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Bahrain: the silenced revolt

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Box 1: Who has heard anything concrete about the protests in Bahrain? Very few people, no doubt. Not because it is a small country, but because in the contemporary world, what doesn't appear in the media virtually does not exist.

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Map of Bahrain, by Wikipedia

The same media which is exacerbating what is occurring in Syria is silent when it comes to passing judgment on allies of the United States. In this case, the ally being the monarchy of King Al Khalifa.

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The End of the World makes strange bedfellows. &n... by GLloyd Rowsey on Monday, Apr 16, 2012 at 1:12:24 PM