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Topic - Jamal Fakhro
Bahrain's Shiite-dominated opposition begged the international community Monday for prompt action to "protect the people of Bahrain," after a Saudi-led military force entered the small island kingdom to help the Sunni-led government quell escalating protests.
"I believe the whole idea behind it is much more of support, rather than the need to be on the ground," he said, arguing that Bahrain had sufficient forces of its own to maintain law and order. "I think it is to show solidarity between the GCC countries — that if anything happens to one country, the other countries will come to support it."