Xαμός στην Μ Ανατολή

Xαμός στην Μ Ανατολή

Μερικές εκατοντάδες μόνο διαδηλωτές στην Σ Αραβία ήταν αρκετοί για να γίνουν είδηση. Η πρώτη συγκέντρωση με πολιτικα και κοινωνικα αιτήματα από ιδρύσεως του κράτους..
 http://www.presstv.ir/detail/168180.html  Hundreds of Saudis have taken to the streets in the eastern province of al-Ahsa, demanding the immediate release of a senior Shia cleric. The peaceful protest rally, which condemned the Saudi government's detention of Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amer, was held in al-Hufuf district following the Friday Prayers. The Shia cleric was arrested last Friday after a sermon in which he said Saudi Arabia should become a constitutional monarchy. Sheikh Tawfiq al-Amer has been arrested several times over his calls for giving Shias, a minority in Saudi Arabia, further freedom to exercise their religious rights. The Friday protest came one day after similar demonstrations in the province. On Thursday, hundreds of protesters in the cities of Qatif and Awamiyya took to the streets and called for the release of Shia prisoners, who they say are being held unjustly, some as long as 16 years. "We want the prisoners free but we also have other demands. We want equality," a protester in Qatif said.
Saudi authorities arrested 22 people for taking part in the protest in Qatif. The latest protest comes against the backdrop of growing calls for a massive anti-government protest expected later in March. Tens of thousands of Saudis have already joined the drive.   
Στο Μπαχρεην χιλιάδες λαου στους δρόμους συνεχιζουν να ζητουν νεο σύνταγμα και παράιτηση της κυβέρνησης. Βεβαίως τα δυτικά ΜΜΕ στην πλειοψηφία τους αποσιωπούν την εξέγερση στο Μπαχρεην.. (ανηλειμένες υποχρεώσεις βλέπεις...)
 http://www.presstv.ir/detail/168196.html Tens of thousands of Bahraini protesters have gathered outside government headquarters in the capital, escalating pressure on the ruling family to accept political reforms.An estimated 100,000 demonstrators poured into the capital's financial district after the Friday Prayers, staging the largest demonstration since anti-government protests erupted in the kingdom almost three weeks ago. Columns of protesters that stretched for one kilometer blocked Manama's main highway. Protesters then marched towards Pearl Square, the epicenter of the movement demanding the government to step down. The protest rally came one day after six Bahraini opposition groups, including the Shia al-Wefaq, laid out their conditions for entering talks with the Crown Prince. The government "should announce that it has accepted four principles in the opening of the dialogue before going into the details," the groups' spokesman told reporters. According to the spokesman, the conditions include the "abolition of the 2002 constitution" and the "election of a constitutional assembly for drafting a new basic law." Bahrainis should also have the right to "elect a parliament with full legislative powers" and "to elect their government." The last condition is to "guarantee the outcomes of the dialogue are applied and respected."
Στην Ιορδανία τα ίδια , διαδηλώσεις που ζητάνε την κατοχείρωση συντάγματος. (πρωτακουστα πράγματα για τους στενους συναιτερους του ΝΑΤΟ ..)
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/168169.htmlThousands of Jordanians have taken to the streets of the capital, Amman, after Prime Minister Maaruf Bakhit rejected calls for a constitutional monarchy.Inspired by the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, Jordanians have been holding protest rallies for the past two months, demanding political reforms, including a constitutional monarchy. Protesters want King Abdullah to relinquish some of his powers, including the right to appoint prime ministers. On Thursday, Bakhit told lawmakers that the constitutional monarchy would unbalance Jordan's political system and violate the constitution. "The people want regime reform. Reform is a popular demand. We want a new electoral law," protesters chanted on Friday. "Down with the bullying policy" and "Together let's dissolve parliament," read some pf the banners held by protesters.
 
ΥΕΜΕΝΗ .. μια απο τα ίδια , χαμός στο ίσωμα .. με ρουκέτες το καθεστώς αντμετωπίζει τους διαδηλώτές .. (βεβαίως πάλι για τα περισότερα δυτικά ΜΜΕ η Υεμενη δεν υπάρχει στο χάρτη... )
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/168211.html  Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have poured into the streets in main cities across Yemen, demanding President Ali Abdullah Saleh's ouster.In the capital, nearly 50,000 protesters gathered outside Sana'a University for the 16th consecutive day after the Friday Prayers, calling for an end to Saleh's 32-year rule. Anti-Saleh protesters have been camped in the area since February 20. Similar protest rallies were held in the southern port city of Aden, where protesters poured into the streets after mourning two anti-government protesters, who were killed after security forces opened fire on demonstrators. Mass anti-government protest rallies were also reported in the provinces of Amran, al-Hodayda, al-Bayda, Taiz, al-Dhalee, Lahj, Abyan and Hadramout. Elsewhere in Yemen, at least five people have been injured after forces loyal to President Saleh armed with batons, knives and guns attacked a peaceful anti-government protest rally in al-Baeda. A child is among the injured.

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