This video is called 1000 Saudi troops have entered Bahrain 14.03.2011.
Another video, now removed from YouTube (why?), from Bahrain says about itself:
First video to emerge of Saudi Army quashing protesters. US gave the green light for this to happen.
A senior diplomat in a western mission to the UN in New York, who I have known over ten years and trust, has told me for sure that Hillary Clinton agreed to the cross-border use of troops to crush democracy in the Gulf, as a quid pro quo for the Arab League calling for Western intervention in Libya: here.
No to Saudi invasion of Bahrain: here.
Video: Protest in front of Saudi Embassy in Manama today, against Saudi troop deployment in Bahrain: here.
Violent clashes in Bahrain: here.
How the Tiny Kingdom of Bahrain Strong-Armed the President of the United States. Nick Turse, TomDispatch: “The unmistakable crack-crack-crack of gunfire then erupted, and most of the men scattered. Most, but not all. Video footage shows three who never made it off the blacktop. One in an aqua shirt and dark track pants was unmistakably shot in the head. In the time it takes for the camera to pan from his body to the armored vehicles and back, he’s visibly lost a large amount of blood. Human Rights Watch would later report that Redha Bu Hameed died of a gunshot wound to the head”: here.
“Bahrain is No Longer An Independent Country,” Pro-democracy Protests To Continue As Saudi Troops Arrive: here.
Armed Yemeni police raided a flat shared by four Western journalists on Monday and deported them because of their coverage of the growing uprising against US-backed President Ali Abdullah Saleh: here.
Egypt’s interior minister dissolves hated internal security agency, blamed for human rights abuses: here.
The International Trade Union Confederation announced the imminent opening of an ITUC office in Egypt on Monday at the start of a two-day seminar in Cairo organised with the country’s new independent trade union federation: here.
Egypt: women in the revolution: here.
Foreign ministers from the Group of Eight (G8) rich states rejected British and French calls for military intervention in Libya at a meeting in Paris today: here.
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