IFLB

AcronymDefinition
IFLBIslamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain
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(42) One particularly significant Karbala-based preacher was Mohammad al-Husayni al-Shirazi, whose nephew Muhammed Taqi Mudarassi established the aforementioned Bahraini Hizballah and whose other cousin Hadi Mudarassi headed the 1981 coup attempt by the Iranian-sponsored IFLB. (43) According to Bahraini authorities, Hadi Mudarassi met in 2016 with Iraqi Shiite militias "to talk about escalating militancy in Bahrain in 2017." (44)
In December 1981, and then again in June 1996--a time when Iran was actively seeking to export its Islamic revolution--Bahrain publicly accused Iran of trying to organize a coup by pro-Iranian Bahraini Shiites (the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain, IFLB).
Being an active member of a known militant organisation (that was fairly unheard of outside the GCC) and simultaneously part of a global human rights organisation allowed Mr Al Khawaja and his IFLB colleagues to portray themselves as victims to international audiences while actively encouraging militancy to local audiences.
Concurrent to establishing the BCHR, Mr Al Khawaja helped establish the Islamic Action Society in 2002, or Amal political party, as a direct successor to the IFLB, whose spiritual leader, Ayatollah Hadi Al Modarassi, openly called for His Majesty's assassination during the 2011 unrest.
England's top clubs voted 19 to 1 to stay with the IFLB.
It was the IFLB who set the fee when Stephen Glass moved from Aberdeen to Newcastle United last season.
Lee said: "We had given notice to leave the IFLB but, after representations to us from the SPL, we have decided it will be better to try to achieve change from within rather than leave.
IFLB permission is needed to re-register the players within 12 months.
of Bahrain (IFLB), a party purportedly linked to Iran that allegedly
* A small Shiite faction, the Bahrain Islamic Action Society, is outlawed because it is a successor to the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain (IFLB), a party purportedly linked to Iran that allegedly committed or planned extremist actions in the 1980s and 1990s.
One political society (the Bahrain Islamic Action Society) is outlawed because it is a successor to the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain (IFLB), a party purportedly linked to Iran that allegedly committed or planned extremist actions in the 1980s and 1990s.