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"They plot and plan but ALLAH also plans and ALLAH is the best of Planners." Qur’an VIII – 30

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Showing posts with label Bahrain. Show all posts
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Friday, May 13, 2011

Fascism in the Gulf: Bahrain and the Israeli connection


Lawrence Davidson views the roots of the pro-democracy protests in Bahrain, and argues that the double standards embodied in the US response to the Bahraini regime’s violent suppression of the peaceful protests can be directly linked not only to the desire to control the Gulf’s oil supplies, but also to the fact that the Bahraini ruler is a self-proclaimed ally of Israel.
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Thursday, May 12, 2011

Bahrain and Yaman the two Tel Aviv's stabs in the back of the Jewish Al Saud to start a sunni-shia conflict: Fascism in the Gulf: Bahrain and the Israeli connection

By Lawrence Davidson

12 May 2011

Lawrence Davidson views the roots of the pro-democracy protests in Bahrain, and argues that the double standards embodied in the US response to the Bahraini regime’s violent suppression of the peaceful protests can be directly linked not only to the desire to control the Gulf’s oil supplies, but also to the fact that the Bahraini ruler is a self-proclaimed ally of Israel.

Welcome to Bahrain

If you want to see how an ostensive religious regime can be corrupted into something close to fascism, just take a look at contemporary Bahrain.

In February 2011 there were a series of non-violent demonstrations staged mostly by the small kingdom’s Shi’i majority (approximately 70 per cent  of the country’s Muslim citizens). These were held to protest against the discriminatory practices of the country’s Sunni monarchy.

The protests were soon violently suppressed by the Bahraini army and police, with the help of troops from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Many U.S. officials see the events in Bahrain as part of the chess game with Iran: Robert Naiman

Interview by Kourosh Ziabari / STAFF WRITER
Robert Naiman is Policy Director at Just Foreign Policy. Mr. Naiman edits the Just Foreign Policy daily news summary and writes on U.S. foreign policy at Huffington Post. Naiman has worked as a policy analyst and researcher at the Center for Economic and Policy Research and Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch. He is president of the board of Truthout. He has masters degrees in economics and mathematics from the University of Illinois and has studied and worked in the Middle East.

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