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This article seems a bit thin. Given that it's „the military side of the GCC” maybe it should be merged into that article (WP:MERGE). See discussion at Talk:GCC- ArnoldPlaton (talk) 00:30, 23 March 2011 (UTC)
I think we should remove the merger tag, as it seems the consensus is to keep it separate.--Aa2-2004 (talk) 10:51, 28 August 2011 (UTC)
TODO: criticism of 2011 Bahraini intervention
i'm just adding these as notes for anyone (me or someone else) to do:
Bahraini citizens (refs: protestors' outright opposition: easy to find)
I support surely any developing and expanding for the article. But, i just have a small note, is these details are really important to be mentioned here? it seems for me that the article should take this event very summarized, since it supposed to talk about PSF usage not the protests itself, it may be better to keep these information in the main article of the protests --aad_Dira (talk) 00:19, 30 March 2011 (UTC).
i think that criticism of intervention by the PSF is a valid part of an article on the PSF - many articles have a "criticism of" section. There is some overlap with the "2011 protests" pages - for Bahrain and KSA - but i don't think that would be much of a problem. i agree that here, the protests themselves (calling e.g. for constitutional monarchy) are not (generally) the topic. Maybe just a few sentences would be enough. But to the degree that people are objecting to the PSF, IMHO that's notable to document here. The question of which article should have the "main" information on this particular type of info could also evolve with time: the PSF role might become a central issue to the Bahraini protests, or it might eventually become a minor issue. Boud (talk) 21:56, 2 April 2011 (UTC)