Amir-Abdollahian warns Bahrain against ties with zionist regime
Parliament’s General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Al Khalifa regime officials need to be concerned about ramification of ties with Tel Aviv.
The official, referring to measures taken by Al Khalifa rulers, said “rather than worrying about relations with Hezbollah as emblem of power in the Arab world, Bahraini authorities need to be considerate of consequences of their connections with the Zionist regime.
“Had it not been for Hezbollah’s support in the fight against ISIL in Syria, flag of the terrorist group would have been raised in some Arab countries,” noted Amir-Abdollahian.
He urged the Bahraini government to remain aloof from Tel Aviv and close to its people; “the internal crisis in Bahrain is critical and has nothing to do with the Islamic Republic of Iran or Hezbollah.”
The Bahraini Prosecutor General’s Office has reported on detention of four people affiliated with Lebanese Hezbollah.
Bahrain claims that the group, by holding demonstrations, has launched sabotage actions against individuals, police vehicles and the interior ministry building in Manama.