Bahrain: A kingdom of the island in the Persian Gulf, where the governing Shiite Muslim family by a Sunni minority.
Where people struggle for democratic rights broke down the barriers of fear, only to find himself alone and overwhelmed.
This is his story and Al Jazeera is your testimony – the only television journalists who were left to follow his path of hope to the slaughter that followed.
This is the Arab revolution was abandoned by the Arabs, the West abandoned and forgotten by the world.
On February 16, 2011 thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Bahrain to protest the ruling Khalifa family.
Following protests in Tunisia and the revolution in Egypt, many felt that Bahrain, also was ready for reform. On 21 February, a quarter of the population of Bahrain took to the streets and gathered at the Pearl roundabout.
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