|code: 237767||Date: 2011/04/21||source: alsabaah|
Bahrain Millitary Forces Attack Iraqi Shia Sailors in the Port of Salman
He said a member of the House of Representatives, the governorate of Basra Uday awwad in an exclusive statement to "Assabah": that a military force armed by the middle of the night last Sunday attacked the ship, which is carrying a crew Iraqis, taken at gunpoint to one of the parties in the dock and detained there for several hours and beaten severely humiliated.
The deputy asked the liberal bloc, the federal government to file a complaint to the UN Security Council and an urgent investigation of this crime, which he described as an attack on national sovereignty, he pointed out that the military force the crew was informed that doing so is the position of the government of Bahrain in response to the declaration of the Iraqi council of representatives solidarity with the people of Bahrain.
For his part, said a source in the Ministry of Transport, asked not to be named, "Al Sabah" that the headquarters of the ministry and maritime transport had received a message for help from the crew of the ship after they were exposed to attack after midnight last Sunday night. It is worth mentioning that the ship (nasser) chartered United Arab Emirates company to transport shipments of food from the United Arab Emirates port to the port of salman in the kingdom of Bahrain to a company of maritime transport in Iraq.
He explained that the force broke into the room command center and took the ship captain thamir said and the other one of the at the bahraini port, adding that the crew was informed before their release that what it did was to respond to the position of the Iraqi house of representatives of the intifada bahraini. However, sources said the UAE in an exclusive statement to "Al Sabah" that the force that attacked the ship is of the Bahraini security forces on the government.
He added that this force known to the use of extreme violence in carrying out their duties to work along the Peninsula Shield.
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