Bahraini on Syrian war threat

This video from London, England is Part 1 of a series about the demonstration there against war on Syria, Saturday, 31 August 2013.

And here are videos #2 and 3 of that series.

From a report on the demonstration against war on Syria in London, England, last Saturday, interviewing one of the participants:

Sayed from Bahrain said, “I’m here as a Bahraini citizen in solidarity with the campaign against war in Syria. Our region has had enough of wars in Iraq and Bahrain and the Saudi occupation of Bahrain.

“We know what it means to have a military attack on a country that will lead to more problems and more crises. I’m campaigning against all wars in the Middle East. Our calls for freedom and justice in Bahrain have been totally ignored. The US and the UK have always supported these dictators—giving them the political coverage they need and supplying the weapons and training they require.

“The crackdown is not only by the Bahraini regime but by their allies.

Syria has the potential for a third world war as there are big players; Russia and China on one side and the Western allies on the other. This is something that is very critical. Syria could be the spark of a serious war.”

Is Bahrain’s Fate Tied to Syrian War? Here.

47 Countries Sign Bahrain Statement at U.N. Human Rights Council: here.

Australia: Thousands demonstrate against war on Syria: here.

Demonstrations in Germany against Syria war drive: here.

Syria intervention plan fueled by oil interests, not chemical weapon concern. Massacres of civilians are being exploited for narrow geopolitical competition to control Mideast oil, gas pipelines: here.

In rush to strike Syria, U.S. tried to derail U.N. probe: here.

Does Obama know he’s fighting on al-Qa’ida’s side? Here.

An attack on Syria will only spread the war and killing: here.

Only a peace conference, not air strikes, can stop further bloodshed: here.

11 thoughts on “Bahraini on Syrian war threat

  1. Yes, because the war Assad is currently waging on his own people is not “serious” at all. It’s a bit racist, really, to pretend that an Arab from on Arab country speaks for all Arabs in every other Arab country.


    • How about the war which not just government troops, but certainly also anti-government fighters, Syrian and foreign, wage on the Syrian people?

      Including cannibalism and incitement of his fighters to cannibalism of non-Sunni Muslims by, mind you, a commander not of the Al-Qaeda tendency among anti-government fighters, but a commander of the “moderate” tendency:

      I never said, as you know well, that this one Bahraini interviewed in London spoke for all Arabs in all countries.

      Quite the contrary. He certainly did not speak for the dictators of Saudi Arabia, Qatar etc. who want even bloodier war for regime change.

      So does the Bahraini dictatorship. Including a royal prince who tortures Bahraini Olympic and Paralympic athletes himself, not leaving that to his princely underlings. That torture prince sheds crocodile tears about poor Syrians.

      That prince, though, is a welcome guest in David Cameron’s Britain. Like British businessmen exporting poison gas chemicals to Syria are privileged citizens, as reported today.

      Also in Bahrain, fanatical Sunni Muslim youths, a prop for the royal dictatorship, are recruited as cannon fodder for “jihad” in Syria; as this blog has pointed out:

      The Bahraini who was interviewed in London of course also did not speak for them.


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