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The very fact that Crown Prince of Bahrain had been invited royal wedding in the first place was cause for some small controversy among human rights compaignies discussed the way his regime(M) was handing protest in the Arab Kingdom.

Summan Elliclifer is now,as far as public knowledge goes ,the first and only person to turn down the invite to  next Firday ceremony. He did so ,he says,so it's not to overshadow the occasion ,I'm saddened and troubled ,he revealed.And addressed in media reports of his invite he said,while these have certainly highlighted to a number of significant issues currently facing the Kingdom Bahrain ,they have fundementally misrepresented my own views and outlook and posion on recent events,thus ,clearly sought to involve my protential attends its a political proxy(M) for wider matters involving Bahrain.

Clarence House cofirmed that it was told this morning that the Crown Prince of Bahrain (liandu) wouldn't now be coming to London,although it is understood the Bahrain Baster to London will be attending the wedding next Firday.

A whole collection of form royalty and political heads of State will be a mounth the 19 hundred guests in W   next week.

Clearly,Common sense was prevail ,it is conventional that foreign royals are invited,but the invited on the advice of the Foreign office in quitely  Foreign office got it wrong and *  other touch with what's going on in that  part of the world .

Crown Prince K A,Prince might have been in rough sound of Arabic will also be present.His country lent military support Bahrain following the anti- government protests.

Down in street,the foreign office would advice Clarance House in Buckingham Palace on political and diplomatic(M) invites.

The Bratish government has been repeatedly out spoke about Bahrain regime attitude towards protesters,diplomatically the Crown Prince no show might allow David C  to relax a little more when he takes the seat in Westminster Abbery  on Firday/
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The very fact that the Crown Prince of Bahrain had been invited to the royal wedding in the first place was cause for some small controversy amongst human rights campaigners discussed that the way his regime was handling protests in the Arab Kingdom.

Salman Al Khalifa is now, as far as public knowledge goes, the first and only person to turn down an invite to next Friday's ceremony. He did so. He says so as not to overshadow the occasion.

"I'm saddened and troubled," he revealed. And addressed in the media reports of his invite, he said, "While these have certainly highlighted a number of significant issues currently facing the Kingdom of Bahrain, they have fundamentally misrepresented my own views, outlook and position on recent events and thus clearly sought to involve my potential attendance as a political proxy for wider matters involving Bahrain. "

Clarence House confirmed that it was told this morning that the Crown Prince of Bahrain wouldn't now be coming to London although it is understood that the Bahrain ambassador to London will be attending the wedding next Friday.

A whole collection of foreign royalty and political heads of state will be amongst the 1,900 guests in Westminster Abbey next week.

Quite clearly, common sense is prevailed. It is conventional that foreign royals are invited, but they are invited on the advice of foreign office and quite clearly, the foreign office got it wrong and totally out of touch with what's going on in that part of the world.

Crown Prince Khalifa's ally, Prince Mohamed bin Nawaf of Saudi Arabia will also be present. His country lent military support to Bahrain, following the anti-government protests.

Downing Street and the foreign office would advice Clarence House and Buckingham Palace on political and diplomatic invites. The British government is being repeated outspoken about the Bahraini regime's attitude towards protesters. Diplomatically, the Crown Prince's no show might allow David Cameron to relax a little more when he takes a seat in Westminster Abbey on Friday.
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[Homework]2011-05-01 巴林王子拒绝出席威廉王子婚礼

the very fact that the crown prince of bahrain has been invited to the world wedding in the first place was cause for some small controversy amongst the human right compaingners disgusted the way that his regime was handling protests in the arab kingdom.
salaman al khalifa is now as far as public knowledge goals, the first and only person to turn down the invite to next Friday ceremony.he did so, he says so it's not to overshadow the ocassion.i'm saddened and troubled he revealed.the adressing media report, Sobizenvate said. while these have certainly highlighted the number of significant issues currently facing the kingdom bahrain. foundmentally mispresented my own views outlook and position on recent events,and thus clearly sought involve my potential attandance as the political proxy for wider matters involving bahrain.
Clarence house confirmed that it was told this morning that the crown prince of bahrain wouldn't now be coming to london, althought he's understood that the bahrainian ambassador to london will be attending the wedding next Friday.
a whole collection foreign royalty and political heads of state will be amongst the 1900 guests in westminster abbey next week.
clearly common senses prevailled, it is conventional that the foreign royals are invited, but they are invited only advice of the foreign office and quite clearly the foreing office got it wrong and totally out of the touch of what's going on with that part of the world.
crown prince Khalifa's Ally, prince Mohammad Bin Zayed of saudi arabia will also be presented.his country lent the military support to bahrain following the anti-government protests.
downing streets and  foreign office would advise clarence house and buckingham palace on political and diplomatic invites.
the british government has been repeatly outspoken about the bahrain regime's attitude towards protesters.
diplomatically the crown prince's no-show might allow David Cameron to relax a little more, when he takes a seat in westminster abbey on Friday.

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The very fact that the Crown Prince of Bahrain had been invited to the royal wedding in the first place was a cause for some small controversy amongst human rights campaigners disgusted at the way his regime was handling protests in the Arab Kingdom.

Salman al-Khalifa is now, as far as public knowledge goes, the first and only person to turn down an invite to next Friday's ceremony. He did so, he says, so as not to overshadow the occasion. "I'm saddened and troubled," he revealed. And addressing the media reports over his invite he said while these have certainly highlighted a number of significant issues currently facing the Kingdom of Bahrain, they have fundamentally misrepresented my own views, outlook and position on recent events, and thus, clearly sought to involve my potential attendance as a political proxy for wider matters involving Bahrain.

