Iran’s terrorist mastermind Qassem Soleimani, head of the Revolutionary Guard’s “Quds Force” dirty-tricks squad, vowed that Bahrain’s “bloodthirsty regime” would be “toppled” over its decision to strip the Sunni Muslim country’s top Shiite cleric of his citizenship.
Calling the government of Bahrain as “Al Khalifa”, the commander of the terrorist Quds force, Qassim Suleimani said they should know better to take steps against a Shiite mullah who he called “red line” for the Iranian regime. Suleimani said taking action against this extremist “would set Bahrain and the whole region on fire, and it would leave no choice for people but to resort to armed resistance.”
He threatened the government of Bahrain saying “Al Khalifa will definitely pay the price for that and their bloodthirsty regime will be toppled,” in a statement to Iran’s Fars news agency transcribed by Reuters.
Soleimani predicted “a bloody intifada with consequences whose responsibility will fall on those who legitimize the arrogance of the Bahraini rulers,” according to CNN.
The Iranian regime commander also criticized the United States, whose Fifth Fleet is based out of Bahrain, and United Nations for indulging the Bahrani regime’s crackdown on dissent.
The unrest promised by Soleimani is already building.
Bahrani National Guard units have been deployed, and the Interior Ministry has promised legal action against “calls inciting security disturbances.”
CNN quotes another Fars report that relayed predictions of violent unrest from Lebanon’s Shiite terrorist group, Hezbollah.
Source; Britbart, 21 Jun 2016