'Bahrain uprising will soon bear fruit'

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Published in Middle East
Friday, 12 August 2011

shiitenews Bahrain uprising will soon bear fruitA senior Bahraini cleric says the ongoing revolution in Bahamian will soon show results amid anti-regime protests in towns and villages around the Persian Gulf kingdom.

Sheikh Abdullah al-Dabbaq told IRNA on Thursday that Bahrainis' steadfastness to redress their rights, firmness and resistance under torturers, as well as international pressure have forced the ruling Al Khalifa family to bend to the public demands. 

He noted that Bahrain's nation exemplified that no government can stand against the will and desire of its own people. 

Dabbaq added that around 147 detainees, who were arrested earlier in anti-government protests, were released recently by Bahrain's authorities. He said some former lawmakers were among the protesters freed. 

The senior Bahraini cleric pointed out that a number of mass rallies are going to be held across Bahrain in the next few days. Besides, people plan to converge on central Manama's now destroyed Pearl Square, and the country's main opposition party, Al-Wefaq, is organizing a large-scale demonstration. 

Dabbaq said that international pressure is mounting on Al Khalifa regime; and Bahrain's rulers are worried to be brought to justice before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Netherlands. 

He stated that a large proportion of Bahrain population want the fall of Al Khalifa regime, while a fraction seek an independent parliament capable of exercising its constitutional authorities. 

Dabbaq, meanwhile, praised the Islamic Republic of Iran's support for the revolution in Bahrain. 

Since the beginning of Bahrain's revolution, large numbers of anti-government protesters have poured into the streets across the Persian Gulf state, calling for more rights, freedom and wide-ranging political reforms in the political system of their country. 

According to local sources, dozens of people have been killed and hundreds arrested so far during the government clampdown on peaceful demonstrations. 

According to Bahrain Center for Human Rights -- a non-governmental organization -- there are currently over 1,000 political detainees inside the country. 

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