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Al Khalifah dictating Riyadh policies in Bahrain: Lawmaker

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Tehran, March 22, ICANA – An Iranian lawmaker said here on Wednesday that Al Khalifah dictatorship regime is dictating Riyadh policies in Bahrain.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 7:56:40 PM
Al Khalifah dictating Riyadh policies in Bahrain: Lawmaker

Seyyed Naser Mousavi Largani made the remarks in an interview with ICANA.

He said Saudi Arabia has entered its military troops in Bahrain under pretext of supporting this Arabic country and now is supplying the Al-Khalifa regime’s armaments aimed at massacring the people of Bahrain.

The lawmaker underlined that the Saudis and their allies in Bahrain have been humiliated due to their failures in Yemen, Iraq and Syria.

 He added the Bahraini nation is also challenging the Al- Khalifa regime.

Mousavi Largani said Al-Khalifa regime is concerned about the reaction of Islamic Ummah after the |ruling regime decided to put prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Issa Qassim on trial.

He said Bahraini judiciary once again postponed the trial of the top cleric due to mass protests of the Bahraini nation.

He warned that the trial of senior Shia cleric would pave the ground for collapse of Al-Khalifa ruling regime in Bahrain in near future.  

On March 14, a Bahraini court delayed the verdict in the case of Sheikh Qassim.

The court had earlier set March 14 as the date to issue its ruling on Sheikh Qassim's case, but it adjourned its decision until May 7.

Qassim, the spiritual leader of Bahrain’s dissolved opposition bloc, the al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, was stripped of his nationality last June over accusations that he used his position to serve foreign interests and promote sectarianism and violence.

The clergyman, who is in his mid-70s, has denied the allegations, refused to be assigned a lawyer and declined to attend any of the trial sessions. Qassim faces up to 15 years in jail if convicted.

In addition to Sheikh Qassim, Bahraini authorities are also trying the cleric’s office head and staffer, Sheikh Hussein Mahrous and Mirza al-Dirazi, respectively.

Anti-regime protesters have taken to the streets on an almost daily basis ever since the popular uprising began in Bahrain in February 2011.

The demonstrators are demanding that the Al Khalifah family relinquish power and let a just system representing all Bahrainis be established.

Scores of people have been killed and hundreds of others wounded or detained amid Manama’s crackdown on dissent and widespread discrimination against the country’s Shia majority.

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