Abdulnabi Salman said in an interview with the Arabic service of Russia's Sputnik news agency on Monday that Bahraini lawmakers were demanding an end to diplomatic relations with Israel, three years after the Manama regime signed the US-brokered Abraham Accords.
“The demands of the Bahraini MPs are a reflection of the aspirations of the [Bahraini] people,” Salman told the news outlet. “The most important demand is represented by the full cancelation of normalization and cutting all ties, which would mean the cancelation of the Abraham Accords.”
Salman added, “Ultimately, any decision on Bahrain-Israel ties is taken by Bahraini King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah and his government.”
Bahrain's lower house of parliament announced last week that the country had halted its economic relations with Israel amid the regime’s brutal onslaught against Palestinians in Gaza.
Bahrain also recalled its ambassador to the occupied territories and flights between Manama and Tel Aviv were suspended. At least eight countries, including Turkey and Jordan, have pulled their ambassadors from Israel since it launched the war in Gaza.
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