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Bahrain: The reality of Wartime Media & Propaganda<br />Brave Bahrain<br />
Timeline of Events in Bahrain<br /><ul><li>Feb 14: First Gathering of Protestors at Pearl Circle (with 3 demands: salary r...
Feb 16: Army Forces Protestors off the Pearl Circle late at Night for Minimum Damage
Feb 17: King Asks Army to Leave and Release of Political Prisoners
Feb 18: King assembles Team to Investigate the fatalities
Feb 23: Crown Prince Announces National Dialogue with All sectors of society
Feb 25- March 14: Continued Violent Protests, Closing Down of Roads, Terrorism at Schools, Use of a Medical Facility for s...
March 18: Terrorists Violently Attack Bahrain University leaving students injured</li></li></ul><li>Timeline of Events in ...
Protesters in Bahrain<br /><ul><li>Three Day Notice about Protest Cause, Location and Time.
The Protestors kept on pushing the boundaries for 40 Days of Protesting and a week of civil disobedience.
Protestors started with 3 demands and ended up with 12 as a prerequisite prior to National Dialogue, one of which is the f...
'The first casualty when war comes is Truth' <br />U.S. Senator Hiram Johnson, 1917<br />
Good vs. Evil <br />
Elements of Propaganda<br />Selective Stories<br /> Partial Facts<br />Narrowing Down the “Experts”<br />Demonizing the “E...
Selective Stories<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Peaceful Protestors Driven Out of Pearl Square by Tanks and Tear Gas – The Independ...
Bahrain pulls a Gadhaffi onPeaceful Protestors – NY Time
Two Killed in Bahrain Peaceful Square – Herald Sun Australia
Riot Police Fatally Attack Bahrain Peaceful Camp – TIME Magazine
Bloodshed in Peaceful Bahrain – The Economist Magazine</li></li></ul><li>Peaceful Signs of Protests<br />
The Face of Peaceful Protestors<br />
Partial Facts<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Forces Quash Protestors – The Independent UK
Forces Move Against Protestors in Bahrain – LA Times
Bahraini Forces Fire Tear Gas At Protestors – Washington Post
Riot Police Storm Democracy Camp – The Telegraph </li></li></ul><li>
<ul><li>Part of Civil Disobedience</li></ul> Act is Closing and Blocking<br /> All Roads in Bahrain.<br /><ul><li> 31 Days...
Narrow sources of “Experts”<br /><ul><li>22 in Bahrain Face Probe Over Role in Protests – Bahrain Human Rights Organizations
64 are involved in plots</li></ul>Against Bahrain:<br />(Ministers, Doctors, Teachers, Members of <br />Parliament, Religi...
Demonizing the Enemy<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Dictator Cracked Peaceful Protest– Press TV
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  1. 1. Bahrain: The reality of Wartime Media & Propaganda<br />Brave Bahrain<br />
  2. 2. Timeline of Events in Bahrain<br /><ul><li>Feb 14: First Gathering of Protestors at Pearl Circle (with 3 demands: salary raise, housing and employment)
  3. 3. Feb 16: Army Forces Protestors off the Pearl Circle late at Night for Minimum Damage
  4. 4. Feb 17: King Asks Army to Leave and Release of Political Prisoners
  5. 5. Feb 18: King assembles Team to Investigate the fatalities
  6. 6. Feb 23: Crown Prince Announces National Dialogue with All sectors of society
  7. 7. Feb 25- March 14: Continued Violent Protests, Closing Down of Roads, Terrorism at Schools, Use of a Medical Facility for smuggling weapons, Calling of Civil Disobedience, Killing & Injuring Migrant Workers
  8. 8. March 18: Terrorists Violently Attack Bahrain University leaving students injured</li></li></ul><li>Timeline of Events in Bahrain<br />March 15: King Calls for State of National Safety<br />March 16: GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Peninsula Shield Enters Bahrain comprising of the 5 Arabian Gulf Countries & Bahrain to Safeguard Ministries, Companies, and Airport <br />March 19: Military Take Hold of Salamaniya Hospital, where they found Foreign Hostages, robberies, and stolen files. <br />March 20: Terrorists kept on demonstrating despite official Ban.<br />March 21: Hassan Naserallah of Hezbollah makes allegations about Bahrain <br />March 22: King Condemns and Foils Foreign Plot Against Bahrain<br />March 28: Terrorists are planning to hold another protest on 29th <br />
  9. 9. Protesters in Bahrain<br /><ul><li>Three Day Notice about Protest Cause, Location and Time.
