Bahraini forces severely attack anti-regime protesters, tens injured

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Thursday, 14 March 2013


bahrain forceSaudi-backed forces in Bahrain have used sound bombs and tear gas to disperse crowds of anti-regime protesters.

Police clashed with protesters Thursday in Bahrain. Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds who took

"Bahrain free, free, Peninsula Shield out, out," chanted the demonstrators, who took to the streets in response to calls for rallies by the clandestine cyber radical group The February 14 Revolution Youth Coalition.

The protesters blocked main roads to their villages using large tree trunks, garbage containers and burning tyres, and hurled petrol bombs and stones at police, witnesses said.

According to reports, tens of people injured.

In a statement on Twitter, Bahrain's interior ministry said Thursday that an act of "sabotage" took place on the main Budaiya road which links several villages.

"The road was blocked and a vehicle was set alight," said the ministry.

Home to the US Fifth Fleet, Bahrain has continued to witness sporadic demonstrations since the Gulf force arrived, now mostly outside the capital.

No breakthrough has yet emerged from talks between the opposition and the government that began last month continues.

"> to the streets across several Shiite villages chanting: "No, no Saudi occupier" and "Down (King) Hamad," the witnesses said.

"Bahrain free, free, Peninsula Shield out, out," chanted the demonstrators, who took to the streets in response to calls for rallies by the clandestine cyber radical group The February 14 Revolution Youth Coalition.

The protesters blocked main roads to their villages using large tree trunks, garbage containers and burning tyres, and hurled petrol bombs and stones at police, witnesses said.

According to reports, tens of people injured.

In a statement on Twitter, Bahrain's interior ministry said Thursday that an act of "sabotage" took place on the main Budaiya road which links several villages.

"The road was blocked and a vehicle was set alight," said the ministry.

Home to the US Fifth Fleet, Bahrain has continued to witness sporadic demonstrations since the Gulf force arrived, now mostly outside the capital.

No breakthrough has yet emerged from talks between the opposition and the government that began last month continues.

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