans, kill innocent people, welcome deals with Israel....

And then UNSC, AL and Redcross will call them oppressed protesters... Especially if the arms are coming from Qatar, Saudi or the West. Possibly they would have a meeting 'Friends of Bahrain' in Riyadh...

But, since all those are done by Ahl-Khalifa... then it is a case closed.

AGREED

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I am for the Bahraini people, but the leaders they have produced are not worthy to lead them.

America is going to overthrow Hamad soon anyway. They are waiting for the right time, they need stability in Bahrain, with Hamad there, it's a ticking time bomb.

They are looking for a Shia leader that can be their pawn, like they did in Azerbaijan.

The revolutionaries must align themselves with Iran and reject any leader that seeks Western sympathy.

,.

This is doubtful. This is not Azerbaijan.

America's supposed ally, Wahhabidom, would not smile upon a such a U.S. interest in Bahrain.

Three members of Wefaq, which dominates Shi'ite politics and has taken almost half the seats in parliament in past elections, recently met a prominent member of the ruling Sunni Al Khalifa family to discuss a way forward after a year of unrest following the bloody breakup of protests at the Pearl Roundabout.

http://www.chicagotr...,0,238031.story

Likely, God Willing, will show the best result for the people in Bahrain.

Would that there be such an accomodation permitted by Blood el-Harm, Wahhabidom Sa'ud, and by their racist European-American "ally."

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