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Hi, I live in Bahrain. The protesters are at fault now because they are using violence and terrorism and attacking police. Its a turn around and the Bahrain govnt and policeforce are much more lenient and basically only use tear gas to clear protesters from blocking the streets and to restore law and order. Remember the media was used as a propaganda campaign by the opposition and a lot of the news was fabrications. Remember that AP has anti-government journalists who blow things out of proportion and Bahrain Human Rights office is an anti-government opposition society. UK and US citizens and foreigners inside Bahrain are against the protests, whereas many UK and US citizens outside Bahrain are with the protests. This is because the true picture of Bahrain was not presented in the news. It was distorted and facts were fabricated due to the biased stance of the news organization and opposition activist/ journalists working in international news organizations in Bahrain. Protests



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