Saturday, September 8, 2012

A flashback at Bahrain's history

1. Some people have mocked a government's official when she stated that Shiites are the richest in Bahrain

2. Definitely most of the richest & the poorest will be from the native majority of Bahrain’s people

3. If AlKhalifa & the Brits haven’t forcefully taken agricultural lands from native Bahrainis, villagers would’ve been richer than others

4. After Bahrain’s independence, regime considered abandoned houses & undocumented lands government property

5.In that period of time, Bahrain government also took several pieces of land for exploration purposes as it claimed

6. Bahrain nurtured several civilizations due to its fertile land. AlKhalifa fled to it ~230yr ago to escape the poverty of the desert  

7. AlKhalifa used the fact that some people travel to India or Basra (to trade/ study) for months to take over their lands

8. Bahrain regime’s attempts to falsify history will fail because all British, Portuguese & Indian documents prove who the native ppl are 

9. The wealthy families of native Bahrainis inherited their wealth from their grandparents

10. Those who suddenly became wealthy acquired their wealth through corruption, bribery, & by winning suspicious tenders

11. Belgrave’s diary exposes how native Bahrainis lost their agricultural land due to illiteracy

12. Some of Bahraini farmers kept working on their land even after it became government property

13. Homes close to the sea were lost because government procrastinated distributing inherited property to its beneficiaries

14. The families who worked in the trade industry kept their wealth to some extent

15. Slyly, government property transformed into ruling family’s private property & agricultural lands became owned by people of the desert

16. To the same government official we say: What about those who acquired their wealth through corruption?

17. My tweets might have sound discriminative, but I respect all the people of Bahrain & refuse distorting history for political purposes

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