Christopher Bollyn – bollyn.com February 17, 2011
Manama, Bahrain: Without warning, hundreds of heavily armed riot police officers rushed into Pearl Square Manama early on Thursday, firing shotguns, tear gas and concussion grenades at the thousands of demonstrators who were sleeping there as part of a widening protest against the nation’s absolute monarchy.
At least five people died, some of them reportedly killed in their sleep with scores of shotgun pellets to the face and chest, according to a witness and three doctors who received the dead and at least 200 wounded at a hospital here. The witness and the physicians spoke in return for anonymity for fear of official reprisals.
The U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain is J. Adam Ereli, an Israeli national who I have written about in previous articles. Ambassador Ereli fled to Washington in January 2011 as the pro-democracy protests rocked Tunisia and Egypt. Ereli knew that Bahrain was ripe for a popular revolution and he decided to retreat to the United States. It is difficult to imagine that the police crackdown on the peaceful and sleeping pro-democracy protestors was not approved by the U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain. Attacking peaceful people while they sleep in the middle of the night is a cowardly police action typical of the Israeli military. It will come as no surprise to find that the U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain is actually an Israeli whose father was a Zionist terrorist in the Haganah. A democratic government in Bahrain would threaten the U.S. military presence in Bahrain and jeopardize the Zionist hegemonic plans for the region.
As I wrote about Joseph Ereli in my article “The Israeli Who Runs the Obama White House” in November 2008 (confiscated by agents of U.S. military intelligence in March 2009):
Ereli oversees U.S. policy in Iraq and the Persian Gulf. Why do Americans allow Israelis to hijack U.S. foreign policy? Why is Ereli’s Israeli nationality not considered a threat to national security? Why does the controlled media ignore the many Israeli dual-nationals in positions of power in the U.S. government? Ereli’s father, Eliezer Kaplan (changed to Ereli) fought with the Zionist terrorist organization, the Hagana. This son of an Zionist terrorist has been controlling U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East for two decades. Like the other Israelis I have exposed: Rahm Emanuel, Michael Chertoff, and Daniel Samuel Senor, this U.S. official is an agent produced by the Israeli military intelligence network that was sent to the United States in the 1950s. These people are Zionist agents who were raised to control the U.S. government. This is very serious infiltration that cannot be ignored by real Americans. We can’t allow foreign agents in high places to destroy our country.
The U.S. Ambassador to Yemen, where there have been strong pro-democracy protests, is another Zionist Jew, Gerald Feierstein. Yemen is a nation where the Israeli Mossad has long run a false-flag terror operation known as Al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula. Feierstein has served as Principal Deputy Assistant Coordinator and Deputy Assistant Coordinator for Programs in the Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism from 2006-2008. He also served as Desk Officer for Nepal, Pakistan, and Egypt; Deputy Director in the Office of Arabian Peninsula Affairs; Director of the Office of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh Affairs; and as Director of the Office of Regional Affairs in the Near East Bureau.
“Crackdown on protesters in Bahrain’s Pearl Square; 5 dead”, by Michael Slackman and Nadim Audi, New York Times, 17 February 2011
“Bahrain anti-government protesters clash with police – in pictures”, The Guardian, (U.K.) 17 February 2011
Embassy of the United States, Manama, Bahrain
“The Israeli Who Runs the Obama White House” by Christopher Bollyn, 6 November 2008 (originally posted on the now defunct www.Bollyn.info, my website that was confiscated and destroyed by agents of U.S. intelligence in March 2009)
“Pro-American Monarch – King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifaa”, Embassy Row, by James Morrison, The Washington Times, 15 February 2011
Biography of U.S. Ambassador Gerald Feierstein, U.S. State Department, 17 February 2011