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Just a small point - though maybe not so very small but please be aware that the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights is an opposition political society in Bahrain. Also that very many Shia do not support the protests, a lot of which have been far from peaceful attacks carried by yobs egged on by "leaders" whose motives are not perhaps quite as portrayed. The regime has plenty of faults and is, belatedly, trying to improve matters. It is one of the most liberal in the region and certainly more so than a few other F1 host nations elsewhere, both now and in the past.

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