Gulf troops enter protest-hit Bahrain

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Saudi Arabia sent troops into Bahrain on Monday to help put down weeks of protests by the Shi'ite Muslim majority

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Posted by: Behrooz

Using (foreign) military forces to respond to civilians protests? I don't think this could be any thing that any ruler can be proud of.
I am sorry for the island rulers. I am sorry for Saudi Arabia (and UAE) to join killing civilians. But I am more feeling sorry for the poor people of Bahrain.
Rest assure that the history is not blind.

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