Bahraini foreign ministry summoned on Sunday the Lebanese charge d’affaires over the remarks of Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah.
The Undersecretary of the Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abdulla Abdulatif Abdulla, urged the Lebanese charge d’affaires to condemn the latest remarks by Sayyed Nasrallah, calling on Lebanon to “take legal measures” regarding this issue, Arab daily, al-Riyadh reported on Sunday.
Earlier on Friday, the resistance leader denounced the arrest of General of Al-Wefaq opposition group, Sheikh Ali Salman , as a very serious step that implies the Bahraini authorities have reached a deadlock.
Sayyed Nasrallah praised the Bahraini people who have been peacefully demonstrating since four years.
“In Bahrain, there are people who are still demonstrating since four years. This is unique and different model in the world. Movements in all world arenas descended to violence except this arena (Bahrain), not because weapons cannot be used in Bahrain or arms and fighters cannot be delivered to it… but because of the will of clerics and political leadership that insists on the peaceful course,” his eminence revealed.
In his Sunday statement, Abdulla said that remarks by Hezbollah leader are “unacceptable intervention” in the internal issues of Bahrain and the Gulf.
He also noted that the remarks include “frank instigation on violence and terrorism.”