- Posted February 15, 2014 by
Foreign hands in Bahrain: The real story
Another crony of Sally is Reem Zain, the once known as Lilian Khalil fake reporter. Reem Zain is supposedly a British national that runs an employment agency in Bahrain. Oddly enough, she is also Iranian, the very country she often accuses of interfering in Bahrain's domestic affairs. Through her employment agency, she tried to bring in people who would help lift her position in the world of politics by being her eyes and ears. When this didn't work, Reem then wrote a book which was promoted as being a true story about the beginning of the February 14, 2011 protests. However, the book was nothing at all about the revolution and was more of a mud slinging tale of nothing but fictitious events. The book was Reem's way to try to discredit another individual. It was full of tall tales of pure libel. Reem also spreads hate and sectarianism throughout Bahrain calling other Bahrainis, and non, traitors simply because they demand their rights. Reem Zain and Gloria Defeo are also often the masterminds behind horrendous campaigns to humiliate anyone who dares to support those seeking their rights. Foul language, homophobic slurs, racist content and a whole plethora of tasteless caricatures filled their past campaigns, campaigns that incited hate, publicly humiliated and even threatened individuals. Another foreign hand in Bahrain.
Then there is Sally from Saar herself. A British national (or is it South African), she claims to have lived in Bahrain since the late 1980s. Following the same tactics as Gloria and Reem, Sally tries her best to discredit any and everyone she can often using rude language, aggressive social media tactics, trolling and full on verbal attacks.
What these three, and the countless others like them, don't understand is that their continued campaigns to incite hate and vigilantism against innocent people makes those people more determined to reach their goals which in turn means the whole of Bahrain remains in turmoil.
When talking about foreign hands in Bahrain, those non-Bahrainis tweeting in support of government-loyal extremism should remember to wipe the crumbs from their own hands before pointing their finger.