ISIS Posts Video Vowing Attacks on Shiites, US Base in Bahrain
2016-12-08 - 5:48 am
Bahrain Mirror: The terrorist ISIS affiliation posted a short film about Bahrain, in which it called on the "Sunnis" to perform their Jihad against Shiites in Bahrain, and against the US base there.
In the video, in which 4 ISIS-affiliated Bahrainis speak, ISIS said that the Bahraini government is obedient to the tyrant manifested by the United Nations, the International Court of Justice, the Arab League, the Gulf Cooperation Council, and the Bahraini constitution. This is according to what "Abu Hafd al-Bahraini" said in the video.
As for "Abu Abed Al-Bahraini", he spoke about "immorality and sins", and companies that sell alcohol, which according to him, show that "Bahrain rules in ways against what Allah has ordered."
The extremist organization claimed that the Shiites were a minority with no more than 30% of the Bahraini population around 3 decades ago, but that Al Khalifa naturalized the Shiites and granted them positions, and therefore they constitute now 50% of the country's population.
ISIS's video had inciting parts against the Shiites, and they even displayed pictures for the Shiite majority spiritual leader, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, addressing his Friday sermon in Imam al-Sadiq Mosque.
"Abu Abdul Raheem al-Bahraini" on his part claimed that the Shiites currently control education in Bahrain, and are the ones who wrote the curricula. He allegedly noted that Shiites control medicine and hospitals, further claiming that some sudden deaths occurred for some Sunnis under the names of "Omar and Aisha".
Further details claimed that Shiites also control the Electricity and Water Ministry, and that if they are imprisoned, they enter prison for a few days, and they would be held in 5-start prisons.
The ISIS video was concluded with its members expressing their happiness towards the operations against Shiites in the Gulf, vowing to send so-called "Caliphate Troops" to Bahrain, Kuwait, and the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
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