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The representative of prominent Bahraini cleric Sheikh Isa Ahmed Qassim, whose nationality has been recently revoked by the Al Khalifa regime, said the popular uprising in the Arab country will remain peaceful in nature unless Manama resorts to assassinations and intrusion.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) strongly condemned the Manama regime’s decision to strip Shiite cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim of his Bahraini citizenship, saying the move will trigger a crushing uprising against the ruling regime and accelerate its downfall.
A senior commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) warned that the sanctuary of the most senior Bahraini Shiite cleric, Sheikh Isa Qassim, is a redline whose violation will set fire to Bahrain and the entire region.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry denounces Bahrain’s move to strip the citizenship of the country’s most senior Shia cleric, Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Iranian Foreign Ministry has advised Bahrain to resume serious dialog with recognized leaders of popular movements to find a peaceful and political solution to the country’s crisis.
The Foreign Ministry has dismissed Bahrain’s unfounded allegations that Tehran is interfering in the internal affairs of the kingdom of Bahrain.
Unconstructive methods will not disrupt Iran’s serious determination for persistence in a responsible regional policy against threats such as extremism and terrorism, said Afkham.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned a recent court ruling against Bahraini opposition leader, saying resorting to security approaches would never help settle the ongoing problems in the Persian Gulf country.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry recommended the Bahraini government focus on the root causes of the ongoing problems in Manama in a bid to settle them.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned a raid by Bahraini security forces on the house of a prominent Shiite scholar.
An informed official at Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected as “baseless” the allegations raised by Manama against Tehran in the wake of a recent Bahraini court ruling which has sentenced 12 men to life in prison for the alleged link with Iran.