الجمعة، 25 يوليو، 2014



"For a long time, the Emirate of Qatar, a small oil a strong partner of the United States in the Middle East - as a host to the largest U.S. military base in the region on the one hand, and as a bulwark against Iran diplomat on the other hand. I took the Qatar opportunity Arab revolutions to expand its influence in the region enhanced billions of dollars from the proceeds of oil and natural gas, Vocdet discretionary funding for the new generation of Islamists throughout the Middle East, which raised questions about the vision for the area and whether the policies in conflict with the interests of the United States. Several reports revealed that Qatar funded Islamic groups and want to gain influence through investment in the countries of the "post-revolution" where the Islamists succeeded in politics for a while. I stopped the small kingdom for playing the role of neutral intermediary three years ago and turned to call for intervention "to help the" Libyan rebels in March 2011. One of the strategies chosen by Qatar to be used in self-defense since the early 1960 was the care of the Muslim Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 1928 a "political movement" enjoys popular support, and its members are looking for power in the name "Islam", which they describe as a system of ideological and social destruction. The focus of this policy is in Qatar el-Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who has its roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, and during the period of his exile in Doha has become in the nineties of the last century Islamic scholar most famous and influential in the Sunni world. This success would not have been happening without the great support of Al-Jazeera, where he has, until recently, his weekly show on the private channel named "Sharia and Life." Since the beginning of the Arab Spring uprisings, al-Qaradawi was severe in his support for Qatar's policies toward the Arab peoples in various armed rebellion in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria. In fact, the former emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, very skillful in the use of the Islamists, especially the Muslim Brotherhood to achieve the goals of his country and support their own internal legitimacy. The success of this policy is investigating the arrival of the Islamists to power in Tunisia and Egypt, Qatar and the ability to turn the direction of the Palestinian Islamic movement "Hamas" away from Syria and Iran. The reports said that the current support Qatar Islamic groups based on pragmatic, not ideological, they are betting that these Islamist parties will dominate in the future of governance in the Arab countries, especially after the victory of the Islamic movements in the elections in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. The first radical change in foreign policy to Doha when the Libyan revolution began in March / March 2011, where Qatar was the first Arab country to recognize the National Transitional Council as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people. She was among the first countries that provided warplanes to the NATO campaign (NATO) air strikes against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. They even helped to provide six fighter planes and pilots warheads to counter Gaddafi's forces. According to the Qatari advisers, Qatar has provided the rebels in Libya, weapons and supplies, training and financial support of up to 10 billion dollars. In addition, the Doha helped to launch a satellite channel loyal to the revolution to counter the propaganda media of Colonel Gaddafi. But some Libyans suspected in the role of Qatar, that have ulterior motives. "Qatar has supported the Muslim Brotherhood basically" - says Ali Altarhuni head of the National Transitional Council, in an interview with the former newspaper Waltham in January 2012. In Egypt, Qatar supports the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood there as well. In June 2012, has been elected Mohamed Morsi, leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, President of the Republic. In September / September 2012, Qatar has promised to invest 18 billion dollars in Egypt. It's the same in Tunisia, Qatar has provided funds for the Islamic Renaissance Movement, the Islamic movement that led the coalition government since the victory of the revolution and until January 2014, although the movement's leader Sheikh Rashid Ghannouchi and other officials in the Renaissance denied receiving any money from abroad. The success of the Muslim Brotherhood in Tunisia and Egypt in 2012 and 2013, Qatar gave new allies in both countries. And demonstrated success is important to the other in Qatar's ability to separate the alliance between the Hamas leadership and all of Syria and Iran. The Qatar have embraced Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas leader, for some time before the Arab Spring, as part of its policy of "mediation" to resolve differences Arab and Islamic countries. The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the first state visit to Gaza in October 2012 and pledged to provide 400 million dollars to rebuild homes and infrastructure. Meshaal, who spent ten years in Syria, had left and moved to Doha in February 2012. Muslim Brotherhood, with their networks and their affiliates all over the world now, given Qatar a significant impact has earned the Qataris on a network of their own through little cost and effort . The new interventionist policy of the State of Qatar was more pronounced in Syria, where Islamic groups supplied with money, equipment and weapons. The al-Jazeera, the media arm of Qatar, wide coverage for the Islamic brigades that are fighting the Syrian government, but aired long interviews with the leaders of the "revolutionaries" Islamists. He said the Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani: "Since there is no clear international opinion to end the crisis in Syria ... We support the opposition with everything you need, even if the weapon for self-defense." The link Qatari rebels Syrians part of a broader effort by the Emir of Qatar to get a greater impact for the emirate, while the funding is primarily harvested from making money from the largest natural gas fields in the world off its coast. The current Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani met in Kuwait last month with the foreign ministers of the five neighboring Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates. According to two people with direct knowledge of this meeting has brought the foreign ministers five simple message to a Prince: Stop, we know what you are doing. Because despite the fact that Qatar is only a small country but it hosts on its territory the center of the U.S. Central Command, at a time when it worked to provide material support to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas and supporting other extremist groups in Syria. The Qatar fund of contradictions! It is, despite its support for Islamic movements abroad, but the Islamic trend in society and politics, which is very limited. - See more at: http://www.alhadathnews.net/archives/116992 # sthash.jiP2CdZp.dpuf

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