Tuesday, June 15, 2021

  • Tuesday, June 15, 2021
  • Elder of Ziyon


Professor Ahdia Ahmed Al-Sayed is the first woman to chair the Bahraini Journalists Association.

Speaking to the American Jewish Press Association, she said that the Bahraini community did not accept her and many of her fellow journalists because of their explicit support for Israel’s normalization agreement.

“Yes, I was bullied and harassed on social media,” she said. 

Al-Sayed strongly implied that she was threatened, saying that her attackers went beyond “what can be said about women” in Bahrain.

Earlier, during an interview with Israeli radio, she stated that “the Palestinians have not offered themselves anything for seventy-two years, yet the normalization agreement with Israel does not contradict Palestinian interests.”

Al-Sayed plans to lead the first delegation of journalists from Bahrain to Israel this year.

 








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