This is happening in Bahrain now and in full view of everyone, therefore the parties that are trying to harm Bahrain have been unveiled together with their misleading slogans which were raised at the beginning of the protests.
In fact, many thanks should go to the police forces for their efforts to protect our country and ensure people’s security by enforcing the law and preventing the evil attempts to jeopardize the stability of Bahrain.
We have all seen how tough the British government has dealt with the rioters recently and how determined it is to restore peace and order and severely punish those who might think of spreading the culture of violence.
The British government has even threatened to take away benefits from convicted rioters and looters simply because they have harmed the country and therefore do not deserve them.
There are groups in Bahrain that spare no effort to harm Bahrain and its regime and to exclude the other society components. Yet, they shamelessly claim that they love Bahrain and want reforms. Is that not a contradiction? Doesn’t such behaviour reveal their evil intentions?
Anyone who attempts to make the world believe that Bahrain has achieved no progress in democracy and human rights is simply an ungrateful liar. And if this was true, one may wonder why different opposition groups in Bahrain, including the chief instigators, vehemently participated in the last two election rounds and why they entered the parliament they keep criticizing.
We may also wonder why they are struggling to get benefits and trying to amend the constituencies which pave the way for the parliamentary elections if not in order to get seats there.
All this refutes the alleged claims on the absence of reforms in Bahrain and shows that they are but mere lies whose purpose is nothing but the distortion of the image of Bahrain abroad.
It is surprising how the Western media easily believe what these groups claim. It is may be because they call themselves opposition despite that their parties could hardly have ten members.
As for those who mislead people in social networks or aboard , they should be courageous at least while addressing the West , which they keep begging for sympathy and support , and honestly deal with the real terrorism which is taking place on earth.
Why don’t these people tell the world what they think about using Molotov cocktails, blocking streets and disturbing people’s peace and security? Can they explain to the world how protests can be considered peaceful when protesters use Molotov cocktails and target police forces?
I would like to ask protesters who took down to the streets in Bahrain in the last two days the following questions:” Where are the flowers you offered policemen before?” “ Are you out of stock now or are the people who provided you with flowers before busy trying to prove your loyalty to the country and improve your image in the eyes of the regime?” “ Do your flowers disappear in the absence of cameras and the media?
What happened in the last two days in Bahrain must have been documented. Therefore, we renew our call to the honourable citizens of Bahrain to report all these events to the fact-finding committee. Obviously, the return of blatant unmasked terrorism prove that there are groups that don’t care about the welfare of Bahrain and that will go further in their attempts to harm and sabotage the country.
As a matter of fact, these groups do not bother to see Bahrain and its economy harmed and overlook the fact that such damage is the outcome of the wicked and negative manipulation of the Bahraini people by groups like them.
The truth is that what all these groups really want is to overthrow the regime, seize power and control the riches of the country. So, they will never be satisfied by getting benefits or being nicely treated by the authorities just because of the people who urge them, and who, strangely enough, benefited most from the regime’s openness and reforms. Unfortunately, instead
of acknowledging this they continue denying that any positive reforms or achievements have been realized\