By: Kayhan Int’l Staff Writer
Spymasters of the illegal Zionist entity had for years, if not decades, been regulator visitors to the Persian Gulf Island State of Bahrain, in order to teach the repressive Aal-e Khalifa minority regime more torturous methods against the Bahraini people.
So what difference does the latest visit to Manama of Yossi Cohen, the current chief of the notorious Mossad, and his talks with the leading henchmen of the Aal-e Khalifa regime, make?
Nothing at all, except unlike the stealth visits of the past, this time it was a public display of intimacy between two illegitimate regimes, which last month entered into a sort of marriage of convenience after long years of illicit relationship.
So, would such an open dalliance overawe the oppressed peoples of Palestine and Bahrain and browbeat them into submission?
Not at all, and on the contrary this is a sign of desperation by both Manama and Tel Aviv, and their failure to create an atmosphere of fear among their opponents.
As observers point out, there is nothing the Zionists and the Aal-e Khalifas can do to either prevent the Palestinians from their cherished goal of liberating their usurped homeland from the stranglehold of the east European non-Israelite Jews, or to dent the determination of the Bahraini Muslims to get rid of the pirate clan of the Khor Abdullah waterway that has no connection to their islands.
In other words, both the regimes think they are trying to make hay while the American sun shines, without realizing that sooner than later it will set, making the illegal provisions that they have accumulated taste bitter than poison.
Everyone knows that Palestinian liberation movements, such as Hamas, Islamic Jihad and others have gathered considerable strength over the past years, making it impossible for both the Zionist military machine and their spying networks to weaken them.
The same is the situation in Bahrain, although presently in the embryonic state, but all set to burst on the scene to give the regime a real headache that might prove to be fatal.
At the moment, the liberation movements in Bahrain are all prepared to make the decisive move when the need arises, and when they stage the popular uprising, despite the reign of terror, neither will Israel nor the US Fifth Fleet be able to save the Aal-e Khalifa.
The unjust status quo cannot continue for long in Bahrain, and will have to change, no matter if the regime resorts to dalliance with the devil itself in the vain hope of surviving.
As spelled out by Bahrain’s prominent religious leader, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim, who is currently in exile: "There is a great divergence between the rulers and the ruled in thoughts, aims, minds, and interests. The regimes are experiencing a psychological defeat and want to impose it on the people, while the people are determined to resist.”
This means victory for the people of Bahrain is nearer than one could imagine, and when it comes, the Palestinians will be among the beneficiaries, no matter if all the Arab reactionary and rootless regimes decide to worship collectively at the altar of Zionism.