by Jonathan Azaziah
One of the gravest injustices in the world today is what the Khalifa dynasty, which illegally invaded Bahrain from the Najd and were backed in full by the British colonialists centuries ago, is doing to the indigenous Shi’a Muslim population of the tiny island nation. And the microcosm of it is the ongoing oppression of Sheikh Ali Salman, the leader of Al-Wefaq, the largest Bahraini political party, which is now banned by the illegitimate rulers of the country. He’s also the purest successor to Bahraini opposition spiritual godfather Ayatollah Issa al-Qassem, who has been besieged by the regime too. To understand the barbarity enforced against the Bahraini revolutionary as well as the Bahraini people generally, we first have to understand just how servile and serpentine the Khalifa family is, which can really be summed up in three words: Usurping. Zionist. Entity.
Continue reading Bahrain’s Sheikh Ali Salman: Pillar Of Peace & Oasis Of Revolutionary Thought In A Barren Wasteland Of Zionized Despots
by Jonathan Azaziah
The Bahraini tyrants’ revocation of Ayatollah Issa al-Qassem’s citizenship needs to be seen in a greater historical context. Contrary to the deplorably sectarian statement released by the Khalifa regime’s Interior Ministry of Repression and Savagery, Bahrain’s highest-ranking spiritual authority was in fact born in the village of Diraz, just outside of Manama, and is thus as indigenous to Bahrain as the Dragon Blood Tree is indigenous to Yemen’s Socotra. The Khalifa despots on the other hand, like their toxic Wahhabi counterparts in Riyadh, are from Najd and have been ruling illegitimately over the Shi’a majority of the tiny Arab island for more than two centuries. Thus, they aren’t Bahraini and never have been. Continue reading After The Revocation Of Ayatollah Qassem’s Citizenship, Bahrainis Must Finally Take Up Arms
People in Bahrain have staged a protest rally in the island city of Sitra against an agreement signed between the Manama regime and the UK to expand its military base in the Persian Gulf state.
The outraged protesters took to the streets in Sitra, which is close to the UK base, chanting slogans against such an expansion.
Meanwhile, Bahraini opposition figures, including members of the main Shia opposition party, al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, expressed deep concern over the increase of foreign military presence in the Persian Gulf kingdom. Continue reading Bahrainis angered by UK deal to expand naval base