Bahrain Summons Lebanon Envoy, Urges 'Clear Condemnation' of Nasrallah Remarks

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Bahrain has summoned the Lebanese embassy's charge d'affaires to demand a “clear condemnation” of recent remarks about the Gulf kingdom by Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.

“The foreign ministry has summoned Mr. Ibrahim Elias Assaf, the Lebanese republic's charge d'affaires in the kingdom, following the latest hostile remarks by Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary general of the terrorist Hizbullah,” said a statement carried by Bahrain's news agency BNA.

Bahrain, which blacklists Hizbullah as a “terrorist” organization, has always deplored Nasrallah's statements that voice support for the kingdom's Shiite-led opposition.

On Friday, Nasrallah noted that top Bahraini dissident Sheikh Ali Salman, who was jailed recently by authorities, “has never called for toppling the regime and he did not incite to violence.”

“The reason behind the peaceful approach is not the inability to send weapons or fighters to Bahrain, but rather the fact that the clerics, political leaders and people in Bahrain are preventing that and seeking a peaceful solution,” Hizbullah’s leader added.

He also alleged the presence of a “Zionist-like naturalization scheme” in the kingdom, saying “people are flocking to it from all over the world.”

During the meeting with the Lebanese charge d'affaires, Bahraini foreign ministry undersecretary Abdullah Abdullah called for “a clear condemnation of these statements,” urging “deterring and decisive measures against such remarks.”

Abdullah called Nasrallah's stances “an unacceptable interference in the Bahraini and Gulf affairs that involved a blatant incitement to violence and terrorism.”

Bahrain “cannot accept any meddling in its affairs by any side and it will take all the necessary measures to strengthen its security and stability,” he added.

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Comments 25
Thumb geha 11 January 2015, 18:10

another diplomatic problem caused by hizbushaitan.

Thumb eagledawn 11 January 2015, 18:55

The incredible credible flamethrower once explained his presence on naharnet:

"...flamethrower--
unlike people like you, I'm into conversing with the opposite side, which explains my presence on naharnet."

and his "conversing" clearly shows..

Thumb popeye 11 January 2015, 19:43

I await the day when I will read ONE meaningful post, ONE counter argument, ONE credible or mature info from you, ...flamethrower-- , but alas!

Thumb _mowaten_ 11 January 2015, 20:50

Nasrallah's comments were perfectly legitimate and wise. Who do they think they are to think they are above criticism? They can silence people inside the GCC but if they think the whole world has to ibserve their laws of silence they're up for disappointment

Thumb _mowaten_ 11 January 2015, 20:53

Eagleyawn copy-pasting with all his fake accounts. Surprised we didn't see ice-toy here

Thumb popeye 11 January 2015, 21:18

of course a terrorist sees nothing wrong with what another terrorist says and finds it perfectly legit. Glad you agreed with him and lent credence to his position.

Thumb _mowaten_ 11 January 2015, 21:31

On Friday, Nasrallah noted that top Bahraini dissident Sheikh Ali Salman, who was jailed recently by authorities, “has never called for toppling the regime and he did not incite to violence.”
Feeling terrorized by this statement poppie?

Thumb liberty 12 January 2015, 05:59

sure he was not inciting:) but there are 18 Bahrainis dead and 2887 injured as a result of his hate speeches.

Missing thatisit 11 January 2015, 18:11

I suppose the Baharani heard of the HA mini government blessed by an army deserter aoun....

Thumb ex-fpm 11 January 2015, 18:12

The Lebanese government and the whole state of Lebanon is nothing short of a joke. It allows a party classified as a terror party to send fighters/terrorists to participate in exterminating a whole population in Syria, allows the leader of this party to jeopardize Lebanon's relationships with neighboring countries, allows this party to interfere in other countries' affairs, and gives this party a free hand in judicial, military and banking practices. A state within a state stronger than the actual state.

Thumb _mowaten_ 11 January 2015, 20:49

The only joke is your comment here.

Missing humble 11 January 2015, 22:57

Remember Ebola is a virus...a disease...a deadly disease. Did you catch it?

Thumb Mystic 11 January 2015, 18:16

What a surprise.

Default-user-icon Kamboi (Guest) 11 January 2015, 18:44

I have it on very reliable sources that the Bahraini opposition is operation out of Dahyeh. All the demonstrations you see in Manama are orchestrated from the Dahyeh.

Thumb eagledawn 11 January 2015, 18:56

aren't you ashamed of yourself wasting people's time, zero contribution, naive.

Thumb ex-fpm 11 January 2015, 19:17

lol@eagle!

Thumb _mowaten_ 11 January 2015, 20:48

He dosnt know shame, he is paid to be a copy-pasting drone

Thumb justin 11 January 2015, 19:08

They have every right to summon the Lebanese charge d'affaires and read him the riot act. Hezbollah is acting beyond its size and thinks the country belongs to them. This is the arrogance that results from having weapons.

Default-user-icon Mazen (Guest) 11 January 2015, 19:11

They can go to hell.. What the man said, regardless of whether he is a monster or not, is true. It is a regime oppressing its people.

Default-user-icon YoY (Guest) 11 January 2015, 19:21

Why the hell would they bother the Lebanese envoy for this it's fruitless and it annoys the Lebanese envoy. The Bahrainis should call on the Iranian envoy or whoever is in charge of the Iranian affairs in Bahrain and complain to them, Nasrallah is an Iranian envoy to Lebanon.

Missing humble 11 January 2015, 23:02

Remember Ebola is a virus...a disease...a deadly disease. The supporters have caught the disease, but there is no cure.

Default-user-icon Hammerhead (Guest) 12 January 2015, 01:17

The reason behind the peaceful approach is not the inability to send weapons or fighters to Bahrain, but rather the fact that the clerics, political leaders and people in Bahrain are preventing that and seeking a peaceful solution,” Hizbullah’s leader added.
To my understanding, this statement means that HA offered weapons but the Bahrainy Shiaa community refused.
What do you think Mowaten ?

Thumb westernlebanese 12 January 2015, 08:19

Hassan Nasrallah is a dick sucker... his end will be in syria with bashar the Israeli informant

Thumb joebustani 12 January 2015, 10:28

bless anyone person, entity, organization, brigade or country that inflicts pain and suffering, death, torture, and destruction upon the iranian sectarian terrorist militia and its members, supporters or followers wherever they may be.

Thumb ex-fpm 12 January 2015, 11:36

I read this article 15 minutes ago and now I see 10 down votes come down:))))