Bahrain: Parliamentary Proposal Urges Gov’t to Recognize “Ahwaz State”
2016-01-01 - 2:58 am
Bahrain Mirror: A number of Bahraini MPs submitted a proposal to the cabinet on Tuesday (December 29, 2015) asking it to recognize what they called "Al-Ahwaz State", and urging it to act on the Gulf level in order to achieve this recognition.
It also called on the government to provide it with financial and moral support in international forums. The proposal claimed that the "Iranian occupation for Ahwaz territory led to its occupation of the three UAE islands.".
Five MPs close to the Bahraini government submitted the proposal, 4 of which represent the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafist movement: Mohammad Al-Imadi, Jamal Bouhassan, Abdullah Bin Haweel, and Abdulhamid AlNajjar.
Despite the Bahraini government's rejection of what it calls "Iranian interference in its internal affairs", some MPs close to it continue to participate in the regular meetings of the People's Mojahedin of Iran or the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK, also PMOI) terrorist group.
MP Jamal Bouhassan during his participation in a former meeting of the organization said that he is confident that the next meeting will be held in Tehran after the overthrow of the regime.
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