via Bahrainonline.org If this is the whole Bahraini thing, it's hardly a revolution. It's a start, however.
Security forces used birdshot pellets, rubber bullets, and tear gas as well as live ammunition against the civilian protestors….Attacks against protesters continued after authorities formally lifted the “state of national safety.” i don’t know what to say about the the “Courts of National Safety, Human Rights Watch documented restrictions on provision of emergency care at temporary health posts, sieges at hospitals and clinics by security forces, arrests and beatings of people with protest-related injuries, and arrests of doctors and other health care staff who had criticized these actions. However all these can be changed..in peaceful manner…..need some patience
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