Clarence House confirmed that it was told this morning that the Crown Prince of Bahrain wouldn't now be coming to London, although it is understood that the Bahraini ambassador to London will be attending the wedding next Friday.

A whole collection of foreign royalty and political heads of state will be amongst the 1,900 guests in Westminster Abbey next week.

"Quite clearly common senses have prevailed. It is conventional that foreign royals are invited, but they are invited on the advice of the Foreign Office, and quite clearly the Foreign Office got it wrong and totally out of touch with what's  going on in that part of the world."

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Khalifa's ally Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf of Saudi Arabia will also be present. His country lent military support to Bahrain following the anti-government protests.

Downing Street and the Foreign Office would have advised Clarence House and Buckingham Palace on political and diplomatic invites. The British government has been repeatedly outspoken about the Bahraini regime's attitude towards protesters. Diplomatically, the Crown Prince's no-show might allow David Cameron to relax a little more when he takes a seat in Westminster Abbey on Friday.

Alistair Bunkall, Sky News, Clarence House.
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The very fact that the Crown Prince of Bahrain had been invited to the royal wedding in the first place, was cause for some small controversy amongst human rights campaingers disgusted at the way his regime was handling protests in the Arab kingdom. Saluma is now as far as public knowledge goes, the first and only person to turn down an invite to next Friday’s ceremony. He did so, he says, so as not to overshadow the ocassion. ‘I’m saddened and troubled’, he revealed. And addressing the media reports over his invite, he said ‘while these have certainly highlighted a number of significant events currently facing the Kingdom of Bahrain. They have fundamentally misrepresented my own views, outlook and position on recent events and thus, clearly sought to involve my potential attendance as a political proxy for wider matters involving Baharain.
Clarence House confirmed that it was told this morning that the Crown Prince of Bahrain couldn’t now be coming to London, although it is understood that the Bahraini ambassador to London will be attending the wedding next Friday.
A whole collection of foreign royalty and political heads of state would be amongst the 1,900 guests in Westminster Abbey next week.
Quite clearly, common senses prevailed. It is conventional that foreign royals are invited, but they are invited on the advice of the foreign office. And quite clearly, the foreign office got it wrong, and totally out of touch with what’s going on in that part of the world.
Crown Prince /’s ally, Prince Nawaf of Saudi Arabia, would also be present. His country lent military support to Bahrain following the anti-government protests. Downing Street and the foreign office would have advised Clarence House and Buckingham Palace on political and diplomatic invites. The British government has been repeatedly outspoken about the Baharaini regime’s attitude towards protesters. Diplomatically, the Crown Prince’s no show might allow David Cameron to relax a little more when he takes his seat in Westminster Abbey on Friday.
/, Sky news, Clarence House.
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The very fact that the Crown Prince of Bahrain have being invited to the royal wedding in the first place calls for sums more controversy among human right compainers, discussed  the way his irriting was handling protests in the Arab Kingdom.

Salamon Al Cliffer is now was far at public goals, the first and only person to turn down the invite to next Friday ceremony. He did so he says "So it's not to overshadow the occasion. I'm sad and troubled." He reviewed. And adressing in the media reports over his invite, he said," While this have certainly highlighted a number of significant issues currently facing the Kingdom of Bahrain, they have foundamently misrepresented my views, outlook and position on recent events, and thus clearly sought to involve my potential attendance as a political proxy for wider matters involving Bahrain."

___ have confirmed that he was told this morning that the Crown Prince of Bahrain wouldn't now be coming to London althought he is understood the Bahrain ambassador to London will be attending the wedding next Friday.

A whole collection of foreign royalty and political heads state will be among the 1900 guests in Westminster __ next week.

Quite clearly common sense was prevailed, it is conventional the foreign royals are invited but they are invited only___ of the foreign officer. Quite clearly, the foreign officer got it wrong and chokely out of touch of what's going on in that part of the world.

Crown Prince Cliffer's ally Prince Mohammed being a ___ sound in Libya will also be present. His country lent military support of Bahrain, following the anti-government protests.

Down in street and foreign offices would __advise crown's house in Bucking Palace on political and diplomatic invite.The Brithish government has been repeatly outspoke about the Bahrain's irrating attitude towards protested. Diplomaticly, the Crown Prince is now show might outdate coming to relax a little more when he takes his seat in Westminster __ on Friday.

Alice Banker, Skynews, ___'s house

[Homework]【整理】2011-05-01 巴林王子拒绝出席威廉王子婚礼

the very fact that crown prince of B had been invited to royal wedding in the first place was cause some small controversy amongst human right campaigners disgusted the way his regime was handling protest in A kingdom S is now as far as public knowledge goes the first and only person to turen down an invite two next friday ceremony he did so he says so as not to overshadow the occasion i am saddened and trouble he revealed and addressing the media report over his invite he said while these have certain highlighted a number of significant issues currently face the kingdom of B they have fundamentally misrepresented my own view outlook and position on recent events that is clearly sought to involve my potential attendance as a political proxy for wider matters involving B C house confirmed that it was told this morning that the crown prince B would not now be coming london although it is understood that the B ambassador to london will be attending the wedding next friday a whole collection of foreign royalty and political heads of state will be amongst the 1900 guests in westminster abbey next week quiet clear common senses prevailed it is conventional that foreign royal are invited but they are invited on the advice of the foreign office quite clear the foreign office got it wrong and totally out of touch with what is going on in that part of world crown prince K ally prince M of saudi arabia will also be present his country lent military support to B following the anti-government protests downing street and foreign office would have adviced C house and B palace on political and diplomatic invites the british government has been repeatedly outspoken about B regime attitude towards protesters diplomatically the crown prince no show might allow david to relax a little more when he takes a seat in westminster abbey on friday   
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