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Press TV News Analysis-Bahrain Uprising

PressTVGlobalNews | February 18, 2011

This edition of Press TV’s News Analysis is discussing the developments in Bahrain. Friday saw the funerals of those killed in that early morning attack on Pearl Square at 3a.m. on Thursday. The day saw those funerals turn into protests while the army stood by and watched. But as those funeral goers walked silently to the mosque for sunset prayers, everything took a violent turn. The army started firing live ammunition on the crowds, from behind. Many were injured, some are feared dead. We have spoken to eyewitnesses who were scared to give us their names. We have spoken to doctors, human rights activists and MPs on the ground and at the hospital. Emotional telephone cries desperately crying for help, in a state of shock. So what does this second violent day in Bahrain mean for the uprising there?

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Anti-government protests continue – February 20, 2011

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  2. why should we nigerian worrid about problem that concern them not, imagine some one will said Arab countries are folish for wasting aminations on themselves why not Isreal. this illitracy instead of sending warnings to other African leaders.


    Comment by SIBU | February 21, 2011

  3. the continuing lakadistical attitude shown by western nation over the plight of pple of bahrain indicate selective demcy


    Comment by abdulrashid | March 21, 2011

    • “Democracy” is a facade. At least in the developed economies. Perhaps Bolivia or Venezuela have real representative government that actually challenges the elite classes and imperial powers.


      Comment by aletho | March 21, 2011

  4. the mute attitude show by torchbearers of democracy over br isan exple of idiologicalbias in an idiological conciousness


    Comment by abdulrashid | March 24, 2011

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