They just say beat up on the Saudis about Bahrain and completely ignore joining the broader policy issue.
I recall an evening of tear gas, helicopters, snipers, and stone throwing around my car during a visit to Bahrain in 1994.
"The issues at stake in Bahrain predate the Arab Spring," Husain said in an interview with The Daily Beast.
With only a half million natives (and another half million foreign workers) Bahrain is a pygmy in Arab politics.
“Nobody wants an Islamic state,” says Nabeel Rajab, the president of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights.
The Sunni minority in Bahrain could not last without Saudi money and tanks.
All Arabs from Morocco to Bahrain have felt this seismic shift.
If you are Qatar or Bahrain or Saudi Arabia, your nightmare is Iran, not Zionism.
Hopeful reform is already taking hold in an arc from Morocco to Jordan to Bahrain.
And now all the Arabians of Bahrain had become converts to his religion.