Personalities and MPs have confirmed: Crimes of the false revolution are outright terrorist ones led by ‘Al Wefaq’ and its religious authority
Sunday 4 September 2011
Many political personalities and MPs have confirmed that it has become clear to the world that terrorists are implicated since the outbreak of the false revolution. These terrorists have been implementing Iranian plans and conspiracies against Bahrain and the Gulf. These political personalities have shown that the crimes which occurred during the false revolution are documented in all their stages. They have noted that targeting security forces, running over them, killing innocent old people, mistreating foreigners, as well as committing unethical and inhuman practices in Salmaniya and the University of Bahraini prove this. They have also demanded that political societies and organizations should play a historical and national role to document terrorism of Al Wefaq and its religious authority and to show their inciting role against Bahrain. They have also demanded that laws should be enforced against terrorists and instigators who use different media like social networking sites or smart phones. They stressed that the AL Wefaq and its religious authority have kept on doing so because they are never questioned or punished. This would affect the state’s prestige and sovereignty deeply.
MP Hassan Al Dossari has refused people’s deification by allocating them divine, godlike descriptions. “This is what Ali Salman and Issa Qassim would like to spread although they deal with a purely political aspect and not with a religious one. They should know that Bahrainis are conscious and refuse to be led to darkness eras of legal and social rights deprivation,” he said. Al Dossari that “these personalities would like to ruin the country and implement Wilayat Al Faqih agendas. They would also like to see Bahrain part of Iran. They try hard to incite chaos and sabotage to hit the economy and to discourage investors from investing here so that they can later carry out the Iranian agenda. Iran would like these days to cause trouble in Bahrain and Kuwait so that nobody pays attention to what happens in Syria. Al Wefaq and Hezbollah are two sides of one coin.” He added that “Qassim has been encouraging sedition since he came back to Bahrain a decade ago. He has also been practicing pressure against the decent Shiite sect to lead them and dictate the Iranian agendas on them.” Al Dossari also stressed that the state should keep its prestige and be strict with those who seek to ruin the country, its unity and cause chaos under any political reason. The laws need to be enforced only. There is no need for any delay because the instigators won’t give up threatening the nation.” On the other hand, Abdul Jabbar Tayeb, Vice President of the Bahraini Human Rights Society and of the Society of Jurists of Bahrain said “that terrible recent events Bahrain suffered from undoubtedly demonstrated the existence of declared and hidden agendas against Bahrain: One of the declared agendas is intimidating security and security officials, and committing crimes which are strange to the Bahraini society. They also use civil society organizations allied to the opposition in order to offer legitimacy to implement foreign agendas. Considering Bahrain a non-democratic country is part of the regional and international hidden agendas. To spread these rumours, the opposition relies on external media and international relations. They are also backed up by some European parliamentarians and by a close country to cause harm to Bahrain in Britain and the US”. Tayeb added “that recent events have shown that there is a sophisticated plan against Bahrain the purpose of which is to dethrone the political regime and to turn Bahrain into an Islamic republic like Iran”. He also called for implementing Press and Publications Law for anyone who uses media, social networking sites or smart phones to practice incitement against Bahrain and to damage people’s unity and civil peace. He has noted that “failing to apply the law has pushed offenders to keep on causing harm to Bahrain by profiting from a huge financial support from neighboring countries. This has had a negative impact on the reputation of Bahrain and caused external pressure on the Kingdom.” Similarly, MP Khamees Rumaihi said “it has become clear to the whole world that saboteurs allied to Iran are implicated in the trouble happening in Bahrain. There are many proofs to illustrate this. Indeed, some Iranian TV channels are implicated to falsify every single event that happens in the kingdom. The saboteurs have even raised slogans indicating that their plan is an Iranian one.” Rumaihi thinks that Al Wefaq is leading the opposition groups that want to implement the Iranian agendas. He noted that “Haq”, “Al Wafa” and “Al Wefaq” are sides of one coin despite the different demands they ask for. “Al Wefaq” asks for a constitutional kingdom; “Haq”and “Al Wafa” ask for a republic. Concerning the role of political societies and the relevant authorities in their struggle to document terrorism committed by Al Wefaq and its religious authority, Rumaihi said that “documentation is not only the responsibility of the state but is also the responsibility of civil society. Violations must be documented. Some societies have been aware to document abuses that were practiced against citizens, residents and security officials like running over police officers and beating Asians. These documents were handed to the fact-finding committee to implicate Al Wefaq in implementing foreign agendas. All facts have been revealed. Even international organizations have realized the lack of peaceful mobility. Concerning the recurrence of Al Wefaq’s incitement on the top of religious pulpits (Menbars) and social networking sites without punishment or legal accountability, Rumaihi said that “the prophet’s Menbar must be kept away from political movement. Its primary role is religious guidance and good counsel; it must not be a means to involve young people in conspiracies against their country”. He also noted that “the House of Representatives is supposed to acknowledge the Computer Crimes Act during the next session. This act includes statements that criminalize the use of social networking pages like Facebook, Twitter etc which threaten the civil peace and social structure”. On the other hand, Abdullah Bougmar, Secretary General of the Association of Islamic Unity said that “since the beginning of the events, political societies, especially Al Wefaq, have been trying to implement foreign agendas in Bahrain. The proof is that Al Wefaq refuses any national proposal other parties suggest during the national dialogue”. He stressed the importance of applying the law to be the judge between truth and falsehood. Offenders have to be punished. Nobody is over the law which protects the country and its citizens. He has pointed out that “the law that organizes political societies has prohibited in its clauses the use of religious pulpits (Menbars) to deliver political speeches or for any parliamentary elections. He therefore called the Ministry of Justice and law to enforce the law against offenders. Similarly, the political activist Jamel Bouhassan said that “Al Wefaq is in contact with foreign parties to implement their agendas through inciting people. These behaviours are documented. Besides, Al Wefaq announces this through media”. He likened Al Wefaq to an Iranian government in Bahrain; the government, therefore, should react fast through legislative channels to pass a law criminalizing instigators who uses social networking and religious pulpits (Menbars). He demanded withdrawing citizenship from those implicated in incitement and in insulting the state. Anybody who does not respect the country’s leadership has to leave it at once. He has affirmed that Sheikh Issa Qassim is Al Wefaq’s spiritual father and guardian. Qassim preaches in the pulpit (Menbar) and Al Wefaq puts his ideas into practice. So, a legal action against Qassim is highly required.