Monday, April 25, 2011

The Crown Prince Of Bahrain Will Not Attend The Royal Wedding 2011

Bahrain Crown Prince
Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al
Khalifa of Bahrain. (Khaled Desouki/
AFP/Getty Images)
While "Bahrain Crown Prince on Sunday rejected an invitation to participate in Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding, said he did not want the turbulence of the Gulf nation to tarnish the party," there is still a "fury to [the] Royal wedding guest list, "wrote The Independent Britain.

It reports that the demonstrations are "conceived out of Westminster and a five-star hotel, because the calls of foreign tyrants and figureheads from autocratic regimes."

The invitation to the Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa of Bahrain has been criticized for the violent crackdown by the authorities in February in his country there are protesters. About 30 people died and hundreds were imprisoned.

Customers who plan to attend and have given rise to complaints from groups of human rights include "Saudi Arabia, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, the Zimbabwean ambassador to Britain, and King Swaziland, "The Independent said.

Meanwhile, the guest list and seating plan for the wedding on Friday in Westminster Abbey were released. An interesting thing, and told the BBC: Members of the family of William's mother Diana, Princess of Wales, Middleton will sit with - not with the Queen and members of the royal family.

Indeed, our colleague Linda Holmes's blog Monkey See, a report on the wedding in London this week. NPR's Philip Reeves is history even more so. And we hope very, very early (15:00 hour or less) on Friday to send updates as things happen.


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