Bahrain Anti-Government Protests

'Activism' is a funny little thing. A word that by definition means an action to bring a social or political change. However, most define the word as helping the greater good by rebelling against an establishment of some sort. And everyone is aroused by a little rebellion.
The calls for 'Tamarrod' in recent months hoped to mimic the immense support the 'Rebellion' movement received in Egypt, consequently
In reality, Bahrain has an extremely complex political and societal fabric that needs to be understood. The vast spectrum of opinions consequently led to the formation of 21 political societies, all whose voices need to be considered to ensure change by consensus.
A British TV crew were held and questioned at a police station in Bahrain as they filmed ahead of Sunday's Grand Prix. The
Ecclestone said he has sympathy with both sides "I have sympathy with both sides of the argument. I wish they could sort
Protesters near the race circuit have been targeted, human rights activists claim The protests and violence have not a detrimental
Bahrain authorities have launched an investigation into alleged police brutality after officers were secretly filmed beating
Protesters in Bahrain have stepped up their campaign against the country's rulers and moved their demonstrations into the
The body of a man has been found following clashes between protesters and police overnight in Bahrain. The victim had been
When Bahrain erupted in anti-government protests in February, many in the West extolled the positive role played by social