August 15, 2022

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Hanucah dancing draws Bahrain ire

http://jewishrefugees.blogspot.com/2017/01/hanucah-dancing-draws-bahrain-ire.html

With the possible exception of the king and his immediate entourage, it seems that few Bahrainis are prepared to  ‘normalise’ relations with Israel, let alone see Bahrainis dancing with Jews as anything less than a provocation. Elder of Zion reports:



The backlash from the videos of Jewish Americans dancing in Bahrain keeps snowballing. A dozen “civil society” institutions have condemned it, saying: 

The visit of this delegation was provocative and the accompanying dances to the music of Talmudic songs called for the establishment of the temple on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque, in front of historic Bab Al Bahrain [square], and before that in the house of a businessman with a number of traders..This provocation caused a deep psychological wound and is blatantly opposed to Arab and Islamic values ​​in support of our brothers the heroic Palestinian people against the arrogance of the Zionists and their obnoxious occupation of the land of Palestine violating all moral and human values.

The  Bahrain Council of Representatives sent out a series of Tweets denouncing the event.

“The House of Representatives expresses its rejection and condemnation of what was done with a number of traders and businessmen in the Kingdom of Bahrain from trying business and social  normalization  with the visiting US delegation. We stress the strong condemnation of the unacceptable behavior, which provoked and embarrassed the Bahraini street which supports the rights of the Palestinian people. The Hebrew dance and songs called for an alleged temple on the ruins of Al-Aqsa and they handed the [Bahrains] the Masonic logo.[This means a menorah – EoZ]
The Council reiterated Bahrain’s position of rejecting all forms of normalization, communications and establishing relationships with the rapist Israeli entity, and that any move and act opposed to Bahraini law, and the principles of the Bahraini people.”

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