"We are against any interference at one of the most holy places for Muslims and we strongly condemn what Israel is doing," said chairman of the Bahraini Society Against Normalisation of Relations with the Zionist Enemy, Mohammed Al Aradi, who led the protest.The BSANoRwtZE is definitely the "in" place to be in Bahrain.
Demonstrators condemned the demolition of some portions of Al Aqsa Mosque by the Israeli occupation forces and said Israel should be immediately stopped from digging tunnels around it. "This is a direct affront to Muslims," said Mr Al Aradi.
"This is damaging the foundations of the historic structure and the whole action smells of a Jewish conspiracy."
He said any damage to Al Aqsa Mosque would hurt the feelings of Muslims around the globe and called on the UN to intervene.
This is not the first time Mr. Al Aradi has been in the news. Previously, his organization's name was slightly different:
Mohammed Al-Aradi, head of the Society for Resisting Normalization with the Zionist Enemy in Bahrain, expressed outrage at the government decision and said bilateral agreements could not override Arab League decision, according to a report by Arab News.
Obviously, the SfRNwtZE name does not have nearly the pizazz as BSANoRwtZE.
It appears that Mr. Al Aradi also has a government job in Bahrain, as a public prosecutor where he prosecutes fairly petty cases.
Sounds like a very hip dude.