WHERE ARE THE ADVOCATES OF HUMAN RIGHTS, DEMOCRICIES, EQUALITY AND JUSTICES. WHAT THEY ARE DOING , IF ANY.
I WONDER WHY THE MATTER OF THESE FIVE MONARCHIES IS NOT BEEN TAKEN WITH THE ITERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE .
NOT SURE THAT U.S. DOMINATED INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE AT HAUGE WILL BE ABLE TO GIVE JUSTICE, BUT IT MUST BE TRIED ONCE .AND THEN IF EVERYTHING FAILS , A JOINT UNITED STRUGGLE MUST BE STARTED .
I WANT THAT THE HARMAIN – SHARIFAIN SHOULD WITHIN A YEAR GET A VATICAN LIKE INDEPENDENT STATUS WITHOUT ANY INTERFERENCE FROM THE SAUDI ROYALITY .SET UP OF AN ELECTION COMMISSION AND A FAIR AND FREE ELECTION SHOULD FOLLOW THIS PROPOSAL OR START A WORLD WIDE PROTEST AND STRUGGLE .
ZAHEER HUSAIN KHAN.
On Wed, 1/10/14, syed-mohsin naquvi email@example.com [Fourteenstars] wrote:
Subject: [Fourteenstars] Fw: THE FIVE MONARCHIES OF THE MIDDLE EAST
Date: Wednesday, 1 October, 2014, 8:48 PM
On Wednesday, October 1, 2014 11:17 AM, syed-mohsin naquvi wrote:
Bahrain has been a true standout in its brutal crackdown against pro-democracy activists and reformers who
hope to see the unchecked powers of the al-Khalifa royal family restrained. For its part, the regime has hidden
nothing. Their brazen oppression is very much out in the open for its Western allies to witness: torture, show
trials, arbitrary detentions, revocation of citizenship, deportations and media blackouts. All are daily occurrences and come in the backdrop of longstanding socioeconomic and political disenfranchisement. Two of the country’s most prominent human rights defenders are Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja,the (imprisoned) co-founder of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights and Nabeel Rajab,its current president. Rajab succinctly contextualize Bahrain’s political crisis:”The ruling family is Sunni. The ruling family is repressive. It’s true that the majority of protesters are Shia, because the majority oF the population is Shia, but we are not against the
family’s religion – we are against their policies, attitude and behavior. The ruling family tries to present it
as a Shia-Sunni issue, but we are not against the Sunni people.I come from a mixed family and our revolt is against the ruling family that wants to keep all the power. We are struggling to share this power. Seventy percent of our government is from one family, we have had the same prime minister for more than 40 years. This system can’t continue. It is time for democracy, justice and human rights. We are a civilized,educated nation. But unfortunately we happen to be ruled by a tribe.”Saudi Arabia and Qatar must be mentioned in tandem. The two rival families – al-Saud and al-Thanirespectively – have long vied for power and influence in the Middle East. Initially it was through the dueling television stations Al Arabiya and Al-Jazeera. ………………………. To read the fullarticle, go to Attack of the Five Monarchies Attack
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