May 29, 2023

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Open Sasa’s shrine: National Accord launches campaign to reopen religious shrine closed by Bahraini authorities

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Shrine of Sasa Bin Sohan Al-Abdi

The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society has called on the Bahraini authorities to reopen the more than 1,300-year-old Sasa Bin Sohan Al-Abdi Shrine, located in the south of Bahrain.

Al-Wefaq affirmed that the special accommodation given to a large section of Muslims in Bahrain and abroad, closing it down and barring citizens from entering, is a blatant challenge to citizens’ feelings and beliefs and demonstrates the level of persecution. Citizens are insulted in their rituals and beliefs.

In a statement, Al-Wefaq said, “The regime hides behind the slogans of coexistence and tolerance and gives millions of money to buy the positions of relevant organizations and institutions, praising it as an organization that believes in coexistence and tolerance. Violations and persecutions and fighting against religious freedoms.”

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The association, through its official Twitter account, released a video clip showing the extent of the damage to the religious place of worship.

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