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Bahrain – Människorättsgrupp visar Kungahusets hatfyllda poesi

Poetry written by members of the Ruling family reveals hatred and sectarian discrimination against the majority Shi’a in Bahrain | Bahrain Center for Human Rights.

Äntligen skriver DN om det som sker i Bahrain, den glömda konflikten, där wahabiterna i Saudiarabien och förrädarna i huvudstaden Manama, försökt få till att bli en shia-sunni konflikt. Här kommer lite poesi från ledarskapet i Bahrain, familjen al Khalifa, som belyser hur hatfyllda de är mot shiiterna. Shiiterna utgör majoriteten i Bahrain, men man såg i de inlägg jag publicerat, att många sunniter var med sina syskon i kampen mot förtrycket och diskrimineringen.

Poesin är publicerat av människorättsgrupper och visar hur mycket hat som finns ibland kungahuset mot just shiiterna.

Poetry written by members of the Ruling family reveals hatred and sectarian discrimination against the majority Shi’a in Bahrain

A Background of the ongoing “Bandargate Scandal”:

Published and translated by:

The Bahrain Centre for Human Rights

October 2006

The first poem is written by Shaikh Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al-Khalifa (a prominent poet and member of the ruling family), while the second poem is a response written by Shaikh Khalid Bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa, who is now Minister of the Royal Court.

The second poem, that contains deeply hateful and defamatory remarks, reveals the policy which was practiced during the nineties towards the local Shi’a uprising (killing and forced exile), and the current secret policy (marginalization in politics and society) which has been uncovered, documented and leaked last month by a British consultant to the government, Dr. Salah Al-Bander.

The first poem: Written by Shaikh Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al-Khalifa (a prominent member of the ruling family)

What this rumpus is about that

The Sons of Marhoon & Shubber (the Shi’a) are making

On a daily basis, villages are engulfed with fires

with no fear from the police nor the regime

Oh Shaik! if they were after the rule

On us, it would be the biggest blows

The rule won’t fit them no matter how they cry

We’ll fight them with our mercenaries when hardship demands

We lived with them years and centuries long

But they never aided us in battles and grieves

Our soldiers are coming from abroad

And assist us with vessels and convoys

And we see no help from the sons of Shubber

And our hope in them life long was false

When difficulties crumbled on them, they get terrified

Non of them will stand wars

We went to the far lands of Arabs seeking help

As we only knew them but not our neighbors

The Al-Ajam (Persians) stepped on them, they continued beseeching

And none of them raised a voice of objection

Portuguese (during Portuguese possession of Bahrain 1512-1621) made their women to be pregnant

By hunting and raping their women in desolated places

With ignominy, they still walk about

And for the said reasons their eyes are greened

Those under utter mortification would kneel down

And live their world as humbled and unsuccessful

Show them the intensity and always beware

Don’t let your country be plundered

They all came swimming from Jesha (name of a village in Saudi Arabia)

And from Qateef (name of a town in Saudi Arabia) and from every desolated places.

All of them are foreigners who came (to Bahrain) begging from us,

The house of Al-Otoob (Al-Khalifa’s root) who are the people of generosity and bestowals

Their history is known by all

And you are against and petrified in the war days

This second poetry is a response written by Khalid bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa, Minister of the Royal Court:

I possess the remedy of the sons of Shobber & Marhoon (the Shi’a)

Oh, Abo-Mohamed, oh the provider of good news to his beloved ones

We shall deport them to Howar, Jenan and Noon islands

As to their earnings, they fit for fishing

With a shining and sharp sward

We spill their bloods until they all die

They carry no value and they won’t boost irrespective to their numbers

They are busters who would strive for cunning and blows

We’ll stop their annual processions in the streets

As their poems throws us insults

We must remove them from every sensitive position

As the days showed us their weird actions

They want to rule this country for being majority

Their excessive numbers hopefully is exploited to looting

They never in all life ruled nor thought of it too

Only served as a farmer and riding donkeys

They never in all life defended damned enemy (Qatar & Bahrain issue)

As they were cowered and losers

They never in all life dived with those diving

In deep blue seas full of difficulties

Once they reached positions, at which they looked down on others

And once they tasted the essence of power they sought to be insolent

Oh, our victorious Shaikh, we self-sacrifice, but don’t be with them easy

It wouldn’t add any value once they reached their goals

You have standing by vicious strong warriors

That you only need to order them for the wars


  1. emma
    emma 25 mars 2011

    Haha jo tack jag märkte det.
    Jag tyckte att sufism va fint på nåt sätt pga av att dom ville komma närmare Gud genom andlighet osv..
    vad tycker du personligt om de ? jaha men du ju mer ja läser om wahabis eller har kontakt me nån desto mer less blir jag haha snacka om negativa människor 😛
    besserwissar, man borde bli trött av att bara trycka ner allt o alla än sig själv hela tiden.

    tack för dina braiga kommentarer o inlägg de uppskattas mkt take care

  2. Bahlool
    Bahlool 25 mars 2011

    Jo jag gillar lagom med sufism, en shia ayatollah, muhammed baqir al sadr tillfrågades om alla grupper han sa wahabismen är hård och har ingen spiritualitet, sufismen har mkt spiritualitet och shia är mittemellan. Så jag är väl mittemellan. Jag gillar sufismens historia, stora riken som det i Persien med safaviderna i riket, skapades just av sufikrigare. Vidare fanns sufis som spred Islam till Afrika osv. Jag brukar vara den som säger låt folk vara muslimer som de vill just wahabismen har jag stora problem med!


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