Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Dubai: Hezbollah trained bomber in Bahrain attack

Dubai: Hezbollah trained bomber in Bahrain attack

Dahi Khalfan Tamim. (AFP/Marwan Naamani)




BEIRUT - Dubai Police chief Dahi Khalfan Tamim said that a Hezbollah-trained

operative perpetrated the Monday blast that killed three police officers

outside Bahrain's Manama, including an Emirati national.




"The criminal who carried out the operation to assassinate the Emirati

martyr, First Lieutenant Tareq Mohammed al-Shehhi, used to go to Lebanon and

was given explosives training by Hezbollah," Khalfan said in a message on

the social networking Twitter site.




The police chief went on to accuse the Bahraini opposition of taking sides

with Iran against Gulf States.




"The Bahraini opposition has become an enemy to the states of the Arabian

Gulf and a close friend of the Persians [Iran]."




An explosion on Monday killed three security troops in the Shiite-populated

town of Daih outside Bahrain's capital when security forces from the Gulf

state dispersed a demonstration.




A Shiite-led uprising against the Bahraini kingdom was crushed in 2011,

however security incidents and sporadic demonstrations have persisted.



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