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    Posted March 20, 2011 by
    Bahrainia
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    Manama, Bahrain
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    London Based Iranian website calls for Jihad in Bahrain

     

    19th March 2011; An Iranian Company based in London has created a website www.rahil.ir calling men and women from Iran to come to Bahrain for Jehad.

    So, far the website has 1686 volunteers who are ready to lose their lives in the name of revolution.

    The anti-government protestors have continued there revolutionary style activities around the island namely attacking, murdering innocent unarmed police and civilians, creating road blocks to trap motorists and violence apposing any form of security forces in the country. Due to the escalation of violence and more realities uncovered of terrorist activities and military style bunkers and ambushes created by the protestors, the country now has a military presence to bring back safety and security into the country.

    The website has images of staff at Salmaniya Medical Complex and graphic images of seriously injured and dead protestors. In this day and age it is an easy process to send images across the globe, but to send such graphic photographs and encourage people to perform Jehad is another indication of the protestors’ agenda and involvement with full support by outside forces.(PeaceBahrain)

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