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Publish Date : Thursday 4 August 2011 - 10:49
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Al-Shayeb: Al-Khalifa regime is not Sunni but is experienced in sectarian trenching to protect its entity
Al-Shayeb: Al-Khalifa regime is not Sunni but is experienced in sectarian trenching to protect its entity
 
 
Bahrain (Islam Times) - Political activist Mohammed Abdul Raouf Al-Shayeb, spokesman for the Alliance of the 14th of February revolution, said that the Bahraini people no longer cares about the repressive and brutal practices of the Al-Khalifa regime and will continue with the revolution whatever the sacrifices.
 
Islam Times: Al-Shayeb considered that the Al-Khalifa regime is Sunni, but wants to go forward in the Sunni sectarian trench to protect its entity and cause incitement against the Shiites to create a state of division among the people in a way that benefits the Regime and gives it the opportunity for domination and hegemony.

Al-Shayeb said in a statement published by “Al-Alam” TV that the regime will not be able to circumvent the revolution of the Bahraini people and their legitimate demands, and will not be able to stop Bahrainis from attaining their goals.

The bahraini activist confirmed the need to prosecute the symbols of the Bahraini Regime in just courts to trial them for their criminal actions done against innocent people in Bahrain, adding that the Bahraini people will not forgive them and will not have a dialogue with them, but will insist on dismantling the regime and the just retribution to its symbols and members.

On the approval of the Bahraini Ministers on the decision of the security committee regarding the study missions and the denial of outstanding students of the Shiite community of their right to study abroad, the spokesman for the Alliance of the 14th of February revolution said that the Al-Khalifa family, and since they have trotted their feet on land of Bahrain, has been living on sectarian discrimination and applied distinction between the one people to control the power.

He added that the procedures of division and discrimination followed by the Al-Khalifa authorities were not limited to scholarships, but included a lot of other things such as employment, the distribution of housing, enlisting in the army, and even extended to medical treatment.
Al-Shayeb also pointed out that the Saudi army, which was deployed by the Al-Khalifa regime in Bahrain, came ideologized against the Shiite community.
 
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