Four Jordanian activists interrupted the speech of Bahrain's minister of culture, Mai Al Khalifa, during a visit in Jordan. The Bahraini princess was highlighting her work within the ministry when two women and a man sitting the audience stood up and interrupted her speech shouting “No Sunni,no Shiite, the Arab people are one, the only enemy is Zionism." The three were also holding posters on which it was written "Where is Khawaja?"
Abdulhadi Al-Khawaja is a Bahraini activist. He has been on hunger strike for more than three months. The founder of the Bahrain Centre for Human Rights was imprisoned over his involvement in the Gulf kingdom's uprising last year. He faces charges which include "forming a terrorist group with intent to overturn the system of government. The prominent dissident was condemned to a life sentence over his participation in last year's uprising.
In the second part of the video another woman interrupted the princess shouting "He [Abdulhadi Alkhawaja] is locked up in Bahraini prisons and has been on hunger strike for more than 90 days now! Stop the tyranny and the oppression."