Qatar sends undercover terrorists inside media houses


In a shocking revelation it has been learnt, Qatari rulers are not only spending hundreds of millions of dollars towards funding and patronizing terrorism in the Middle East and the world, it also is deploying undercover terrorists inside various media outlets including its own – Al Jazeera.

It was earlier reported in the media that Qatari rulers are spending millions of dollars towards students studying journalism, international relations and diplomacy in top-graded universities in the United States and Europe. It is also learnt, Qatar spends significantly in placing these students on completion of studies in targeted Western media outlets, including leading newspapers and TV channels as reporters, commentators, columnist, analysts and in various positions. Prior to this, these Qatar-funded and patronized students connected to terrorist organizations such as Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and even Al Qaeda and Islamic State.

Seeking anonymity, a source said, while Qatari rulers have been maintaining connections with Hizb Ut Tahrir, since October 7 Hamas pogrom in Israel, Doha also has been funding Hizb Ut Tahrir’s ongoing movement against Israel and Jews.

Recently, Britain has decided to designate Hizb Ut Tahrir, while Home Secretary James Cleverly in a statement said, “Hizb Ut Tahrir is an anti-Semitic organization that promotes and encourages terrorism, including praising and celebrating the appalling October 7 attacks”.

According to i24 News, Samir Muhammad Wishah, a journalist of Al Jazeera news network during daytime works as a commander in an anti-tank unit of Hamas by night. The contents of his laptop, found by the IDF in Gaza, offer ample documentation of this double career.

Describing the dual role of Wishah, Avichay Andraee, an IDF spokesperson for Arabic media said, “In the morning, a journalist on Al Jazeera, and in the evening, a terrorist in Hamas! During operations by our forces several weeks ago, inside one of the Hamas camps in the northern Gaza Strip, a laptop belonging to someone named Muhammed Samir Muhammed Wishah, born in 1986 from Bureij, was seized where it is clear from the documents that Muhammed Wishah is a prominent commander in the anti-tank missile units in the military wing of Hamas”.

The IDF spokesperson further revealed that Wishah’s deep affiliation with Hamas also included research and development work in the terror group’s aerial units. Andraee presented photos of Wishah training Hamas terrorists and firing anti-tank missiles. He predicted that IDF troops would likely discover more cases of Arab journalists who serve in the ranks of Hamas and other terrorist organizations.

Avichay Abdraee’s ‘X’ post includes photos showing the Al Jazeera journalist teaching Hamas members how to fire anti-tank missiles and set up equipment. The journalist was transferred in late 2022 to the field of research and development in the Hamas Air Force, according to the seized documents.

The IDF’s English-language X account responded to the revelations, posting “Hey @AlJazeera, we thought your journalists were supposed to give unbiased reports on situations, not actively participate in creating them on the front lines as Hamas terrorists”.

It may be mentioned here that war on Israel was declared on Qatar’s Al Jazeera TV by Hamas military commander Muhammad Deif, on the morning of the Jewish holiday and Sabbath, October 7. This amounts to a declaration of war by Qatar on Israel through Hamas. Since then, Al Jazeera has broadcast all of Hamas’s messages. Its Arabic channel is the megaphone for all of Hamas’ messages. Worse, their reporters are going all over Israel, with Israeli press passes, and are actually spying on the Israel Defense Force (IDF) and passing vital information on to Hamas in the form of reporting.

The female broadcasters of Al-Jazeera, pretending to be Westernized, could not hide their glee when reporting on the Hamas atrocities of October 7 – including the rape and burning of Jewish women and girls.

Al Jazeera directed Hamas to special targets such as Israel’s natural gas facilities in the Mediterranean Sea, and brings experienced Arab generals to analyze the front and give Hamas their best advice based on information that Hamas does not even have. Al Jazeera invented the whole lie of the Al-Ahli hospital that Israel allegedly bombed, which sparked violent demonstrations across the West. Unfortunately, Western media outlets such as Reuters, Associated Press, BBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Washington Post and others simply parroted Al Jazeera’s claim without even bothering to verify the fact.

