Al-Wefaq made the criticism in a statement published on its page on the X social media account after Bahraini and Emirati authorities offered “attractive” job opportunities to Israeli doctors while hundreds of their native doctors looked for jobs in the health sectors of the two kingdoms.
Upon recruitment, the Israeli doctors would be entitled to receive a salary three times higher than usual, free education for their children and a “golden visa” that allows for long-term residency as well as other benefits.
The opposition group said Al Khalifah regime's “generosity” for the illegal entity comes as “more than 300 Bahraini doctors suffer under the yoke of unemployment.”
Al-Wefaq underlined , “Despite the suffering of the Bahraini citizens, from the deteriorating living and economic conditions, the high prices, the escalation of taxes, the increase in the number of foreigners, in addition to the housing and health crises, the entity’s press talked about 24% of the entity’s arms sales in the year 2022, which went to Bahrain, the UAE and Morocco. And now you are talking about this offer to bring in a number of doctors to work in the country!”
The opposition group said the suffering of the people of Bahrain will continue “as public funds are spent to meet the aspirations of the occupying entity and the major powers, and are squandered to whitewash its overburdened human rights file.”
Last month, thousands of Israeli doctors joined a WhatsApp chat group to seek advice on emigrating abroad after the Knesset passed a law to reduce judicial oversight of the occupying regime.
Tens of thousands of protesters rallied for the 31st straight week on Saturday against the policies of Israel's hard-right cabinet, including the highly controversial judicial overhaul bill.
The protests have been a fixture since January, when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced his so-called judicial overhaul scheme as means of currying favor with his coalition's extreme-right parties.
The remaining parts of the overhaul package will be discussed after the Knesset returns from summer recess in October.
The premier alleges that the scheme is needed to redraw the balance of power between the politicians and the judiciary.
Opponents accuse Netanyahu of trying his hand at a power grab. They say the prime minister, who is on trial on several counts of corruption charges, is also attempting to use the scheme to quash possible judgments against him.
Source: Press TV
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