The evil ‘Hamadain’ peddle the Brotherhood commodity!

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No matter what is said about Qatar, the “Hamadain regime” and Al Jazeera channel, the small will never be big. It will never be an influential power even if it hires all the mercenaries in the world!

Qatar has not stopped interfering in the affairs of other countries. It is unrivaled in playing a malicious role in serving the interests of terrorist doctrines, which are sponsored by Doha itself. It invites ideologues of political Islamization movements as well as extremist and violent groups to reside in the most luxurious residences in the capital of the “Hamadain” in order to hatch conspiracies against other countries.

This is the role that the Qatari leadership continues to play, despite the huge losses suffered by the state, because of the boycott of the four countries that support combating terrorism together with other countries that have joined the boycott.

Perhaps the most recent example of this reckless behavior was the revelation about the role of a foundation, funded by Qatar, in drafting articles of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi published in the Washington Post newspaper. Even after the Washington Post administration admitted that it had been susceptible to a Qatari penetration, the US newspaper led the fierce media campaign to discredit Saudi Arabia following Khashoggi’s death.

Of course, Al Jazeera of Hamadain is still wasting the money of the Qatari people in marketing the intellectual commodities of the Brotherhood, broadcasting programs aimed at poisoning the minds of Arab youth, and spreading falsehoods and slogans that are devoid of credibility and professional honesty.

It has become clear beyond any doubt that the “small” will remain captive to the erroneous notion that it is “big.” As soon as the Sudanese people went out on the streets of their cities to protest the economic policies of their government, the Qatari regime found an opportunity to intervene and subsequently the emir of Qatar contacted Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir

The Sudanese should be wary of Qatar’s policies. The telephone contact was not out of love for Sudan and its good people but part of an attempt to revive the abhorrent Qatari role in interfering in the affairs of other countries, and influencing situations prevailing in those countries. Everyone knows the ultimate outcome of the harmful interventions of Qatar in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria and Lebanon.

Doha had opened the doors of its hotels to the leaders of the Darfur rebel movements, and representatives of the Sudanese government for several years and thus was virtually dancing on the issue of civil war in Darfur. Although the efforts at Doha hotels resulted in the signing of the so-called “Doha Document,” the war in Darfur continues to claim the lives of Sudanese. Frustrated over Qatari interventions, these parties started searching for mediators in Abuja, Ethiopia and elsewhere.

The small Qatar is in a state of constantly attempting to flee from the reality of its smallness and the frivolousness of its empty-headed leaders. Despite the ongoing “fanfare” and Qatar’s claims that it would break the boycott and build alternative alliances, Doha has now found itself captive to Iranian and Turkish policies.

Moreover, on the economic front, things are not going well for the Qatari regime. Some economic indices, released by international organizations and global economic and financial institutions, clearly indicate that there will be a significant economic slowdown in Qatar. If anybody wants proof of this, he can a look at the credit ratings issued by Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings.

Indeed, the deposits of expatriates in Qatar have fallen by 24 percent since the four countries announced the severance of their political and economic relations with the regime of interventions and terror funding. This can be confirmed by other figures of the decline and the significant financial fall of Qatari sovereign institutions, such as Qatar Airways and telecommunications company Ooredoo QSC. Even the country’s foreign currency reserves have fallen 17 percent since the boycott began on 5 June 2017. These figures are contained in the report of the International Monetary Fund which is available on its website.

Financial scandals continue to haunt senior bankers after their hands and professional careers were tainted by dirty Qatari funds. Doha’s crazy attempts to control cyberspace have intensified after the disclosure of the Qatari regime’s scandalous attempts to penetrate the accounts and e-mails of thousands of politicians, diplomats, intellectuals and even Arab artists.

Instead of responding to the needs of the Qatari people, Tamim of Qatar, as well as his foreign minister, father and uncle chose to bring Turkish soldiers to Doha. The cost to Doha of maintaining a foreign soldier is equivalent to $9,000 per month!

Doha is trying to play on parallels that do not meet, as it clings to its attempt to woo US President Donald Trump’s administration on the one hand and at the same time seeks to have closer ties with Iran and Turkey. Doha spends hundreds of millions of dollars in media campaigns to discredit Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt.

It is certain that Qatar cannot avoid the reality of its geopolitical destiny. It is a small state, which does not have the means that will allow it to join the club of influential powers in the region and the world. It is in fact nothing more than a redundant worm that should have dispensed with its rejected behavior and protected its people from the immature Hamadain as long as they maintain Iran as their ally.

The author is a Saudi writer. Follow him on Twitter: @JameelAlTheyabi


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