Bahrain regime forces attack Muharram mourning congregations

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Saturday, 22 September 2018


Aal-e Khalifa regime forces in Bahrain have stepped up their crackdown on Muharram mourning ceremonies of Imam Husain (AS), disrupting religious gatherings and making arrests Islamic scholars.

The detainees were identified as Sheikh Yassin al-Harami, Sheikh Hani al-Bana’, and Sheikh Mohammad al-Sahlawi.
Regime forces also attacked residential areas and houses in more than 10 areas in the capital, Manama, destroying the banners and signs inviting the public to mourning rituals on Thursday.
Devotees of Ahlul Bayt (AS) worldwide are set to commemorate Ashura, the 10th day of Muharram, which is marked with the martyrdom anniversary of Prophet Muhammad 's (SAWA) grandson and his third infallible successor, Imam Husain (AS).
Various videos, meanwhile, emerged online showing Bahrainis attending mourning processions on Tuesday, while holding up pictures of those killed during the regime’s crackdown campaign on opposition and political activists.
The al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Bahrain’s banned opposition bloc, condemned the clampdown on religious rituals. It called the arrest campaign an outright violation of religious freedom.

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According to Press TV, on Tuesday, three scholars were arrested for what the regime’s Public Prosecutor’s Office called promoting hatred of the ruling regime and encouraging “acts of terrorism."
The detainees were identified as Sheikh Yassin al-Harami, Sheikh Hani al-Bana’, and Sheikh Mohammad al-Sahlawi.
Regime forces also attacked residential areas and houses in more than 10 areas in the capital, Manama, destroying the banners and signs inviting the public to mourning rituals on Thursday.
Devotees of Ahlul Bayt (AS) worldwide are set to commemorate Ashura, the 10th day of Muharram, which is marked with the martyrdom anniversary of Prophet Muhammad 's (SAWA) grandson and his third infallible successor, Imam Husain (AS).
Various videos, meanwhile, emerged online showing Bahrainis attending mourning processions on Tuesday, while holding up pictures of those killed during the regime’s crackdown campaign on opposition and political activists.
The al-Wefaq National Islamic Society, Bahrain’s banned opposition bloc, condemned the clampdown on religious rituals. It called the arrest campaign an outright violation of religious freedom.

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