Bismilahirrahmanirrahiim. Kalau pemerintah tidak menegakan keadilan kepada seluruh warganya atau rakyatnya, tunggulah kehancuran bangsa itu seperti Afganistan, Iraq, sudan,somalia, dll
Pemerintahan Bahrain memperlakukan perbuatan diskriminasi kpd warganya yang beragama Syiah,sebagaimana saudi Arabia. Kalau pemerintah tdk berlaku adil, pasti akan terjadi; 1 penidasan kepada minoritas. 2 pembrontakan atau perlawanan kpd pemerintah... Sedangkan rasul berlaku adil kpd semua warga tanpa melihat agama, keyakinan agama dan suku dll.Sebagaimana ayat ALLAH dibawah ini; Aku beriman kepada semua Kitab yang diturunkan Allah( Taurat,Injil, Al quran ) dan aku diperintahkan supaya berlaku adil di antara kamu (yahudi,nasrani, mukmin, quraish, musrik dll ). QS 42:15. Kalau pemerintah berlaku adil kpd semua warganya barulah akan tercapai masarakat yang rahmat lil'alamin,seperti masarakat Amerika. salam http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2010/09/201095201748804676.html Prosecutors in Bahrain have pressed terrorism charges against Shia opposition activists, raising tension in the run-up to an October 23 election in the Gulf state. The charge sheet released on Saturday accused the 23 activists, 10 of them prominent opposition figures, of "undermining national security." It alleged that the "leaders of the terror network" held secret meetings in Bahrain and abroad in a bid "to change the political regime through illegal means." "This sophisticated terrorist network with operations inside and outside Bahrain has undertaken and planned a systematic and layered campaign of violence and subversion aimed squarely at undermining the national security of Bahrain," said a statement by Abdul-Rahman al-Sayed, a public prosecution official. Most of the suspects are members of Haq, the Movement of Liberties and Democracy, a Shia group which rejected as inadequate reforms intended to put an end to Shia-led unrest that rocked the kingdom through the 1990s. Since the arrest on August 13 of Abdul-Jalil al-Singace, the opposition leader, Bahrain's government has ramped up the pressure and rhetoric. Rights groups say more than 250 Shia have been detained. No details of the alleged coup plot have been made public. Alleged Iranian ties Shia Muslims currently have 17 of the 40 seats in Bahrain's parliament and could make a bid for a majority in the upcoming elections on October 23. Bahrain's Shia majority of nearly 70 per cent has long complained of discrimination in state jobs and housing and claims they are barred from influential posts in the security forces. Hard-liners in Iran have often echoed the complaints by Bahraini Shia Muslims about discrimination and perceived second-class status and have sometimes described Bahrain as Iran's "14th Province." But no clear evidence has emerged of Iranian aid to the Shia opposition groups in Bahrain, and Bahrain's leadership issued a statement last week distancing itself from any accusations toward Iran. "Part of all this is definitely fear of the Iranian threat," said Shadi Hamid, a Gulf affairs researcher at the Brookings Doha Center in Qatar. "There is more and more concern about Iranian influence even if it can be proven or not."