Bahrain accuses Qatar of plot to topple regime with ‘Academy of Destruction’
Bahraini TV has broadcast a documentary entitled the "Academy of Destruction" that shed light on the work of the Academy of Change which Doha backs and aired confessions that Doha wanted to topple the regime in Bahrain.
According to the aired confessions, figures who were embraced by the academy were sent to Manama to execute the Qatari goal to spread incitement and chaos to topple the regime in Bahrain.
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The Academy of Change is headed by Hisham Morsy, the son-in-law of Yusuf al-Qaradawi who is on the black list issued by the four countries which boycotted Qatar.
What’s dangerous is that there is a relation between the Academy of Change and the terrorist cells in Qatif and the violence that erupted there.
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According to the confessions aired by the Bahraini TV, the academy’s ideas and principles are based on The Nahda Project which Azmi Bishara, the former Knesset member and the consultant of Qatar’s emir, supervises.
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