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The world without Qatar
Material posted: Publication date: 17-07-2013

After the unexpected departure of Qatar with the international political scene was followed, a week later, the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi in Egypt. Although these two events there is no causal relationship, they together will radically change the future of the entire Arab world.

Within two weeks the Muslim brotherhood, which Washington promised to give the reins of power over the entire Arab world, have lost two of their main levers of power. The Emir of Qatar Hamad al-Thani was forced on 25 June to give up power, and with him left his post, his inspirer and Prime Minister Hamad bin Y al-Thani. July 3, President Mohamed Morsi was removed from power by the Egyptian military, and shortly thereafter were indicted and arrest warrants for prominent figures of the Egyptian movement, including Supreme leader of the brotherhood Mohamed Badie.

It seems that declining Emir Hamad to the transfer of power, Washington did not expect such a change of power in Egypt. The United States, which couldn't stand the political-financial machinations of Emir, did however, Qatar micro-state. Washington never questioned the assistance of the Emir of the Muslim brotherhood, nor the role of the latter in Cairo. The main thing was the power of the Emirate.


The role of the Muslim brotherhood

Be that as it may, the sudden arrival of the Brotherhood to power in Egypt in June 2012 gave the opportunity to reveal the true purpose of the "Arab spring" - a new era of colonization based on the secret agreement between the Muslim brotherhood, the United States and Israel. For Brotherhood is the forced Islamization of North Africa and the East, for Washington, economic globalization, and to tel Aviv – the continuation of the separate camp David peace agreement.

It is important to understand that "the Brotherhood has become the spearhead of Arab Zionism", according to the expression of Lebanese thinker Hassan Hamada. The same is confirmed in his sermons "spiritual Advisor" of the Qatari channel al Jazeera Yusuf Sheikh al-Qaradawi, arguing that if Mohammed were among us today he would have lived in peace with Israel and supported NATO.


The Ideology Of The Brotherhood

This position was supported by the structure of the Muslim brotherhood. Although this organization is international coordination, the Fellowship itself is not a unified organization, but consists of numerous disparate groups. In addition, there are different levels of membership, and each of them has its own ideology. But they all rallied around a single slogan – "Allah is our objective the Quran is our law, the Prophet is our leader, Jihad is our path and be a Martyr – is our highest hope." In addition, they all believe in the teachings of Hassan El Banna (1906-1949 G. g) and said Katbi (1906-1966 d. d).

In fact, the Brotherhood is built on the same principle as all Salafi movements (that is, trying to live as the companions of the Prophet) or takfirists ( i.e. fighting with apostates) in cooperation with the CIA. For example, Ayman al-Zawahiri, the current leader of al-Qaeda, withdrew from its ranks. Being a faithful agent of the United States, he brought to power of President Hosni Mubarak, organizing the murder of Anwar Sadat. Today he became the spiritual leader of the Syrian rebels.

The brotherhood has always been a minority in all States where it arose, including Egypt, where it has won the election boycott, which was supported by 2/3 of the entire population. Then it organized armed groups to fight against dictatorships, and tried to seize power by force or deception. Her behavior is characterized by the fact that "the end justifies the means". Therefore, it is difficult to distinguish that its ideology is real and what is a political seduction. In particular, the case of Egypt has shown that the democratic form was temporary and it was only enough for the election.

Although the initial aim of the movement was the struggle against British domination, it quickly came into conflict with Arab nationalism – the main opponent of imperialism in the region. Conscious of the role that could play Brothers, the English, masters of covert manipulation, do not have to deal with them, and forged relationships with them and supported them in the fight against the nationalists. And today, the international coordination of the Brothers is from London.

The "Arab spring" (since December 2010) is essentially a new version of an old Franco-British strategy of the "Arab uprising" against the Turks (1916-1918 G. G.). Only this time his goal was to bring to power a pseudo-independent puppet instead of the old Ottoman administration, and new puppets, adapted to globalization, is the same puppets, but became disagreeable.


Qatar international arena

After the change of command in Qatar money the Muslim brotherhood has ceased to flow in Syria, Palestine, Egypt, Libya and elsewhere. The Emirate is focusing force on domestic issues and intends to allocate $ 200 billion on preparations for the world Cup in five years.

This unexpected withdrawal from the international arena leaves a free field for Saudis and citizens of the Emirate - both those, and others seek to support the new government in Egypt.

Contrary to expectations, the rivalry between Qatar and Saudi Arabia have forced Iran to support Mohamed Morsi in Egypt, whereas in Syria it supports Bashar al-Assad. Unexpectedly Tehran appeared to be more related to the draft Egyptian Brothers on "the Islamization of the state" than with the project supporters of Nasser to liberate Palestine from colonial occupation.

In the end, Qatar's international arena demonstrates the rebalancing of power in the Anglo-Saxon camp. After him, the government Commission for control of intelligence services of the US Congress and the UK House of Commons has not supported the supply of arms to the Syrian "rebels".

The failure of the Muslim brotherhood is not only a defeat for the Brotherhood, but also for those in London and Washington set out to rebuild Northern Africa and the middle East, and then, in order not to lose the influence, tried to sow chaos there.


Thierry Meyssan


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