Algerian police have tried but failed to break up protests taking place in the capital, Algiers, demanding the departure of all figures associated with the regime of ousted president Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Human rights activists say Bahraini regime forces have stormed dozens of houses and arrested tens of activists across the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom as the ruling Al Khalifah dynasty does not shy away from its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy campaigners.
Iran’s Parliament speaker, Ali Larijani, said the “aggressive and racist” nature of the Israeli regime has always been and will remain a source of threat to the nations in the Middle East and to humanity, in general.
Bahrain has been the scene of anti-regime protests since 2011. People in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom have so far held peaceful demonstrations and called on the country’s authorities to meet their legitimate demands. They expect the ruling Al Khalifa family to respect their basic rights and release political prisoners without any preconditions.