Tue Feb 21, 2017 6:39PM
This file photo taken on January 8, 2015 shows Bahraini protesters taking cover during a confrontation with police in the village of Bilad al-Qadeem, on the outskirts of the capital Manama. (Photo by AFP)
This file photo taken on January 8, 2015 shows Bahraini protesters taking cover during a confrontation with police in the village of Bilad al-Qadeem, on the outskirts of the capital Manama. (Photo by AFP)

The resilience and determination of the Bahraini people will bear fruit and they will reach their legitimate rights, which are freedom and justice for all Bahrainis, says Saeed Shehabi, a Middle East Expert from London.

The Manama regime continues to suppress opposition and freedom-seeking Bahrainis, but “dictatorship, aggression and injustice cannot be allowed to prevail,” Shehabi said on Tuesday.

Despite all the agonies, bloodshed, killings, punishments and tortures, there is a great hope for the future of Bahrain, he said, arguing that “the more the regime commits crimes, the nearer its end is going to be, because you cannot have dictatorship with blood [on its hands] continuing forever,” he argued.

Shehabi also underlined that there would be an end to the misery of the Bahraini people, because tyrants would not remain in power for a long period.

On Monday, scores of Bahrainis staged a rally on Sitra Island, located five kilometers south of the capital, Manama, to voice outrage at the killing of 21-year-old activist Abdullah al-Ajouz earlier in the day in custody.

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The analyst further criticized the international community and other institutions for doing nothing to stop crackdown of Bahrainis by the Al Khalifah regime, which is supported by Saudi petrodollars.

Thousands of Bahraini protesters have held demonstrations on an almost daily basis ever since a popular uprising began in Bahrain in mid-February 2011.