Azerbaijan, Baku, April 6 /Trend/
Iranian members of parliament signed a declaration to condemn Saudi Arabia's dispatching troops to Bahrain, IRNA reported on Wednesday.
Bahrainis began peaceful demonstrations calling for constitutional reforms in the capital's Pearl Square on February 14, and then called for an end to the Al Khalifa dynasty, which has ruled the country for almost two centuries.
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar have also dispatched their armed forces to the country upon Manama's request to help with the crackdown on peaceful protesters.
Iranian 200 MPs call Saudi Arabia to use military force against Israel denouncing Al-Riyad's military intervention to Bahrain, predominantly with Shiite population.