This video says about itself:
Saudi Army in Bahrain! April 2011
All best wishes for all the anti-dictatorship movements in Saudi Arabia, like the women’s campaign for the right to drive cars.
Human rights progress is very much needed in this military ally and oil supplying and weapons buying business partner of the United States, British, etc. establishments.
From Associated Press:
Report: Saudi court sentences Shiite to 15 years prison for demanding troops leave Bahrain
Published January 31, 2014
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia – Saudi state-linked newspapers say a court in the capital Riyadh has sentenced a Saudi Shiite man to 15 years in prison and 70 lashes for protesting and demanding the Sunni-ruled kingdom’s troops leave neighboring Bahrain.
Al-Madina‘s Friday report did not state the specific charge, but Shiite protesters are often given lengthy sentences for sedition.
The newspaper said the man, whose name and age were not released, has the right to appeal the verdict. He was banned from travel abroad for 10 years after his release.
Saudi Arabia sent troops to Bahrain in 2011 to help quell Shiite protests against the island nation’s Sunni monarchy.