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"represents a symbol of national unity." Yes, indeed. That must explain why the minority Shi'a Muslim population in Bahrain had their neighborhoods sealed off by military from the rest of the world to prevent them from accessing public squares to peacefully protest or stage activism. And why opposition leaders were arrested and jailed without charge or trial. All peace love and mung beans in Bahrain.



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