Demonstrators are still taking to the streets in Bahrain
The voices of demonstrators rise daily against the Sud family and Al Khalifa's. The uprising of Al Hijaz extends to the capital Al Riyadh.
In Al Bahrain, there are black rooms to torture the detainees. The opposition launchs a campaign to expose the immoral practices against citizens. Al Saud and Al Khalifa have failed to stop the popular uprising. The voices of demonstrators rise louder everyday calling for freedom and democracy in Nejd and Al Hijaz. The protests are extending from the Eastern region which is witnessing a strong uprising, in spite of suppression. A demonstration of cars in the streets of Al Riyadh called for releasing the detainees in the Eastern region, were poverty prevails, although the region is floating on a sea of oil. The oil is stolen by the princes of Al Saud, who turned the region into a closed military zone without electricity. Wounded people are receiving treatment in hospitals. All means of communication are cut off, preventing the voices of demonstrators from reaching the world.
Al Bahrain is under Saudi bullets and poisonous gas. Houses in all the cities of Bahrain are being stormed and people are savagely detained. The wounded are arrested in hospitals. The British daily paper The Times described how a Bahraini police officer tortured prisoners in secret sites described as black spots.