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Thousands of Bahraini anti-government protesters wave national flags and hold posters of top Shia cleric, Sheikh Isa Qassim, on May 17, 2013, in Karrana, Bahrain, just outside the capital, Manama. (Photo by AP)
Thousands of Bahraini anti-government protesters wave national flags and hold posters of top Shia cleric, Sheikh Isa Qassim, on May 17, 2013, in Karrana, Bahrain, just outside the capital, Manama. (Photo by AP)
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Tony Gosling, an investigative journalist, tells Press TV that colonial powers are still pursuing their “divide and rule” policy in the Muslim world an instance of which is their apathy toward harsh treatment of Bahrain’s Shia majority by its government in order to attribute the regime’s crackdown to religious differences among Muslims.