In Bahrain, police dispersed with gas grenades big protest.
In Bahrain police with tear gas and stun grenades, scattered opposition demonstrations. Demonstrators demanded the overthrow of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
"Down with King Hamad" protesters shouting and occasionally sang the famous slogan of the "Arab Spring" - "the people want to overthrow the regime." As reported by witnesses, police arrested the most active participants in the unauthorized demonstration.
The protest was organized by five opposition groups. This week, the Ministry of Interior of Bahrain imposed a ban on rallies and demonstrations, which justifies the need "to maintain security.
Shiite protests in Bahrain began in February 2011 as a result of the revolutionary events in Tunisia and Egypt.
Shiites demanded democratic reforms, the creation of new jobs and the same rights as the Sunni minority to which he belongs power for 200 years Al Khalifa dynasty.
Shiites claim to have equal opportunities with the Sunnis access to social benefits and employment.
The peak of excitement was in the middle of February - mid-March 2011, but a fall on the island after the entry of Saudi troops and Emirati police.
Protests resumed with a vengeance in the fall of 2012.