Hezbollah Secretary-General: I Know the Patience of Bahrainis...They Won’t Give Up
2015-10-02 - 12:50 am
Bahrain Mirror: Hezbollah's Secretary-General, Sayed Hassan Nasrallah, said in an interview with the Lebanese Al-Manar TV channel that "there was a bet on the Bahrainis' fatigue after the arrest of their figures, dismissing citizens from their jobs and preventing their sons from scholarships." At the same time, Nasrallah stressed that "the Bahrainis will carry on their movement in compliance with the recommendations of their detained figures."
He added during an interview with the Al-Manar TV channel on Friday (September 25, 2015) that "the suggested solution is that the Bahrainis return to their homes," adding that "the Bahraini regime will find itself obliged to find a solution and its bet on the people to back down is a loss."
He saw that "it is a grievance for Bahrain and its people that their uprising or movement coincided with huge incidents in the region. There was a bet on the Bahrainis' fatigue after the arrest of their figures, killing of revolutionists and the pressures on them to give up."
"The oldest Prime Minister in the world is the Bahraini PM," Nasrallah further stressed.
He also pointed out that Sheikh Ali Salman's trial is only formal.
Nasrallah said that "the Bahrainis will carry on. I know their patience and so I know the recommendations of their figures and leaders given to them," pointing out that "Sheikh Salman's letters from prison are a continuation of the popular movement."
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