is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east??

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  1. josh67

    josh67 Regular Member

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    There have been reports of violent protest in Bahrain again.As being a monarch country it is a indication that the violence in pretty big because small incidents are well managed by censorship and state brutality.

    this phase of violence erupted in late 2014 with the arrest of a popular shiite leader by a majority sunni monarch.Bahrain has been in a violent turmoil since 2011.
    the violence has been errupting time after time in these 4 years(2011-2015).the state has shown no restraint from using force and the night raid on feb 17 2011 was called bloody thursday because of immense use of force by police.
    bahrain is one of the critical member of UAE.so if the situation in bahrain goes bad it will be a nightmare for this region.And could become a open shia-sunni fight like iraq which will involve big player like saudi arabia and iran.
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    Bahrain you mean a critical part of the arab league?

    saudis uae qatar are stable

    Iran is heavily sanctioned but progressing and stable

    The unstable parts of the middle east are the parts they use as battlegrounds to fight each other. sort of like the cold war and 3rd world countries being the proxy to fight each other except this is regional.

    I dont see things getting worse as its everyones interest involved to keep the conflict going.
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    When has the Middle East ever been stable?
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    I wouldn't say that the entire region is heading towards a critical point. A number of countries there are very stable. As for the other countries, people there are savages (mostly). Doesn't matter how critical it gets, people will keep on living there.
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    totally agree with you all that because of highly opressive nature of middle eastern nations a chance of uprising similar to arab spring is minute however if there is any this time would be best for it because

    1> the trembels of arab spring could still be felt.

    2>the elements which would like an uprising (iran) would like to to grab this opportunity and influence the ongoing .
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    when there is a storm nearby ....a windy day seems nice......
     
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    Re: is instability reaching the so called critical part of middle east

    i am refrencing to mainly UAE....... it is not stable but it is not unstable tooo....
     
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