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    Posted February 17, 2011 by
    Bahrainia
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    Isa Town, Bahrain
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    Pro Government Rallies Across Bahrain

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Bahrainia believes in the government of Bahrain. 'Antigovernment protesters chose the day of the national action charter to protest. We call February 14th the day of joy and they labeled it as day of rage. After two days of watching one-sided biased media the citizens decided to organize this pro-government rally and the news of it spread by short and blackberry messages. There was a huge turnout of men women and children. It first started with a walk and then continued in cars. Slogans shouted included, "Long live bu salman," (king hamad), "Long live bu ali," (prince khalifa) and, "Long live bu isa," (prince salman). Other slogans included, "We don't want anyone other than AlKhalifa." It was really awe inspiring and made me really proud to be do something patriotic in response to all the acts of sabotage and vandalism I saw in my country.'
    - nancyt3, CNN iReport producer

    Thousands of Bahraini Loyal Citizens took to the streets in various areas of the country including Muharaq and Isa Town to take part in a sign of Solidarity with the Country's Leadership.

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