Bahraini forces reportedly vandalized the mosque in Diraz late on May 12.

The Manama regime forces have so far raided dozens of mosques, schools, sacred sites and even graves in persisting efforts to crush anti-government opposition.

Meanwhile, a Bahraini revolutionary movement has called on all people in the Persian Gulf island nation to participate in the “Day of Sacred Defense” protest rallies following Friday prayers.

The demonstrations will mark a new phase in the ongoing revolution to oust the ruling al-Khalifa family, activists of Bahrain’s 14th of February revolutionary movement said in a letter.

Anti-government protests against the rule of the al-Khalifa dynasty in Bahrain began in mid-February.

In March, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait deployed their troops in crisis-hit Bahrain to reinforce the brutal armed crackdown on Bahraini protesters.

Scores of protesters have been killed and many others arrested and sent to unknown locations during Manama’s violent crackdown on protesters. A number of the killings have occurred under torture.