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Hello welcome to help -- -- many.
Says the anti government revolt began in Bahrain early this here.
Reports of violent force against protesters and -- -- -- hospitals.
Have -- the media.
Joining me now is doctor Nabil Al -- president of that the hiring medical society.
Who was working inside the selling the medical complex in the capital city about -- -- Doctor welcome to the program and -- men are.
I want to take you back to February of flawed this year when the big.
Revolt began to occur in the capital city of -- You -- inside.
That is the big medical center in big medical complex -- what was going -- -- health system -- pain is.
One of the I would sit of this but that does have good health system but provides care for every witness defeat care system.
Everything was going well -- were put to some back pain and people asking for but -- conditions afflicting him.
But for him.
Housing and all that and everybody is pulled.
And fortunately -- Protestant with a bit more and what happened that the protesters who have based actually add to that the -- around a -- -- a -- that he -- you know the book and he should be.
When the government to and this amendment recommended there was violence -- -- in the -- testing that kind of touch with an end to that.
And what's happened is that the protestors they moved their command center to send Monday and -- complex -- -- So facility -- -- explain a little bit to everybody.
Has this as this revolt was going on again people were asking demanding different things but in reality the medical center became sort of the they -- and ground zero if you will for a lot of the things were happening again.
How did how old was it possible.
For a hospital.
To become ground zero where the protesters were sort of it and executing -- direction of where things were to go inside a hospital who let them do that.
You have -- -- of the protestors were from different groups.
Before people back -- Baylor engineers who have lawyers there -- doctors do -- notices.
In one statement or if it was do you get -- -- -- -- that one of their leaders.
Both the leader of the approach that protesters clearly stated that we.
Moving to the hospital for the ceremony -- the current conflicts.
Because we know that government will not come in here.
After us because the Geneva convention says states that no.
Security forces should be coming into the post and it is their state does not mine has -- event but in doubt -- were were patients hurt in this process.
Well for four weeks the hospital what was occupied.
By the protestors took a little clinical services being rendered there minimum.
I wouldn't say no I would say minimum -- a good statistics that we see about a thousand patients per day you know emergency room.
The numbers went to down to -- 150 from 2250.
Sit it just makes you think where did the other 850 -- to.
Rights of people are denied access to care.
There were openly.
Told not to come to the hospital both who have appointments specialty oncology patients and dialysis patient -- -- -- -- -- patients with cancer and balances.
And they were dying at home and I'm with -- -- and some people who died after.
On the other hand ambulance services the EUT's once controlled by the put distance at the -- on -- -- And no ambulance service was available for the citizens.
Who are not protesting -- sitting at home trying to figure out what was going on -- -- -- weeks.
And you can imagine how many people.
Suffer from that to me -- hospital is at sacred ground.
Okay and you know as a doctor and you the president medical's I you know on what we feel there's nobody should be no no no other business.
Other than health care.
So why are we know why are we at this point where there's been so many reports so many faults.
Statements you know -- I don't know how did didn't -- get paid I guess I have a quick question or a question put everybody.
Where was the media for those four weeks when the -- -- is whether occupying the hospital.
It is -- YouTube's it's they have Dick and these YouTube not me or anybody else they have shown the whole -- -- occupying the hospital media did not say anything about it.
But for four weeks people who are suffering and it came to I would.
On public TV increased to -- after poorly that enough is enough.
We need the government to -- and people are dying at home they're not having -- What do you see the future barring going nowadays I think would be fine little invited -- but I just have to clarify something that nobody is above the -- If a doctor made a mistake then.
He should be questioned what he did what did he do this nobody is above the -- because everybody's saying why the government is talking and -- was not that.
My whenever there's something wrong will be questioned right anywhere in the world right futility bright I mean what are going bad but I'm still have -- prevent.
And I think we'd keep that to everywhere and even better but I'll take some time.
Well you know my in my thoughts and prayers are with the people Bahrain and I thank you so much for coming.
And sharing historians again you know will continue to follow.
This -- these events in the Middle East because to me you know.
Health care is very important and you know when -- when you're doctoring and you owners you know we're all Brothers and sisters and we have to make sure that.
You know health care is protected around the world.
Thank you so much -- Penny do you have any health -- usually talk to me about you can email him at fox I'm Dr.
Manny and foxnews.com.
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