RNA - The new year's school textbooks in Bahrain has addresses the popular revolution in the country, describing it as destructive and violent acts.
The textbooks writes regarding the popular revolution in the country which began in 2011 and tries to undermine the legitimacy of the popular Bahraini revolution that most citizens of the country are in.
For example, there are photographs of demonstrations in the books, with the note “the rioters have used children for violent acts during the 2011 demonstrations.”
The deaths of police forces of al-Khalifa have also been portrayed as martyrs and have also portrayed photographs of murder, repression and tortures of citizens as national honor and acts that “deserve compliment.”
Educational experts acknowledge that the new educational methods in Bahrain are a way of waging a widespread propaganda war by the Al-Khalifa regime against the culture and history of the country. The experts have also emphasized that these actions can not affect beliefs of generations in any way.