The Bahraini opposition in front of the Saudi embassy – File photo
Cairo – 8 August 2017: A link between the call of the Bahraini opposition bloc to demonstrate in front of the Saudi embassy in Britain and the organization of Hamdeen, high-level diplomatic sources revealed.
The Qatari delegation contributed to the inauguration ceremony of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday, met the Bahraini opposition in Tehran under the auspices of Iran, requesting to organize protests against the Bahraini regime, as well as Saudi Arabia, around the world, “Mecca News” reported.
The Qatari delegation met representatives of the Bahraini opposition, who participated in the events of chaos and violence in Manama since 2011, with the meeting lasting about six hours. Mecca News added that the delegation of the Qatari government urged the Bahraini opposition delegation in Iran to raise public opinion against the Shi’ite regime in Bahrain to create chaos, Mecca News added.
The Bahraini opposition bloc announced via its official account on Twitter on Sunday organizing a special program based in London coinciding with the anniversary of the independence of Bahrain on August 14, demanding the independence from the rule of the current Bahraini regime.
In June, Bahrain dismantled a terrorist cell’s planned attacks on state facilities and security forces in the Gulf country, financed and supervised by al-Ashtar Brigades, known for strong ties with Qatar.
The Doha-funded Bahrain Opposition Bloc in London (BOBL) falsely accuses Saudi Arabia of occupying Bahrain since 2011. BOBL claims that Saudi Arabia backs violations against the Shi’ites in Manama since Bahraini opposition riots in 2011.
The programs will last for five days. The first day will include a seminar in Dar Al Hekma, titled “British political legacy and Gulf crises,” on August 11.
On August 12, a sit-in will be held in front of the Prim Ministry. On August 13, there will be a photo gallery in Marble Arch, and a press conference on August 14. The last day will be a sit-in in front of the Saudi embassy in Britain.