Bahraini people has just blocked some streets of manama, the capital of bahrain in order to show their oppression on F1 championship.صعد البحرانيون احتجاجاتهم ضد النظام تنديدا بإقامة سباق (فورمولا – وان) اليوم وأغلقوا طرقات في العاصمة المنامة.
The Formula One (F1) has always been a loss-leader for Bahrain. The country pays a fee to host it -- estimated to be at least $40 million each year -- and doesn't recoup this in direct ticket sales. Rather, the race is supposed to stimulate business worth hundreds of millions of dollars through its knock-on effect on other business. A 2008 study commissioned by the state sovereign wealth fund, Mumtalakat, suggested that the race added $600 million -- or about 2.7 percentage points -- to Bahrain's gross domestic product (GDP) that year. This is mostly through the boost that the race gives to tourism, including flights on Bahrain's state-owned Gulf Air, and through the development of Bahrain's international "country brand," as millions of viewers around the world watch the race on television.
Abdul Hadi Alkhajeh's fate is uncertain.
please take part in Sit of the National population of Bahrain in Al-Khajeh SQ.
Slogan :Hey Criminals ! Where is Al-Khajeh-مصير الرمز الخواجة بات مجهولاً..شارك في الاعتصام الجماهيري وسط" دوار الخواجة"تحت شعار"يا عصبة الإجرام أينْ هو الخواجة"