Bahrain royal dictatorship kills democrats


This video says about itself:

“People Are Bleeding in the Streets:” Bahrain Police Wage Brutal Overnight Attack on Hundreds of Pro-Democracy Protesters.

Bahrain: Armed patrols prowled Manana and tanks appeared in the streets for the first time on Thursday after riot police killed four democracy protesters while clearing the capital’s main square with tear gas and clubs: here.

UK to review arms export license to Bahrain after violence against protesters – Al Jazeera: here.

3 thoughts on “Bahrain royal dictatorship kills democrats

  1. Dear Readers,

    Democracy is on the march.

    It started in Tunisia, spread to Egypt, and continues to gain momentum in Iran, Iraq, Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Jordan, Bahrain and even murmurs in Saudi Arabia.

    Overnight, an army of Bahraini forces stormed the rally point where pro-democracy forces gathered. People who want to have a say in their governance were beaten, trampled and even shot dead in the street. The waves of change are in motion, but this struggle will never be easy – and it won’t be over anytime soon.

    As the march continues overseas, Truthout is here to be a US voice for peace and democracy. We reject the corporate empire which plunders the land and oceans, exploits and poisons the people, and controls governments across the globe.

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