Iran refutes Bahrain's terror cell allegations, terms 'baseless'

Iran refutes Bahrain's terror cell allegations, terms 'baseless'

Iran said Sunday that claims Bahrain had arrested a 116-member "terrorist cell" trained by Iran were "baseless".

(AhlulBayt News Agency) - Iran said Sunday that claims Bahrain had arrested a 116-member "terrorist cell" trained by Iran were "baseless".

"Pinning the blame on others and repeating outdated scenarios and baseless accusations against others will not help the Bahraini government resolve its problems with its citizens," said foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi on the ministry's website.

"We once again advise Bahraini officials to prepare the ground for engagement and dialogue with their own people instead of beefing up security and police arrangements," he added.

Bahrain's authorities claimed on Saturday that 116 people had been arrested on suspicion of links to Iran's Revolutionary Guards military force.

According to its official BNA news agency, the cell was accused of receiving training in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon.




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