Pakistanis starts coming back from Bahrain to Pakistan

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Wednesday, 23 March 2011


Bahrain-ShiasThe popular uprising in Bahrain has compelled the Pakistani citizens to leave the Bahrain as the majority of Pakistani is working in the Bahrain National Guards and other security forces of Bahrain, which were involved in the brutal crackdown against the peaceful pro-democracy protestors.

According to the Shiite News Monitoring desk collected the information that more than 50000 Pakistanis are there from whom maximum are
It may be noted here that the about 11 Bahraini pro-democracy protestors were martyred and more than 1000 injured including two women protestors in the recent crackdown of Bahraini forces and police and Foreign troops led by Saudia and Gulf countries forces.

Pakistani living in Bahrain were facing worst situation in Bahrain now a day’s as the regime of Bahraini rulers Khalifa’s are putting the Pakistani citizens working in the Bahraini National Guards and Other Security forces on the front lines to crush or killed the protestors, which may created anger among the peaceful demonstrators against the Pakistani citizens.

"The Pakistani community has suffered more than any other foreign community," said Fiaz Malik, living in Bahrain, who spearheaded a month-long pro-democracy protest that was quashed on Wednesday by security forces.

"The problem is that Pakistani policemen and Security personnel are put on the front lines" of riot police in clashes with Shiite demonstrators because the Bahraini administration wanted to crush the pro-democracy protestors.

"This is not their (Pakistani citizens in Bahrain security forces) own choice. This is their job. They have to obey orders," he said, acknowledging that many Pakistanis serve in the Bahraini police and Security forces, Ahmed Cheema, 32, said.

Former opposition MP Matar Matar, a Shiite, condemned such attacks on workers, saying he was unable to confirm or deny reports that some Shiite youths had assaulted foreign workers.

"Although we are in the midst of a conflict, that does not mean we abandon our values. We respect foreign communities," said Matar, one of 18 MPs of the Al-Wefaq association to resign last month in protest at the violent repression of protests.

The deteriorating situation in Bahrain has compelled the majority of Pakistani citizens to immediately leave the Bahrain as the regime wanted to use the foreigners to crush the pro-democracy protestors and to strengthen their weaken position.

Conversely, A report published in Daily Dawn, a premier English News Paper of Pakistan said that the Bahraini Royal Family has recruited more than 1000 Pakistani’s for Bahraini National Guards to protect the weaken rule of royal family of Bahrain.

1,000 Pakistanis recruited for Bahrain forces

More than 1,000 Pakistanis have been recruited to serve in the Bahrain National Guards, learnt on Sunday. The recruitment has been made through the military-run Bahria Foundation and Fauji Foundation, which train the selected personnel before sending them to Bahrain.

Sources said that although the recruitment process had started much before the eruption of the current unrest in Bahrain, authorities have been continuing the process. The two organisations have been asked to complete the training process as early as possible.

They said that interviews and tests of thousands of candidates had been conducted by a team comprising Bahraini officials and an American instructor and the recruits are likely to leave the country in a month or so.

Bahria Foundation`s Managing Director Admiral Mehmood A. Khan said the recruitment had nothing to do with the ongoing unrest in Bahrain. “We have been asked to recruit 850 people and 150 to 200 others will be inducted through Fauji Foundation,” he said.

“We have facilitated the recruitment with a view to providing employment to Pakistanis,” he added.

Bahrain

Bahrain has a population of 807,000 people, according to 2010 UN figures. This includes 235,108 foreign expats, according to CIA figures.

About 50 percent of the population is Shia Muslims, while Sunni Muslims and other groups make up the rest.

Shias complain about being subject to unfair laws. There have also been allegations that Salfi-Wahbi rulers have fast-tracked citizenship for some foreigners to change the demographic balance in the country. A close US ally, Bahrain is home to the US navy's fifth fleet.

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It may be noted here that the about 11 Bahraini pro-democracy protestors were martyred and more than 1000 injured including two women protestors in the recent crackdown of Bahraini forces and police and Foreign troops led by Saudia and Gulf countries forces.

Pakistani living in Bahrain were facing worst situation in Bahrain now a day’s as the regime of Bahraini rulers Khalifa’s are putting the Pakistani citizens working in the Bahraini National Guards and Other Security forces on the front lines to crush or killed the protestors, which may created anger among the peaceful demonstrators against the Pakistani citizens.

"The Pakistani community has suffered more than any other foreign community," said Fiaz Malik, living in Bahrain, who spearheaded a month-long pro-democracy protest that was quashed on Wednesday by security forces.

"The problem is that Pakistani policemen and Security personnel are put on the front lines" of riot police in clashes with Shiite demonstrators because the Bahraini administration wanted to crush the pro-democracy protestors.

"This is not their (Pakistani citizens in Bahrain security forces) own choice. This is their job. They have to obey orders," he said, acknowledging that many Pakistanis serve in the Bahraini police and Security forces, Ahmed Cheema, 32, said.

Former opposition MP Matar Matar, a Shiite, condemned such attacks on workers, saying he was unable to confirm or deny reports that some Shiite youths had assaulted foreign workers.

"Although we are in the midst of a conflict, that does not mean we abandon our values. We respect foreign communities," said Matar, one of 18 MPs of the Al-Wefaq association to resign last month in protest at the violent repression of protests.

The deteriorating situation in Bahrain has compelled the majority of Pakistani citizens to immediately leave the Bahrain as the regime wanted to use the foreigners to crush the pro-democracy protestors and to strengthen their weaken position.

Conversely, A report published in Daily Dawn, a premier English News Paper of Pakistan said that the Bahraini Royal Family has recruited more than 1000 Pakistani’s for Bahraini National Guards to protect the weaken rule of royal family of Bahrain.

1,000 Pakistanis recruited for Bahrain forces

More than 1,000 Pakistanis have been recruited to serve in the Bahrain National Guards, learnt on Sunday. The recruitment has been made through the military-run Bahria Foundation and Fauji Foundation, which train the selected personnel before sending them to Bahrain.

Sources said that although the recruitment process had started much before the eruption of the current unrest in Bahrain, authorities have been continuing the process. The two organisations have been asked to complete the training process as early as possible.

They said that interviews and tests of thousands of candidates had been conducted by a team comprising Bahraini officials and an American instructor and the recruits are likely to leave the country in a month or so.

Bahria Foundation`s Managing Director Admiral Mehmood A. Khan said the recruitment had nothing to do with the ongoing unrest in Bahrain. “We have been asked to recruit 850 people and 150 to 200 others will be inducted through Fauji Foundation,” he said.

“We have facilitated the recruitment with a view to providing employment to Pakistanis,” he added.

Bahrain

Bahrain has a population of 807,000 people, according to 2010 UN figures. This includes 235,108 foreign expats, according to CIA figures.

About 50 percent of the population is Shia Muslims, while Sunni Muslims and other groups make up the rest.

Shias complain about being subject to unfair laws. There have also been allegations that Salfi-Wahbi rulers have fast-tracked citizenship for some foreigners to change the demographic balance in the country. A close US ally, Bahrain is home to the US navy's fifth fleet.

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