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Bahrain’s movement alive regardless of media neglect | Waging Nonviolence

Mohamed Ali Alhaiki’s symbolic action, which was filmed and posted on YouTube, will be remembered by hundreds of thousands of Bahrainis who have participated in pro-democracy protests since February 14th. They will remember this like they remember Ali Jawad Al-Sheikh, the 14-year-old boy who was killed a few days earlier on the morning of Eid—one of two days of celebration for Muslims—while he was participating with his friends in pro-democracy protest in his village.

Although protests have continued on the streets of Bahrain every day since the Saudi-led crackdown on Pearl Roundabout last March, there has been very little coverage of the Bahraini movement in the international media.

Read more here: Bahrain’s movement alive regardless of media neglect / Waging Nonviolence – People-Powered News and Analysis.

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