  10. 10. The Protestors kept on pushing the boundaries for 40 Days of Protesting and a week of civil disobedience.
  11. 11. Protestors started with 3 demands and ended up with 12 as a prerequisite prior to National Dialogue, one of which is the fall of the government. </li></li></ul><li>Defining Propaganda:<br />The deliberate spreading of ideas or<br /> information, true or untrue, with the<br /> purpose of manipulating public opinion to<br /> gain support for one's cause or to discourage<br /> support for another.<br />Terms, Holocaust Center Milwaukee<br />
  12. 12. 'The first casualty when war comes is Truth' <br />U.S. Senator Hiram Johnson, 1917<br />
  13. 13. Good vs. Evil <br />
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  15. 15. Elements of Propaganda<br />Selective Stories<br /> Partial Facts<br />Narrowing Down the “Experts”<br />Demonizing the “Enemy”<br /> Reinforcing Reasons & Motivations<br />
  16. 16. Selective Stories<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Peaceful Protestors Driven Out of Pearl Square by Tanks and Tear Gas – The Independent UK
  17. 17. Bahrain pulls a Gadhaffi onPeaceful Protestors – NY Time
  18. 18. Two Killed in Bahrain Peaceful Square – Herald Sun Australia
  19. 19. Riot Police Fatally Attack Bahrain Peaceful Camp – TIME Magazine
  20. 20. Bloodshed in Peaceful Bahrain – The Economist Magazine</li></li></ul><li>Peaceful Signs of Protests<br />
  21. 21. The Face of Peaceful Protestors<br />
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  29. 29. Partial Facts<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Forces Quash Protestors – The Independent UK
  30. 30. Forces Move Against Protestors in Bahrain – LA Times
  31. 31. Bahraini Forces Fire Tear Gas At Protestors – Washington Post
  32. 32. Riot Police Storm Democracy Camp – The Telegraph </li></li></ul><li>
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  36. 36. <ul><li>Part of Civil Disobedience</li></ul> Act is Closing and Blocking<br /> All Roads in Bahrain.<br /><ul><li> 31 Days of Tolerance before</li></ul>Announcing State of Emergency<br /><ul><li> Civil Unrest & the persistence</li></ul>in escalation was the reason<br />Bahrain led to Contacting ARMY<br />
  37. 37. Narrow sources of “Experts”<br /><ul><li>22 in Bahrain Face Probe Over Role in Protests – Bahrain Human Rights Organizations
  38. 38. 64 are involved in plots</li></ul>Against Bahrain:<br />(Ministers, Doctors, Teachers, Members of <br />Parliament, Religious Clerks, Lawyers). <br />-Peace Bahrain Website (8 of them arrested, others<br />Fled & seeking political asylum in Britain). <br />
  39. 39. Demonizing the Enemy<br /><ul><li>Bahrain Dictator Cracked Peaceful Protest– Press TV
  40. 40. Self-Make King of Bahrain– London Protests
  41. 41. Hassan Naserallah Points Finger at Bahrain King– Hezbollah Party</li></li></ul><li>
  42. 42. Reinforcing Reasons & Motivations<br /><ul><li>Motto: “No Sunni, No Shia, Just Bahraini”.</li></li></ul><li>
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  47. 47. Terrorist Flags in<br /> Midst of March<br />
  48. 48. Translation: Many where ready to sacrifice <br />Themselves to ensure an Islamic Republic<br />
  49. 49. www.rahil.ir<br />Iranian Jihadist Website<br />For Bahrain<br />
  50. 50. Translation: <br />I’m the Next Martyr<br />
  51. 51. What happened in Bahrain was far from a revolution and more of a failed terrorist coup attempt.<br />
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