ANTI-ISRAEL activists are calling for a wider public involvement in their campaign against normalisation with the "Zionists".
A meeting is being held today by the Bahrain Society Against Normalisation with the Zionist Enemy, Adliya, at 8pm, where a host of non-governmental organisations and MPs have been invited.
They will discuss steps to be taken following the Foreign Minister's unofficial meeting with his Israeli counterpart in New York earlier this month.
The society maintains that Bahrain should not have any interaction with anyone in Israel at any level.
"We are expecting a large number of people to attend this meeting where we will suggest presenting a number of letters to the Foreign Affairs Ministry and the Arab League to denounce the move," said society secretary Abdulla Abdulmalik.
"The meeting will also discuss an incident that took place in a private school where students were asked to colour the Zionist regime's flag."
"We hope to get more support from all societies and citizens in our campaign."
The Foreign Ministry issued a statement earlier this month stating that the meeting came within the framework of Bahrain's role in the Arab peace initiative, which called for maintaining contacts with all sides involved in the Middle East peace process, to defend the Palestinian cause.