Hundreds of people in Bahrain have once again staged demonstrations to protest against the Manama regime’s normalization of ties with Israel and to demand the immediate release of political prisoners.
Dozens of people in Bahrain have taken to the streets to protest normalization of ties with the Tel Aviv regime and inauguration of the Israeli embassy in the capital Manama.
Hundreds have held fresh protests across the Occupied Territories in denunciation of a reported oil deal between the Israeli regime and the United Arab Emirates.
Bahraini regime forces have attacked people protesting against the normalization of ties with Israel and the opening of the entity’s embassy in the capital Manama.
Illegal Zionist settlers, under the protection of the regime’s forces, have once again broken into the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied al-Quds to "perform silent prayers," after an Israeli judge facilitated such moves.
The regimes in London, Washington, and Berlin, say nothing about the gross violation of human rights in Bahrain, and instead lavish the repressive Aal-e Khalifa minority regime for its growing ties with the Zionists.
Bahrain’s Aal-e Khalifa’s ruling regime has summoned dozens of citizens for questioning over their participation in protests against the normalization of relations between Manama and the illegal Zionist entity.
More than 240 Bahraini scholars have strongly denounced the first visit by Israeli regime’s foreign minister to the Persian Gulf state since the two regimes established ties last year and expressed their solidarity with the Palestinians.
Iran has censured Bahrain’s welcoming Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid to Manama, saying the move amounts to a betrayal of the oppressed Palestinian people.
Aal-e Khalifa regime forces have attacked peaceful demonstrators in the northeastern island of Sitra, who gathered to voice their opposition to Bahrain’s normalization of relations with the illegal Zionist entity.