It is irrelevant if they are Sunni and Shia - They are human beings and they are the victims of a collusion, a connivance between the USA, Nato and Saudi Arabia to turn the Mediterranean into a NATO Lake, a "mare nostrum", and to resist and fight the Iranian Influence in the Middle East.
The Arab League is a collection of puppets that are moved by Saudi and Emirates MONEY ( that comes from oil ! ) ....
Uploaded by NoGreaterHonor on Apr 4, 2011
A very simple question, not only on the issue of Bahrain, but about a deeply rooted struggle that has been going on for hundreds and thousands of years.
I'll leave the rest to you.
Bahrain, a small country in the Persian Gulf, has a population of 1,200,000 including 235,000 non-nationals. What is very obvious with the uprisings in Bahrain is that the large majority of Bahrainis what the Al Khalifa monarchy to end. Unlike other uprisings in countries in the Middle East, Bahrain is quickly being shoved to the side, especially after Saudi and Bahraini forces launched a brutal crackdown with the green light of the USA and the meaningful silence of the international community.
The Al Khalifa monarchy is not representing the majority of Bahraini citizens, thus its request for foreign help is not legitimate and is not short of an invasion.
What the people of Bahrain simply want is a democratic country which represents them. It's not a fight between Sunni and Shia, although some like to think that way...
Bahrain - A simple question