Bahraini torture prince now Syrian ‘humanitarian’


I don’t often quote the Bahrain News Agency, the mouthpiece of an absolute monarchy which tortures, gasses, and shoots its citizens fighting peacefully for democracy.

But now I will do so. With this item:

HH Shaikh Nasser Provides Bahrain’s Aids for Syrian Refugees in Turkey

05 : 54 PM – 24/11/2012

Bahraini torture prince His Highness Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa and the Turkish-Syrian border, photo Bahrain News Agency

Manama, November 24th (BNA) – Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Charity Organization, His Highness Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa received the representative of the Turkish Premiership Muhammet Donmez, in presence of the Director of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Turkey, Carol Bøjer.

The mouthpiece of the dictatorial Bahraini royal dynasty omits that His Highness Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa is not only Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Charity Organization; but also chairman of the Bahraini Olympic Committee. As such, he presided and presides over the torture of Bahraini citizens, including Bahraini Olympic and Paralympic athletes; in which His Royal Highness himself participated.

The meeting was also in the presence of the Secretary-General of the Royal Charity Organization, Dr. Mustafa Al Sayed and Bahrain’s Ambassador to Turkey Ibrahim Yusuf.

It was under the directives of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa that HH Shaikh Nasser provided Bahrain’s aids for the Syrian refugees in Turkey.

So His Royal torturing Highness is interested in the bloody war going on along the Syrian-Turkish border. For humanitarian reasons? Does His Royal torturing Highness shed tears, other than crocodile tears, about the human tragedies of the refugees?

Very more probably, His Royal torturing Highness wants to help the CIA, NATO, Turkish warmongers, the Qatari absolute monarchy, and the Saudi absolute monarchy in “humanitarian” bloodshed, with as its result a Sunni sectarian, Al-Qaedaish, dictatorship in Syria, rather similar to the Bahraini regime.

On this occasion, HH Shaikh Nasser said that he was honored to express thanks and appreciation for the Honorary President of the Royal Charity Organization, His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa for his continuous humanitarian initiatives to help the needy and provide relief to the afflicted.

HH Shaikh Nasser also said that HM the King’s directives also came out of the distinctive brotherly relations which bond Bahrain with Turkey, pointing out that Bahrain’s aids were for the Syrian refugees who fled from Syria to Turkey due to the situation in their country, so the aids were to relief their sufferings.

The head of Bahrain’s main opposition group says backers will resume street protests in a direct challenge to a government ban on political gatherings: here.

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  30. Bahraini jihadist killed in Syria

    The 19-year-old was the son of a well-known preacher

    By Habib Toumi Bureau Chief

    Published: 18:16 May 29, 2013

    Manama: Syria loomed particularly large in Bahrain this week following the death of a Bahraini teenager and the parliament’s call to raise funds and to adopt a staunch stance against militant militia Hezbollah.

    On Monday, Bahrainis were informed through social networks and microblogs that Abdul Rahman Adel Al Hamad, 19, had been killed in Syria as he was fighting alongside the anti regime rebels.

    His young age and his status as the son of a well-known religious figure in the country have augmented the impact of the news on the people.

    Abdul Rahman was branded a martyr and a hero by those who supported the presence of Islamist fighters in Syria alongside the local rebels against the regime of President Bashar Al Assad.

    His father, the imam and Friday preacher of a mosque, is known for his Salafist tendencies and his support for an all-out war to remove the Syrian leader and put an end to his regime.

    On Tuesday, he held a one-day gathering to receive condolences from relatives, supporters and friends. However, for most of those present, the occasion was to congratulate the father on the “martyrdom” of his son, and not to mourn.

    Messages sent around Bahrain and beyond referred to Abdul Rahman as a martyr and congratulated his parents on his martyrdom.

    “The body will not be flown to Bahrain and he will be buried where he was martyred,” Abdul Aziz, a Bahraini familiar with the Salafists, said. “That is what Abdul Rahman wanted and that is exactly what God gave him.”

    Witnesses said that Abdul Rahman, a devout young man who was starting university, had been to Syria once before.

    “When he returned to Bahrain, he did not feel at ease and was heavily preoccupied with what he saw. He simply could not bear to remain here and wanted to go back to Syria. He did not inform many people about his plans, but he left Bahrain and managed to slip into Syria where he joined a group fighting the regular army until he was martyred,” they said.

    They said that they were not aware he had received proper training in using weapons.

    “Maybe they trained him in Syria before they allowed him to go to the field,” they said.

    Several Bahrainis said that they were “elated and overjoyed” over the new status of Abdul Rahman as a martyr and used their social network accounts to praise him and congratulate his father and mother.

    However, the blogosphere was also filled with comments saying that he had been wrong to go to Syria to join the rebels and criticising the parents for encouraging him directly or indirectly to get involved in the Syria conflict and take up arms.

    http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/bahrain/bahraini-jihadist-killed-in-syria-1.1190186

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