This video from the USA says about itself:
As the brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters continues in the Gulf state of Bahrain, Democracy Now! interviews Human Rights Watch researcher, Faraz Sanei, who just spent six weeks in Bahrain. “We are seeing a full-scale crackdown on any sort of dissent in the country,” Sanei says. “We are seeing a slide into a police state and dictatorship in Bahrain.”
The British Medical Association (BMA) yesterday condemned as ‘unacceptable’ the terrorising and detention of doctors in Bahrain by the feudal regime that is armed and supported by the UK: here.
Human rights groups concerned over Bahrain crackdown: here.
Amnesty report damns Egypt security abuses of civilians ‘for years’ before revolution, accuses army of ongoing abuse: here.
Noam Chomsky: “The democracy uprising in the Arab world has been a spectacular display of courage, dedication, and commitment by popular forces – coinciding, fortuitously, with a remarkable uprising of tens of thousands in support of working people and democracy in Madison, Wisconsin, and other U.S. cities. If the trajectories of revolt in Cairo and Madison intersected, however, they were headed in opposite directions: in Cairo toward gaining elementary rights denied by the dictatorship, in Madison towards defending rights that had been won in long and hard struggles and are now under severe attack. Each is a microcosm of tendencies in global society, following varied courses”: here.