Sectarian tensions rise in Bahrain deadlock

Sectarian tensions rise in Bahrain deadlock

Manama : Bahrain | May 27, 2012 at 11:54 PM PDT
Source: DAWN
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The wave of protests by the Shia majority in Bahrain against the ruling Sunni dynasty has intensified sectarian tensions in the small Gulf kingdom that is fast approaching complete political paralysis. At the moment there is no more trust between the communities, said prominent Sunni cleric Abdullatif... FULL ARTICLE AT DAWN
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