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MP Warns Bahrain's King to Avoid Execution of Protestors

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TEHRAN, May 2 (ICANA) – A member of the Iranian parliament on Monday warned Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa that executing antigovernment protesters would wreak havoc on his regime.
Monday, May 02, 2011 6:43:12 PM
MP Warns Bahrain's King to Avoid Execution of Protestors

Speaking at an open session of the parliament here in Tehran today, Nadder Qazipour condemned the crimes committed by the Bahraini and Saudi regimes against the defenseless Bahraini people, and stated, "I warn Bahrain's puppet sheikh who is issuing death penalty for dear and innocent teenagers and youths."

"The puppet king of Bahrain should know that the Muslim world and the free nations of the world will show him a reaction and definitely he won't be able to find a shelter after the collapse of the monarchy of this cruel king," Qazipour added.

He also stated that the Bahraini king is serving the US, "because we believe that this is US president Barack Obama who is issuing orders for Bahrain".

His remarks came after a Bahraini national security court sentenced to death four Shiite protesters for the alleged crime of killing two policemen in antigovernment protests in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom earlier this year.

The convictions are the first judicial action related to the demonstrations that have rocked the country. Opposition leaders, including the nation's largest Shiite political organization, criticized the verdict, calling it part of the wider crackdown on dissidents underway in the kingdom.

At least two dozen protesters have been killed and hundreds of others arrested in the crackdown. Four security officials, including the two policemen, also have died in the street clashes. Four protesters have died in police custody since their arrests.

The verdict ended a closed-door trial of seven Shiite men charged with premeditated murder for intentionally running over two policemen with a vehicle during the protests. The military court sentenced four of the men to death and three to life imprisonment, according to the Bahrain News Agency.

The seven men, most of whom ranged from 20 to 25 years old, had pleaded not guilty.

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