Bahrain pro-democracy fight continues


This video is called Saudi Arabia and Western Hypocrisy.

A video from Bahrain used to say about itself:

Qatari forces filmed having just crossed the causeway into Bahrain, via Saudi Arabia. Saudi forces have also crossed the causeway several times in the past ten days.

These brutal and repressive regimes tend to stick together.

The United Nations warned today of “shocking and illegal” abuses in Bahrain where the US-backed Khalifa regime is waging a bloody crackdown on democracy protesters with help from Saudi Arabian and United Arab Emirates troops.

Amnesty International Report Finds “Disturbing, Damning Evidence” of Bahrain’s Excessive Force Against Peaceful Protesters: here.

Bahrain expelled CNN correspondent Mohammed Jamjoom. Guess they don’t want him reporting on the crackdown: here.

Bahrain: takeover of hospitals ‘violation of international law’: here.

Britain: Campaigners called on the government to end arms sales to Middle East regimes after new evidence emerged today of British weapons being used to suppress democratic protests in Bahrain: here.

The Guggenheim’s Abu Dhabi outpost faces a boycott from a group of 130 international artists, curators and writers who say they will refuse to cooperate on the project until working conditions for labourers building the $800m museum are improved: here

Check out the artists’ petition announcing the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi boycott: here.

‘Dozens injured’ in renewed Yemen protests: here.

BP: Libya state oil contract still valid: here.

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