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Bahrain Regime Arrests Four US journalists in Bahrain

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posted on Feb, 16 2016 @ 02:44 AM
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Four US journalists have been arrested in Bahrain, accused of entering the country illegally, joining protests and lying to border staff. Bahraini police said on Monday that they had detained four "foreign nationals", while the US State Department said it was aware of reports that US citizens had been arrested in the Gulf nation.





Bahrain Regime Arrests Four US journalists in Bahrain

This is coming from the same Bahrain Regime Saudi puppet state that it wants to its send own troops to Syria. Yet they have far grimy outlook affairs at home.

The Bahrain Regime in 2011/2012 has arrested doctors and protesters and had a major crackdown agaisnt protesters with Saudi backed mercenaries.


Now they expect the westerns to believe them that they are going to send troops to Syria to fight ISIS? even after they arrested Four US journalists for talking about the protests and how they are treating the Shia community?

Bahrain says ready to commit ground forces to Syria

Like their masters the Saudis they have no interests in fighting ISIS they would rather fight Assad and Russia, But it wont be long before a new protests start in Bahrain.

Bahrain is a puppet state, they do not care about Syrians nor their own, will post more if i have find more news.
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posted on Feb, 16 2016 @ 06:51 AM
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originally posted by: TaleDawn




Four US journalists have been arrested in Bahrain, accused of entering the country illegally, joining protests and lying to border staff. Bahraini police said on Monday that they had detained four "foreign nationals", while the US State Department said it was aware of reports that US citizens had been arrested in the Gulf nation.





Bahrain Regime Arrests Four US journalists in Bahrain

This is coming from the same Bahrain Regime Saudi puppet state that it wants to its send own troops to Syria. Yet they have far grimy outlook affairs at home.

The Bahrain Regime in 2011/2012 has arrested doctors and protesters and had a major crackdown agaisnt protesters with Saudi backed mercenaries.


Now they expect the westerns to believe them that they are going to send troops to Syria to fight ISIS? even after they arrested Four US journalists for talking about the protests and how they are treating the Shia community?

Bahrain says ready to commit ground forces to Syria

Like their masters the Saudis they have no interests in fighting ISIS they would rather fight Assad and Russia, But it wont be long before a new protests start in Bahrain.

Bahrain is a puppet state, they do not care about Syrians nor their own, will post more if i have find more news.


If the article is accurate, then they were not arrested for just speaking out against the treatment of Shia's they were arrested for providing false information to enter their country, which even in the United States is an offense that they would detain for.

Helps to have ALL the info that AlJazeera put out on it.



posted on Feb, 16 2016 @ 08:30 AM
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a reply to: annalisa2016

The problem is that there were also journalists from CNN whom were arrested. You cant trust a Saudi regime puppet state that has arrested doctors and protesters.



posted on Feb, 17 2016 @ 05:31 PM
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originally posted by: TaleDawn
a reply to: annalisa2016

The problem is that there were also journalists from CNN whom were arrested. You cant trust a Saudi regime puppet state that has arrested doctors and protesters.


The article does not talk about CNN reporters or Saudi Arabia at all, even reporters, and I know this all too well, need to follow the rules in host nations



posted on Feb, 17 2016 @ 11:14 PM
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Which has what to do with this particular case?



posted on Feb, 18 2016 @ 04:56 PM
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a reply to: annalisa2016

So basically your defending a regime state then?



posted on Feb, 20 2016 @ 12:04 AM
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originally posted by: TaleDawn
a reply to: annalisa2016

So basically your defending a regime state then?


Not in the least, let me put it a way you may understand since you seem stuck on "just because it's them they can't do this"

You are a tourist, you have just entered the United States, and you tell ICE that you are here to see the sights, and they give you a 1 month visa to do so. They check and all seems in order so they stamp your visa and send you on your way. A week later you start getting involved in protests against something and get arrested, at that time they find out that you falsified information to get into the United States and are now being looked at for not only breaking the laws of the land that you agreed to upon entering, but also that you lied to get in under false pretenses.

What do you think the United States government will do to your rear end? Throw you in jail pending either a) a trial for the lawbreaking or b) deportation at their discretion.

The same goes for every sovereign nation on the planet, you enter their territory you are doing so stating you will follow their laws and you are also stating you are not doing it under false pretenses, it doesn't matter if it's Russia, Communist China, North Korea, Japan, Australia, or even La La Land, you enter, you follow their rules like them or not, or suffer said consequences.

This should not be too hard to understand, it has nothing to do with who runs the regime in power or who is funding said regime or who is even banging the head of the regime, it's following the laws of the host nation plain and simple. We do not have the right to tell another country how to handle their visitors, no matter if we agree with them or not.



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