Hujjat al-Islam al-Sanadi noted that the American, Israeli and British intelligence services are monitoring the activities of Bahraini revolutionaries.
RNA – In an exclusive interview with Rasa News Agency, Hujjat al-Islam Sayyid Murtadha al-Sanadi, the secretary-general of Bahrain’s al-Wafa Islamic Party, said, “In the past several years, the Al Khalifah regime has imposed security measures and widespread pressure on Bahraini revolutionaries such that we are witnessing increased detentions every day.”
The Bahraini cleric added, “The pressures imposed on the revolutionaries by the Al Khalifah government have increased since the regime’s officials held various meetings with the leaders of the Zionist occupation regime and the United States and in fact, all these actions against the revolutionaries have occurred with their green light.”
Hujjat al-Islam al-Sanadi said that the Al Khalifah regime is afraid of the popular movement becoming a revolutionary movement and for this reason, it sought the help of the Israeli, American and British intelligence agencies to stop them.
His Eminence said, “More than 6,000 prisoners are in the prisons of the Al Khalifah regime, which are struggling with many problems. They are seeking to create a revolt in the prisons by resorting to various strikes.”
He condemned the normalization of relations with the Zionist regime and said, “The Bahraini people condemn any normalization of relations with Israel and have expressed their disgust with the various demonstrations against this action by the government.”
It is worth noting that in a special report which was aired on Israel’s Channel 13 on December 12th quoted details from behind-the-scenes efforts to sign a “non-aggression treaty” between the Zionist regime and several Arab countries.
A correspondent for the network quoted Israeli, Arab and American officials as saying that Washington is trying to persuade four countries – namely, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Oman and Morocco – to sign a treaty with the Zionist regime.
The non-aggression treaty, although it doesn’t resort to the normalization of relations and peace, commits the parties to not attacking each other. Such a treaty would make the secret relationship between the Zionist regime and a number of Arab countries take a step forward and take a semi-formal state.
Thousands of anti-regime protesters have held demonstrations in Bahrain on an almost daily basis ever since a popular uprising began in the country in mid-February 2011.
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