Unrest and violence keep shaking the Arab world – interview with Finian Cunningham

with Finian Cunningham
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
March 26, 2011


In Bahrain, people have once again taken to the streets in defiance of a ban on public gatherings, and a series of violent crackdowns.

[…] Journalist and author Finian Cunningham says even though the regimes in these countries are very repressive, people are ill-divided, lots of tortures and unjustice, the locals are very skeptical and cynical about help from the West and the intervention in Libya. 

“It’s certainly not on the grounds of any humanitarian concerns… but to back up their regimes, to give them a proper cover,” believes Cunningham.

[It gets cut off at the end.  There’s another video on their site with Finian’s interview: http://rt.com/news/arab-world-unrest-protests/]

Unrest and violence keep shaking the Arab world

Finian Cunningham is a journalist and musician www.myspace.com/finiancunninghammusic


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