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Iran Renews Concerns about Riyadh, Manama's Crimes against People

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TEHRAN, April 20 (ICANA) – Head of the Iranian parliament's Human Rights Committee Zohreh Elahian in a letter to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights voiced Iran's deep concern about the crimes committed by Manama and its foreign military allies against the Bahraini people.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 10:39:56 PM
Iran Renews Concerns about Riyadh, Manama's Crimes against People

"The Islamic Republic of Iran voices its deep concern about the conditions of the Bahraini people and continuation of suppressive policies of the country's rulers as well as the neighboring countries' partnership in the suppression of the defenseless people of Bahrain," Elahian said in her letter to Navi Pillay on Wednesday.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran also warns that resort to and continuation of the policy of massacring civilians will have grave consequences and outcomes," the legislator said.

As regards foreign intervention in the tiny Persia Gulf island, she wrote, "The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that foreign military intervention in Bahrain by any country or under any justification is against the international regulations and the spirit of the UN charter and hijacks the Bahraini people's right of determining their fate."

The Iranian lawmaker further demanded the international circles and the UN high commissioner for human rights to show serious reaction to the recent developments in Bahrain.

To help the Bahraini government crush the anti-government protests, Saudi Arabia has deployed more than 1,000 troops to the country at the request of Manama.

In a similar move, the UAE has dispatched around 500 police forces to the oil-rich Persian Gulf monarchy.

Bahrain's government has continued its military crackdown on anti-government protesters who demand the overthrow of the al-Khalifa dynasty on top of constitutional reforms.

Several Bahrainis have lost their lives so far and hundreds of others have sustained injuries following the violent crackdown on the anti-government protesters.

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