Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami macht wieder einmal auf „Freiheit“ für Bahrain.
In Iran Friday Sermon, Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami Says Occupiers Will Leave Bahrain In Humiliation; U.S., Britain Main Human Rights Violators
Tehran interim Friday prayer Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami said in his sermon that Saudi occupiers will leave Bahrain in humiliation and with a dark record.
He said, „One should not have the least doubt that al-Khalifa’s (Bahraini ruler’s) will vanish. The rulers who pile up pressure on the public mercilessly will not definitely remain.“
He continued, „Rest assured that dictators will go away, as the dictator king (of Iran) and Saddam (of Iraq) fled from Iran and Iraq. The Saudi occupiers are busy committing crimes in Bahrain mercilessly – the crimes that do not go with any legal regulation,“ he added.
„Physicians and nurses are immune, even if serving the enemy’s wounded. However, Saudi occupiers in Bahrain arrest, punish and jail physicians and nurses,“ he deplored.
Khatami said that Bahrain is today in a deplorable state because those participating in peaceful demonstrations there are sentenced to capital punishment or lengthy prison terms.
Praising resistance of the people of Bahrain, Khatami said the people demand nothing beyond their rights.
He advised Bahraini people to continue resistance until final victory.
Referring to the „martyrdom of 12,000 people in Iran and 25,000 people in Iraq at the hands of the Mojahedeen-e Khalq,“ he stressed that the U.S. and Britain, through their support for the Mojahedeen-e Khalq, are the main violators of human rights.
Khatami said that the U.S. military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan showed an insatiable thirst for occupation, and called on all the freedom-loving nations to expel the occupiers from their countries through steadfastness, in order to maintain their honor and dignity.
Khatami added that the U.S. had informed Afghan administration that if the Afghan government wants security of this country to be maintained, the U.S. needed to establish military bases there. He added that the U.S. is making strenuous efforts to continue its military presence in Iraq despite the deadline for the exit of its troops there.
He noted that the situation in Libya is the mischief of the U.S. and Western regimes, and added that NATO, through bombardment of Libya’s infrastructure, intends to appoint a West-dependent regime, and to plunder Libya’s oil reserves.
He then accused satellite television channels of aiming to topple the regime, citing a Koran verse, and warned families and cultural institutions to prevent children from being trapped by these enemy channels.
Sources: [MEMRI] Iribnews.ir, Irib