Ali Alaswad was elected to Bahrain's parliament in October 2010, but resigned in February 2011 in response to the Governments' crackdown on peaceful democracy protesters. After his home was targeted by security forces, he left Bahrain and now resides in London where he continues his political work to achieve a democratic Bahrain
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Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Bahrain's Government Must Stop Killing Its People, and Listen to Them
When 100,000 or more people take to the streets in protest , governments in most parts of the world would see it as a sign that they need to change course – especially in a country with only about 600,000 citizens.