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Friday 21st of July 2017
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Senior Shiite cleric: Bahrain will not be healed through severe security choices

In a statement Thursday (July 6, 2017), Sayed Al-Ghuraifi noted that people are still praying for this country to be saved from all its crises that have become a huge burden on its people. He further stressed that "this country will not be healed by severe security choices, as they are choices that push towards more complications and tensions.

He confirmed that the country would "be healed from its crises through understanding, dialogue, and convergence, and when trust among all its components is enhanced, between the regime and the people."

"Severe choices have their hard results, and this is what we don't aspire for this country, and all its religious, social, legal, and political statuses," he went on to say.

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