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Bahrain arrests bombing suspects, blames Hezbollah     Reuters
1. european union
Just wondering when the EU will take action and call Hezbollah a terrorist organization
realvision ,   us   (11.07.12)
2. #1 depends on Obama
In Syria, the West and Arabs arm and support "freedom fighters" they say represent the Sunni majority because they want to weaken Iran and control the oil. In Bahrain, the West and Arabs arm and support government forces who butcher "terrorists" who represent the Shi'ite majority because they want to weaken Iran and control the oil. Hezbolla will be declared a terrorist organization the day it is politically expedient for Obama.
israel israeli ,   tel aviv   (11.07.12)
3. Total bull.
Hamad and his autocratic regime have been molesting and abusing the majority population for decades, and especially in the past year and a half. Though the maltreatment is mild compared to, say, Syria, it is outrageous that 70% of Bahrainis are made to feel like second- and even third-class citizens in their own country AND are violently and sadistically prevented from voicing their discontent in any way. I highly doubt 7izballah did this but regardless of who's behind the bombings, the Khalife regime will have to learn sooner or later: You can only push your luck so far. #1010T10
Michael Steiner ,   Bahrain   (11.07.12)
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