Bahrain Sees Mass Protests Denouncing Normalization
The Bahraini population once again protests its disapproval of the Israeli occupation and demands the release of political prisoners.
Bahraini regions witnessed peaceful demonstrations Friday in the towns of Al-Markh, Al-Nuwaidrat, and Damistan, in protest of normalization with the Israeli occupation, and to demand the release of political prisoners.
The people of the town of Al-Markh demanded the immediate release of the political detainees, stressing their solidarity with the Palestinian people, and their rejection of normalization with the occupation.
Inhabitants of Al-Nuwaidrat poured into the roads marking the forty-day commemoration of the martyrdom of Ali Qambar, who died of an illness he contracted during his detainment by Bahraini security forces, raising signs professing their loyalty to the martyrs.
In Damistan, residents demanded the unconditional release of political detainees in Bahrain.
It is noteworthy that the people of Bahrain have always expressed their solidarity with the Palestinian people in the occupied lands and have repeatedly voiced their rejection of normalization with "Israel."
In October, repeated protests took place against the visit of Israeli Minister Yair Lapid to the Bahraini capital Manama.