Voice of a Bahraini Child


” Brutal thing is happening here. Please!!! help  us spread every thing, yesterday a young man was shot in his head and his brain fell out and just few second a go we heard shooting sounds. Please help us spread it in any site, since the 14 February 13 people are killed in a very brutal way, yesterday the city of Sitra was attacked very brutally hundreds of people was injured and no  ambulance was allowed to enter to help the injured people, ambulance cars are stolen and they come and shot people through the ambulance.”
(Anon, 13-year-old girl)

Hoor Hussain, 6, holds a poster with other anti-government protesters at the Pearl roundabout on February 21, 2011 in Manama, Bahrain. Not the child quoted above. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)


16th March 2011, since the Suni (oil controlling) Rulers of Bahrain called in troops from Saudi yesterday in order to brutally clamp down on Shia protesters, violence against protesters has escalated,  it’s estimated over 2000 people have been injured including women and children, the Salmaniya Hospital is besieged with injuries.  Tanks and riot police are preventing people from entering the hospitals and shooting ambulance tires flat. Bahrainis who are not protesting are locking themselves inside out of intense fear, not even leaving to get food, life has come to a terrifying halt and the UK government is urging Britons to flee Bahrain immediately.

News and pictures of firearms indiscriminately firing at innocent civilians are circulating the net, including pictures of a man whose brains were blown out and of a four-month old baby injured and rushed to casualty, see link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgNCrBLr_Jg



2 Responses to “Voice of a Bahraini Child”
  1. Jom Qim says:

    Lets Unite,don’t fuel sectarianism. Bith sides have made mistakes . Forward ever.
    God bless.

  2. Ali says:

    I just wanted to thank you for speaking out on the human rights violations by the despotic regime in Bahrain. Your efforts are really appreaciated to give a voice to the peoples who have no voices, from the very people who need help from whom the world has turned its face away. Thank you!

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