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|Part of the Bahraini uprising (2011–present), the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement|
Occupy Bahrain was a collaboration and peaceful protest that demands the democratization of Bahrain’s political system, part of the Bahraini uprising (2011–present), associated with the larger Arab Spring. Despite its active social media presence on Twitter and Facebook, it received little attention from media outlets, with rare exception. However YouTube films identifying as Occupy Bahrain— of brutal abuse by security forces and of the peaceful protest of March 9, 2012— have spread across social media and the blogosphere.
- Occupy Bahrain on Twitter
- Occupy Bahrain on Facebook
- Boothroyd III, Horace (January 30, 2012). "Occupy Bahrain:Police Punch and Kick Woman". Daily Kos. Retrieved April 14, 2012.
- Occupy Bahrain: An urgent message to the world on YouTube
- Occupy Bahrain: Saw 7, Let it spread (+18) on YouTube
- Occupy Bahrain is demanding democracy. We are the 99% on YouTube
- "Post-Modern Enlightenment: Occupy Bahrain". modernenlightenment.blogspot.com. Blogspot.
- "Occupy Bahrain: An urgent message to the world". Dandelion Salad.
- "NSFW - Occupy Bahrain terrorized by security forces". Reddit.
- Alpert, Emily (March 9, 2012). "Tens of thousands of Bahraini protesters occupy four-lane highway". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved April 14, 2012.
- "Bahrain protesters hold ground". Aljazeera. February 16, 2011. Retrieved April 14, 2012.
|Occupy Bahrain The largest demonstration in Bahrain. We are the 99%|
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