RNA - According to an Israeli newspaper the Bahraini government has ordered the Bahraini mosque preachers to refrain from speaking against the Zionist regime.
The Zionist daily also referred to the visit of Bahraini football federation officials and the warm welcome by the Al-Khalifa regime as “a sign of end of Bahraini-Israeli hostilities.”
Experts believe that the normalization of relations will not result in the opening of embassies and agency offices in both sides, but relations between ministers, scholars and businessmen from both sides expand.
According to the experts, that it is unclear when these relations will begin publicly, but surely the Bahraini authorities will use this method to confront Iran.
"It's not a problem to establish relations with Israel, but it’s a problem to establish relations with Iran because Israel does not pose a threat to Bahrain and does not threaten our security," a Bahraini official said in an interview with a local news agency.
Bahraini mosque preachers have condemned the ban on speaking against the Zionist regime.
The king of Bahrain has also called cutting relations with the Zionist regime as “unreasonable” and emphasized the need for expansion of relations.