Everyone in the media world knows how Qatar uses its wealth to force its way into the centers of power in the West. Qatari Ambassador to the US Meshal bin Hamad Al Thani has been discussed in the French media, based on leaked Qatari documents, regarding alleged bribing of the French minister Jean-Marie Le GuenMeshal never sued the French news website, Blast, that reported on this; he would be the last one to write about Qatar as an honest broker.

It might be an eye-opener for the US State Department to know that this ambassador has no credibility because of his alleged involvement in bribing a French minister.

Ruling Qatari regime is notoriously inclined towards funding Islamist terrorism with the exposed agenda of promoting Islamic conquest throughout the world – including the West. With this agenda, Qatar is funding Hamas, Al Qaeda, Islamic State (ISIS), Taliban and other jihadist terrorist groups throughout the Middle East and the world.

Former Saudi intelligence chief Prince Turki Al-Faisal said in 2019 that Iran and Qatar had cooperated with Al Qaeda, particularly against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

David Cohen, former US Treasury undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence said that Qatar finances terrorists who live in Doha. Hamas is not the only Islamist organization that Qatar has supported over the years.

The German media news organization Die Zeit was first to report, in July 2020, on an American security contractor’s revelation that Qatar is financing Lebanese Hizbullah, an organization designated terrorist by the US and the EU.

The Al Thani family, which rules Qatar, supported the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM).

Richard Clarke, counterterrorism advisor to Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, who revealed Qatar’s role with regard to 9/11 through its hiding of KSM, the future mastermind of those attacks, in Doha.

When the FBI came to arrest KSM, informing only the emir of Qatar, within hours KSM disappeared. Clarke concludes as follows: “Had the Qataris handed [KSM] over to us as requested in 1996, the world might have been a very different place”.

The United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism (UNOCT), whose records show that Qatar finances terrorists.

In 2017, four Arab countries — Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Bahrain—launched a boycott of Qatar due to the Al Thani family’s support of terrorism and the Islamic Republic of Iran. These countries also demanded that Qatar shut down Al Jazeera.

That same year, the Subcommittee on the Middle East And North Africa of the US House Committee on Foreign Affairs devoted a hearing to Qatar’s role in harboring terrorists and financing terrorism. The hearing, titled “Assessing the US-Qatar Relationship”, focused on Qatar’s material aid to Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, named in the 9/11 Commission Report as “the principal architect of the 9/11 attacks”, and Al Qaeda and its affiliates, the Taliban, Libyan Islamists terrorists, and Hamas.

In 2019, the Saudi journalist Adnan Muhammad said on Saudi Arabia’s Saudi 24 TV: “Qatar played a role in Somalia by supporting the terrorist Al-Shabab movement, which has been a branch of Al-Qaeda since its establishment in 2004”. He added: “Qatar’s penetration of the Somali political leadership enabled it to gain control. Fahad Yasin was Al-Jazeera’s correspondent in Somalia, and he has now managed to become the head of the National Security and Intelligence Agency in Somalia”, reportedly in exchange for Qatar’s support for the government of Somalia.

In Spain in 2005, Al Jazeera correspondent Tayseer Allouni was sentenced to seven years in prison for transferring funds to Al Qaeda – and Al Qaeda even issued a public statement in support of him.

Al Jazeera broadcast, live, an Iraqi sniper’s killing of an American soldier – meaning that it had to coordinate with the killer to film the killing.

In 2008, the channel hosted a birthday party for the Lebanese terrorist Samir Al-Quntar, complete with a big cake, a band, and fireworks. Al-Quntar had been convicted and imprisoned in Israel for his 1979 terror attack, in which he killed a four-year-old girl by bashing her head against a rock after shooting her father at close range.

Many in the West now see it for what it is. Both militant Islam and its resurgent handmaiden antisemitism, especially among the young, are already provoking shock in the West among some liberal elite audiences. Leftwing antisemitism, long a problem that was covered up, has been vividly exposed. A reaction to this type of activism is likely to lead to greater Western acceptance to limits on immigration, course corrections on campus, and even a partial shift toward the political right, as was observed in the recent Dutch elections. But the conflict may be far from over and the cascading series of consequences have yet to run their course.



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