Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary-General: Voting for this Parliament is in Support of Normalization Decision with Israeli Entity
2022-09-21 - 3:24 p
Bahrain Mirror: Al-Wefaq Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi said during a television interview that "the regime is living in popular isolation and because of fears of American retreat, it resorted to Zionist protection and in doing so they sold the homeland, drowned it and threatened its interests."
The focus of Sheikh Al-Daihi's interview with Al-Manar TV was on normalization between the regime and the usurping Israeli entity.
"The regime is defeated and in crisis and has found in the temporary entity a refuge for it from its people, and the Judaization of Manama obliterates the identity of the original capital and its ancient Islamic history," said Al-Wefaq deputy secretary-general.
He stressed that "the people of Bahrain will boycott the upcoming elections and that voting for the Parliament today is in support of the decision to normalize with the Israeli occupation entity."
In addition to the political isolation law, the government has manipulated the electoral bloc by denying tens of thousands of their right to vote, he said, pointing out that Al-Wefaq will reveal in numbers the government's manipulation in the electoral blocs.
Al-Daihi noted that "the Bahraini regime cooperates with the Zionists at the cyber level, which threatens the interest and security of the people. It is also fueling imaginary sectarian and tribal problems with neighboring countries."
"The regime is living in popular isolation and because of fears of American retreat, it resorted to Zionist protection, and in doing so they sold the homeland, drowned it and threatened its interests," he said.
He said that academic normalization threatens the peoples of the Gulf and the people of Bahrain and is a miserable attempt that will not pass.
He stressed that "the people of Bahrain, in all its spectrum, Sunnis and Shiites, boycott the Zionists. The diplomats of the enemy are cowards and fear them, they do not reveal their identity because every Bahraini is a time bomb in their face."
Sheikh Hussein Al-Daihi saw the day of normalization as a stain in which we disavow the enemy and instill in the minds of our people and future generations the risks and consequences of normalization.