This video from the USA says about itself:
U.S. Defends Bahrain Dictatorship. TheRealNews
Paul Jay said “On Monday February 14th, approximately a thousand Saudi soldiers in armored vehicles entered Bahrain”; however Saudi Arabia entered Bahrain on March 14th.
From Scotland on Sunday:
Bahrain: Women dies following anti-government clash
Published Date: 17 July 2011
A WOMAN died following clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters in the Gulf kingdom of Bahrain, a rights campaigner claimed yesterday.
Nabeel Rajab, president of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights, said 47-year-old Zainab Hasan Ahmed al-Jumaa suffocated after inhaling tear gas fired by riot police at demonstrators in her home town of Sitra last Friday.
Sitra is the center of the oil industry in Bahrain.
Her death brings to 33 the number of people killed since February, when Bahrain‘s Shia majority started to agitate for greater freedoms in the kingdom ruled by Sunni monarch Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa.
Bahrain‘s interior ministry denied al-Jumaa’s death was linked to a police operation and said in a statement posted on its website that she had died of natural causes.
Meanwhile, a 20-year-old Bahraini poet, Ayat al-Qurmezi, sentenced to a year in prison said yesterday she had been released but banned from travel, and vowed to continue voicing demands for democratic reforms to the Gulf island kingdom’s constitutional monarchy.
That Ayat al-Qurmezi, though unjustly arrested, tortured, and sentenced to a year in prison, is free … err, sort of free now, is a consequence of the campaign on her behalf in Bahrain and abroad. It shows that tyranny is not invincible, may be forced into retreating sometimes; and that the struggle by Ayat al-Qurmezi and others for real democracy to replace the dictatorship may win.
Bahrain: Systematic Attacks on Medical Providers: here.
Bahrain: 2 Filipinos working for Al Khalifa royal family not been paid in 13 months: here.