15 Bahraini NGOs slams regime for seeking to normalize ties with Israel

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Thursday, 29 November 2018


As many as 15 Bahraini NGOs have censured attempts made by their country’s regime to normalize relations with the Israeli regime that they deemed usurper and grabber of Palestine whereas these NGOS expressed their firm support for the Palestinian cause.

It also stressed the right of the Palestinian nation to establish their own independent state with Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital.
The document further described Israel as a Zionist entity which had been created through the aggression and occupation of Arab territories.
The issue of Palestine is the issue of the Arab nation, it added, underlying the need for the return of Palestine to its people.
Israel has full diplomatic relations with only two Arab states, Egypt and Jordan, but latest reports suggest the regime is working behind the scenes to establish formal contact with Saudi Arabia and its allies.
Last week, Hani Marzouk, a spokesman for Netanyahu's office for Arab media, said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to visit Bahrain in the near future.
“The Kingdom of Bahrain is the next destination for Netanyahu,” he said, noting that the trip "is the start for new relations."

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In a document, titled the Bahraini National Initiative Against Normalization, 15 NGOs opposed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned visit to the Persian Gulf kingdom, Arabic-language Lua Lua TV network reported.
The document, which was released during a recent pro-Palestine event in Manama, called on all Bahraini people to voice their "categorical rejection" of Manama's attempts to forge ties with Tel Aviv.
It also stressed the right of the Palestinian nation to establish their own independent state with Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital.
The document further described Israel as a Zionist entity which had been created through the aggression and occupation of Arab territories.
The issue of Palestine is the issue of the Arab nation, it added, underlying the need for the return of Palestine to its people.
Israel has full diplomatic relations with only two Arab states, Egypt and Jordan, but latest reports suggest the regime is working behind the scenes to establish formal contact with Saudi Arabia and its allies.
Last week, Hani Marzouk, a spokesman for Netanyahu's office for Arab media, said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to visit Bahrain in the near future.
“The Kingdom of Bahrain is the next destination for Netanyahu,” he said, noting that the trip "is the start for new relations."

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