Many people ignited the fire in 2011 in Bahrain across several areas. Justice has dealt with most of them, while the rest have gone silent and are no longer heard. The Bahraini society thought that the situation has calmed down and that each person has gone his own way to work and rebuild. Thank God that good sense has prevailed for the sake of the homeland and national unity.
One tends to feel that there is no need for alarm or anxiety as things are following their normal course and the recurrence of the 2011 development is impossible as these illogical ideas have come to an end. You’d think that the lesson has been learnt and that after the failed attempts in 1995 and 2011, these ideas and projects have been buried once and for all. The pervasive serenity assures you that there is recognition that what had happened was wrong and that the problem of the “conflict of identities” was acknowledged and there are efforts to at least review it.
No one can argue that this problem was one of the main reasons that led to recruiting youths. It is well known that this problem, or any other problem, can only be resolved by first admitting it exists.
The same insinuators that led their people to peril in Bahrain are once again speaking on their behalfSawsan Al Shaer