Bahrain in Hillary Clinton's Emails: Contrary to the Authorities' Narrative
2020-10-15 - 4:49 am
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The US State Department published the emails sent by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, which include correspondence since the beginning of the popular movement in Bahrain and the various stances that followed it.
The correspondence addresses the King of Bahrain's request for Saudi intervention in his country, his orders for the use of excessive force, and the participation of Saudi forces in the bloody attack on the Pearl Roundabout, which left two Bahraini citizens dead and dozens injured.
The emails also contain details concerning the Crown Prince's call for dialogue, and confirm that the King requested the intervention of Saudi forces prior to the crown prince's initiative. They also emphasize that Qatar's intervention was at the request of the Americans, which confirms Sheikh Ali Salman's innocence of the fabricated accusations against him of conspiring with the Qataris, which raises questions about the credibility of the judiciary, and proves its corruption and incompetence.
The emails are going viral on Twitter, under #Clintonemails in the Gulf, particularly Saudi Arabia and the UAE, widespread among people who expect the emails to have such content, and those who deem them as misinformation.
Bahrain Mirror will respectively publish the most prominent information mentioned in these emails in a special report.
It is worth mentioning that Bahrain Mirror had earlier published some of the leaked emails of the former US secretary of state, as well as the part on Bahrain in her memoirs.