Bahrain gear up Attacks on Shia Muslims

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Thursday, 04 August 2011


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Bahraini citizens say the Saudi-backed Manama regime forces have become increasingly more brutal toward the country's Shia majority in recent weeks.

A number of Bahraini citizens who have fled to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to escape the ongoing violent attacks on peaceful anti-government protesters say the ruling Al Khalifa regime is stepping up pressure against Shia civilians in Bahrain.

They say the Shia Muslims are being harassed and maltreated in Bahrain on the basis of their religion.

The Bahraini citizens in the UAE also accused the Manama regime of banning people from buying goods at Shia-owned stores but claim to be holding national talks for peace.

"Bahrain's military also bans families from buying goods from Shias' shops and forces them to avoid having contacts with Shia families,” the Bahraini woman added.

In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed their military forces in Bahrain to assist the Manama regime in its brutal crackdown on popular anti-government protests in the tiny Persian Gulf sheikdom.

The Al Khalifa regime has also been engaged in arresting rights activists, opposition figures, journalists, former lawmakers, senior clerics, doctors and nurses.

Both the United Nations Human Rights office and Amnesty International have condemned the Bahraini regime's brutal crackdown on and detention of peaceful anti-government protesters.

Bahrainis stage anti-govt. protests

Anti-government protesters have once again flooded the streets in several villages in Bahrain as the Saudi-backed regime forces continue the crackdown on demonstrations.

In the city of Sitra, regime forces opened fire to disperse crowds of peaceful protesters. No casualties have been reported. 

The demonstrators in Diraz, Abu Saiba and Dair chanted anti-government slogans, demanding an end to the Al Khalifa rule. They also called on the Manama regime to free all people in prison. 

Tens of thousands of Bahraini protesters have been holding peaceful anti-government rallies throughout the country since February, demanding an end to the rule of the Al Khalifa family. 

Scores of people have been killed and many more have been arrested and tortured in prisons in a government-sanctioned crackdown on peaceful protests since the beginning of the demonstrations. 

In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed military forces in Bahrain to assist the Bahraini government in its brutal crackdown on popular protests. 

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"Bahraini forces launch violent night raids on the houses of Shia Muslims and beat them severely only because they are Shias," an unnamed Bahraini woman said.

The Bahraini citizens in the UAE also accused the Manama regime of banning people from buying goods at Shia-owned stores but claim to be holding national talks for peace.

"Bahrain's military also bans families from buying goods from Shias' shops and forces them to avoid having contacts with Shia families,” the Bahraini woman added.

In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed their military forces in Bahrain to assist the Manama regime in its brutal crackdown on popular anti-government protests in the tiny Persian Gulf sheikdom.

The Al Khalifa regime has also been engaged in arresting rights activists, opposition figures, journalists, former lawmakers, senior clerics, doctors and nurses.

Both the United Nations Human Rights office and Amnesty International have condemned the Bahraini regime's brutal crackdown on and detention of peaceful anti-government protesters.

Bahrainis stage anti-govt. protests

Anti-government protesters have once again flooded the streets in several villages in Bahrain as the Saudi-backed regime forces continue the crackdown on demonstrations.

In the city of Sitra, regime forces opened fire to disperse crowds of peaceful protesters. No casualties have been reported. 

The demonstrators in Diraz, Abu Saiba and Dair chanted anti-government slogans, demanding an end to the Al Khalifa rule. They also called on the Manama regime to free all people in prison. 

Tens of thousands of Bahraini protesters have been holding peaceful anti-government rallies throughout the country since February, demanding an end to the rule of the Al Khalifa family. 

Scores of people have been killed and many more have been arrested and tortured in prisons in a government-sanctioned crackdown on peaceful protests since the beginning of the demonstrations. 

In mid-March, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates deployed military forces in Bahrain to assist the Bahraini government in its brutal crackdown on popular protests. 

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