Qatar and the Houthis .. a new leak reveals the conspiracy against Saudi Arabia

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A recent leaked record revealed new details about the conspiracy of former Qatar emir Hamad bin Khalifa and his then Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim, known as “Hamdeen”, with former Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi with the aim of “dividing Saudi Arabia into several countries.”

The leak also reveals the support of Al-Hamdeen, who manage Qatar’s affairs to date, for Houthi ambitions in Saudi Arabia.

Putting the leak in its time context at the time and what is happening on the ground today, clearly reveals the seriousness and magnitude of the Qatari plot against Saudi Arabia that continues to this day.

In terms of temporal context, the recording time coincides with the period in which Qatar was active in saving the Houthis during their six wars with the Yemeni regime (2004-2010), more than once under the allegations of mediation.

The disclosure of the leak also comes at a time when Qatar is active in “identifying” with the Iranian project and its Houthi tool in Yemen, by providing Doha and informing it of support and cover for the Houthis, and launching campaigns of lies and slanders against the Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen.

From there it turns out that the old conspirators, who manage Qatar’s affairs to this day, are still working in various ways to implement old conspiracies. Failure has remained, and will continue to be aligned with them in implementing them.

This leak confirms once again the correctness of the position of the Arab Quartet states (Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt) in their position to boycott June 5, 2017, in support of terrorism and its efforts to destabilize security and stability in the region.

It also affirms the correctness of the position of the Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen aimed at confronting the threat of terrorist Houthi militias.

Size knot

In the recording, a dialogue appears between Hamad bin Khalifa, Hamad bin Jassim and Al-Qadhafi, revealing the size of hatred that the three parties have for the kingdom, and the complex of size that the small emirate suffers against the big state (the kingdom).

During the dialogue, Gaddafi talks about his pernicious scheme of dividing Saudi Arabia, saying: “The imposed Hijaz is a state, we find a state, Al-Ahsa is a state, and Al-Qassim is a state … It is possible that two dimensions will be achieved.”

Hamad bin Khalifa responds by supporting the plot, to seize the share of the Houthi terrorist militias from the kingdom after its division, according to their illusions, saying: “The Houthis consider the Hijaz as their state.”

Gaddafi replied, in response to his request: “That is, imposed.”

Here, Hamad bin Jassim intervenes, expressing his dissatisfaction at the obstruction of the late Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh to the Houthis in achieving their goal, saying: “The problem is with our friend … but (but) Brother Ali Allah makes it easier for him (not) satisfied.”

Re-read history

Putting those leaks, which are likely to have taken place between 2002 and 2007, in its historical context, which coincided with many Qatari interventions to save the Houthis under allegations of mediation, unveils the reasons for those interventions that were not understood at the time, and reveals the seriousness of the conspiracy that was being organized against the Kingdom From a sister country.

Qatar intervened to save the Houthi militia after government forces were about to eliminate it, as former Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa volunteered to mediate in an incomprehensible position at the time to settle the conflict, after the killing of its founder, Hussein Badreddine Al Houthi, in the third war (June 2006).

Qatar concluded a deal according to which the Yemeni army stopped its progress towards the mountainous region of Matrah, the last Houthi stronghold north of Saada governorate, in which the Houthi leader Abd Al-Malik Al-Houthi was present, in exchange for the brother of the Houthi movement founder, Yahya, and his father Badr Al-Din Al-Houthi, and his uncle Abdul Karim temporarily in Doha, and that Qatar pays aid, compensation and reconstruction.

The Houthis used that period to rearrange their papers, disavowed those agreements, and sparked a new war the following year.

The Qatari leadership again pressed the Yemeni government to conclude another agreement to stop the fourth war with a second agreement, and they soon disavowed the agreement, which the government was rejecting, which led Hamad bin Khalifa to visit Sana’a in May 2007 carrying with him half a billion donations and aid. Dollars, which persuaded Saleh to accept Qatari mediation again, stop the war instead of military decisiveness, and end the Houthi rebellion.

When the sixth war erupted in 2009, Qatar intervened again and the Doha Agreement was signed between the Yemeni government and the Houthis on June 21, 2010.

The successive Qatari intervention over the six wars during the period from 2004 to 2010, the continuous Iranian support, and the fragile security conditions that accompanied the so-called events of the Arab Spring, led to the growth of the Houthi military capabilities, increased their danger, seized Yemen, and threatened the Saudi borders.

After the Houthi coup in September 2014, Saudi Arabia announced responding to the request of Yemeni legitimacy, and mobilized an Arab and international alliance, and Qatar became involved in that alliance, to begin the process of liberating Yemen in March 2015, to reveal again the suspect role of Qatar and be expelled from the coalition, after boycotting the Quartet countries Al-Arabi, on June 5, 2017.

Masks fall

After being expelled from the coalition, and its conspiracy exposed, Doha revealed its true face, as it stepped up its support for the coup militia, and poured money on them with the aim of continuing to bomb Yemeni cities, vital installations and civilian objects inside Saudi Arabia.

It also launched a malicious media war through the “Al-Jazeera” channel and the media funded by Doha to distort the achievements of the alliance, and to stir up discord among its members, to dismantle it.

Even “Al-Jazeera” has become the official spokesman for the terrorist Houthi militias, promoting their ideas, defending them and praising their terrorist attacks targeting civilians in the Kingdom.

Today, the subversive Qatari role in Yemen – supporting the Houthi militias – has become noticeable to all, amidst a popular and official consensus on the need to confront the Doha plan aimed at prolonging the war, investing Yemeni human suffering, threatening the kingdom, and destabilizing security and stability in the region.

The Yemeni government accused the end of last March of the State of Qatar, of “identifying” with the Iranian project and its Houthi tool in Yemen, noting that Doha and its media are providing support and coverage to the Houthis.

In a series of tweets, Yemeni Minister of Information, Muammar Al-Iryani said, “We call on Qatar and Al-Jazeera, whose position has become clear in identification with the Iranian project in Yemen and its Houthi instrument, which in turn has embarked in the arms of Doha to obtain support and political and media coverage, to review its policies and distance itself from the Yemeni bloodshed that Mullahs enter Iran, as history will spare no one. ”

History has no mercy on traitors

The new leak comes to confirm the Yemeni government’s warning to Qatar that history will not have mercy on traitors and conspirators. No matter how long it takes, their plots and intrigues will be revealed.

It also confirms the leak after re-reading it in the historical context and linking it with what is happening on the ground today. The organization of “Al-Hamdeen” continues to organize intrigues and plots to target the kingdom.

This leak also reaffirms the correctness of the position of the Arab Quartet countries in their adherence to correcting Qatar’s policies, and mortgaging their crisis solution by changing their policy, which supports terrorism, and seeking to destabilize security and stability in the region, also confirms the correctness of the position of the Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen by expelling Qatar from the coalition, and realizing the danger The Houthis on the security and stability of the region.





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