Bahraini Opposition Voices Support for Iraq’s Al-Nujaba

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Bahrain
Wednesday, 13 March 2019

The chairman of Bahrain’s Islamic Action Society, a major opposition group, condemned the US move to blacklist Secretary General of Iraq’s al-Nujaba Movement Sheikh Akram al-Kaabi and said the movement will remain a thorn in the side of the US.“Al-Nujaba will remain to be a thorn in the side of the US and its Western-Arab allies,” Rashed al-Rashed said, according to a statement released on Tuesday following the addition of al-Nujaba and its secretary general, Sheikh Akram al-Kaabi, to the SDN terrorists list of the US.

"This sanction is a medal of honor and dignity for those who have battled the world arrogant powers, headed by the sectarian, non-developed and autocratic regimes and terrorist-Takfiri-Wahhabi groups,” Rashed stated.

He further emphasized that the US is the last government eligible to talk about terrorism, adding, "The said country has founded its empire on millions of skulls of world nations using weapons and forced domination.”

“Washington is still applying its suppressing method that is based on support for murdering anti-humanity regimes and groups,” the Bahraini opposition figure said, adding, “Their vile positions towards Palestinians' massacre by Zionists is only one piece of evidence of their dance on the corpses and blood of the victims.”

“Al-Nujaba, commanded by Sheikh Akram al-Kaabi, have fought against the Wahhabi terrorism and Daesh, supported by Washington, in Iraq and Syria, and frustrated the plots and plans of the US, Israel, UK and other colonizing Western regimes for creation of a New Middle East, devised after the termination of Sykes–Picot Agreement, for the maximum division of region's countries,” he went on to say.

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