Israeli Embassy's HQ in Bahrain World Trade Center Owned by King: What's Israel's Gift to Him?

2021-10-03 - 12:24 am

Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The den of the Israeli occupation state in Bahrain will be on the 29th floor of the Bahrain World Trade Center. This headquarters will henceforth be a station for sowing conspiracy and tension in the Gulf Bay.

Information, implications, and repercussions will not end with the opening of the embassy on Thursday in the presence of Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, who was received by Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and who both discussed "expanded security issues", according to Israeli newspapers.

The frightened king is looking for as many bad allies as possible, even if they are in a situation where they are seeking non-existent safety. He brought them in and stationed them at an altitude of 140 meters because they all know that the land and landowners can never accept them. 

The reception of the unwelcome guest has increased tensions in the country, as religious and political authorities from across Bahraini society have expressed their complete rejection of normalizing relations.

Angry protests, demonstrations and clashes were witnessed in various villages across Bahrain, in condemnation of the visit. Security forces fired suffocating gases at protesters in Sitra to force them to return home.

Confronting crowds and dismantling communities in preparation for their control may be what the king is looking for with the occupying regime. The king wants to make use of any experience the occupying entity has in confronting the Palestinian people. The two governments are in a state of instability because they are rejected.

The King is heading into relationships with them without any limits. He is not looking at the issue in terms of a state, but in terms of his place in it. According to information, the king granted the embassy headquarters to Tel Aviv free, with the aim of gaining more friendly relations.

The (Man) owns the two towers of the Bahrain World Trade Center in the capital Manama, which were finished in 2008.

An Israeli security company will take over the embassy's security and be able to use the surveillance network surrounding the two towers, as another agreement has allowed the occupying entity to obtain Bahrain-owned data on cloud services.

Surveillance is not only limited to inside Bahrain, as the king believes he can use Israel to attack Iran. The king presents himself as a spearhead in the political and media confrontation.

It will probably not be limited to the opening of the embassy, as the King wants the Israeli presence in Bahrain to grow and take security and military forms, as he did with the US and Britain.

The king believes that the distribution of military bases to countries in Bahrain's waters will provide him with security. The man has learned nothing from the Afghan experience.

Lapid visited the US Fifth Fleet headquarters, a visit that sends a clear message to Iran, as Israeli officials described, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz. 

Iran, for its part, condemned the visit of Israel's Foreign Minister to Bahrain by Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, and condemned "any initiative to bolster Israel's destructive presence in the region."

Iranian Foreign Minister Amir Abdullahian wrote on his Twitter account that "insecurity is Tel Aviv's only gift to the region and Bahrain."

"Insecurity" is therefore Israel's gift from the Iranian point of view, but from the king's point of view, it is "achieving security and helping to strike his enemies at home and abroad."

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