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- March 19, 2011
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Hams in Algeria rejects foreign intervention
Algeria’s Hams has stated that it rejects any foreign intervention in Bahrain to contain the anti-government protests.
Clashes have been witnessed between security forces and demonstrators, holding sit-ins in Pearl Square in the Bahraini capital Manama to claim political and economic reforms.
The political arm the Movement of Society for Peace, asserted in a statement that its national bureau offers its sympathy to the families and prays for those martyrs killed in Bahrain, stressing it strongly rejects foreign interference in internal affairs of the country. It argued that it believed the foreign interference is likely to complicate the situation in Bahrain.
The group urged the Bahraini authorities to respect the will of the people and their right to express peacefully their demands warning against sedition and sectarian strife that may threaten the unity and stability of Bahrain.