BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:50 A.M.) – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sent their troops to the Bahraini capital of Manama, two days ahead of the Al-Khalifa regime’s court ruling against Ayatollah Sheikh ‘Issa Qassem, Al-Manar reported on Friday.

Saudi troops were filmed entering Bahrain through the King Fahd Bridge, which links the two countries together.

The Bahraini regime is worried the court’s verdict issued against Sheikh Qassem will prompt massive demonstrations and a wave of violence.

This is not the first time the Saudi Army has entered Bahrain; they also aided the regime to put down protesters in 2011.

 

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protester
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2017-05-06 12:51

People want democracy in Bahrain. Apparently or Saudi USA don’t care.

Igor
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2017-05-06 15:25
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to contrary, they do not want democracy (US-Jewish style).
Or give me a definition of democracy and show me one single state, which fits your definition.
I can submit 25 definitions of democracy, or more.

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2017-05-10 13:51

f*****g blow king Fadh bridge.
The houses of Saoud and Khalifa shall fall.
Secular democracy for the middle-east! f**k the bigots too! Power to the people!