April 1, 2011.
To all the peace loving people,
1) This demonstration is against Saudi Arabia’s Invasion of Bahrain. We demand a complete withdrawal of Saudi occupation forces from the sovereign land of Bahrain.
Dr. Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Saudi Invasion, and brutal attack on medical staff in Bahrain:
“This is shocking and illegal conduct. Police and armed forces must immediately leave health-care facilities and cease their harassment and intimidation of health professionals.”
Ms. Pillay noted with concern that the King of Bahrain on Tuesday declared a three-month state of emergency. She reminded the authorities that fundamental rights, such as the rights to life, and to be secure from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, cannot be derogated, even in a public emergency.
2) We demand practical condemnation of Saudi Invasion, and brutalities in Bahrain. In this regard we are thankful to the following organizations/people for raising their voice against Bahrain government/Saudi Army atrocities:
Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General
Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
Joe Stork, Deputy Middle East Director at Human Rights Watch
Nabeel Rajab, President of Bahrain Center for Human Rights
Valerie Amos, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs
Human Rights Watch
Reporters without Borders
Mr. Joe Stork, deputy Middle East Director at Human Rights Watch:
“Bahraini security forces have frequently shown a reckless disregard for human life during crackdowns on protesters. Firing birdshot pellets at close range is not crowd control – it can be murder.”
3) In the end, another point worth mentioning is the double-standard Saudi character. On one hand, Saudi Arabia claims to fight terrorism, and in reality Saudi is the biggest financier of terrorists (oppressors) all over the world. Here's why we can never trust Saudi Arabia. Below are only few events justifying our case:
A) Tunisian dictator's escape to Saudi after revolution.
B) Saudi Arabia's continuous support for Egypt's dictator Hosni Mubarak when the whole world was condemning him.
C) Quoting earlier yahoo article by Mr. Joseph Gonzales:
-The Saudi National Guard bombing in November 1995, which killed five Americans. All four of the men convicted and executed for the bombing were Saudis.
-The Khobar Towers bombing in June 1996, which killed 19 Americans. Of the 14 men indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice for that bombing, 13 were Saudi Arabian, including all five of the men who drove and detonated the truck bomb on the day of the attack.
-The Nairobi embassy bombing in August 1998, which killed 12 Americans. Both of the men who drove and detonated the truck bomb were Saudis.
-The USS Cole bombing in October 2000, which killed 17 Americans. According to both the Prime Minister of Yemen and a well-known former Al Qaeda operative, both of the men who drove and detonated the explosives-laden boat used in that attack were Saudis.
-The Riyadh residential compound bombings in May 2003, which killed nine Americans. All nine of the suicide bombers killed in the attacks were Saudis.
-The Mosul mess tent bombing in December 2004, which killed 18 Americans. The lone suicide bomber responsible was identified in numerous press reports as a foreign insurgent from Saudi Arabia.
D) Saudi Arabia was the 1st government to recognize the illegitimate Taliban Terrorist government in Afghanistan.
E) The international aid given to Saudi Arabia to fight the terrorists is in reality passed on to Al-Qaeda/Taliban terrorists to fight NATO forces by Saudis.
F) Latest reports prove that Bahraini/Saudi forces are recruiting Al-Qaeda Terrorists from Pakistan to crush the Bahrain revolution.
In short, the peaceful international community demands "SAUDI TROOPS TO LEAVE BAHRAIN AT ONCE!" or get ready for the consequences.
Peace loving people of Bahrain.