Imam censured crimes by monarchies

Imam censured crimes by monarchies

Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic, frequently through exposed crimes being committed by Arab monarchies of the Persian Gulf region against their own people.

Imam Khomieni also exposed crimes being committed by Saudi ruling family House of Saud against people of the Mideast region and entire Muslim Ummah.

Imam had invited the Arab monarchies of the region to defend the interests of Muslim Ummah, instead of playing into hands of colonial powers.

In recent years, troops from Saudi Arabia and some other Arab monarchies of Persian gulf region have been helping Bahrain’s Al Khalifa regime to curb popular pro-democratic uprising.

Ever since the popular uprising began in Bahrain in February 2011, anti-regime protesters have taken to the streets on an almost daily basis

The protester are demanding that the Al Khalifah family relinquish power and let a just system representing all Bahrainis be established.

Scores of people have been killed and hundreds of others wounded or detained in recent yeras

Manama regime has also escalated crackdown on dissent and widespread discrimination against the country’s Shia majority.

This comes as Iranian Foreign Ministry has strongly denounced the Bahraini regime for executing three anti-regime Shia activists.

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said that the Manama regime is liable for any consequences of its action.

“Through this injudicious measure, the Bahraini government once again demonstrated that it does not seek a peaceful solution to and a way out of the Bahraini crisis," Qassemi said.

Bahrain on Sunday executed three anti-regime Shia activists amid widespread public anger against the death verdicts.

The Iranian spokesman added that the Bahraini government is insisting on the use of security and oppressive approaches and the brutal killing of defenseless protesters.

The Iranian spokesperson noted that International and human rights bodies and all popular organizations across the world have attested to the lack of transparency in the unfair trial proceedings of the three Bahraini citizens.

Qassemi expressed regret that the Bahraini government is blocking any path to political dialogue and negotiations.

The spokesman also said that the executions come as Bahraini people and the country’s political and religious leaders as well as international circles have been underlining the importance of resolving the crisis through dialogue and interaction.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Iranian diplomat said that the Bahraini regime is leading the country to a “complete political impasse” by intensifying political approaches, imposing restrictions and exerting pressure on leaders of the opposition as well as executing political prisoners.

The Manama regime’s execution of the death verdicts triggered angry demonstrations in several Bahraini villages and towns.

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extra-Judicial Executions Agnes Callamard on her official Twitter account described as extrajudicial the Bahraini regime's execution of the three political detainees.

Callamard said that the three Bahraini activists were subjected to torture, terming their trial as unfair and based on flimsy evidence.

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