The Qatari poet Muhammad bin al-Dhib al-Ajami, commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in an American raid on Baghdad airport, lamented a poem that sparked anger on various social media sites.
Activists reminded the Qatari poet of the crimes that Qasim Soleimani carried out in the Arab countries, through direct supervision of all “Shiite” militias that fought and killed hundreds of thousands of Syrians and are still standing beside the Assad regime against a popular revolution that demanded freedom, dignity and peaceful change 9 years ago, In addition to the militias he oversees in Iraq.
Rathha bin Al-Theeb returned the poem of his compatriot Khalil Al-Shabrami to the interface in which he described Bin Al-Deeb years ago as a beggar, Al-Tartour and Al-Hosni, and the benefactor wherever the money was found was Bin Al-Dhaib. He also indicated that Bin Al-Deeb is reckless and imbecile, and that his expressions are logical.
It is noteworthy that Bin Al-Theb, a Qatari poet, was imprisoned for years in Qatar for delivering a poem criticizing the ruling family there and wishing for a revolution in Qatar along the lines of the Tunisian revolution in 2011, and mediated by many notables of Gulf countries and tribal elders until he was released to go out, denouncing the good and insulting those who were the reason for the release about him.