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It is now more evident than ever before that Qatar is playing a vital role in stoking up the chaos which is tearing Syria apart.
Informed sources have recently exposed that in the heart of Doha stand centers for training assassins of different nationalities who are dispatched to Syria to fight against the Syrian government. These would-be assassins are subjected to heavy military training as well as Wahhabi teachings.
In point of fact, Qatari elements have ratcheted up their activities in several countries including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen and Chechnya and embarked on an intensive recruitment of ready-to-combat warriors. Recruitment is conducted covertly by front organizations working under the banner of job centers for foreign workers.
The truth is that Qatar State Security eyes impoverished countries as good markets for death warriors. To the Qataris, Wahhabi teachings are first priority. After recruitment, these people are transferred to training centers in Doha on a weekly basis and subjected to military training and ideological indoctrination under the supervision of Qatari Special Forces.
Established in June 2004 through a merger of the former General Intelligence Service (mukhabarat) and the Investigation and State Security Service (mubahith), Qatar State Security is tasked with supervision of these centers and works in close cooperation with officers who used to be part of Saddam Hussein’s Baath army. The trained warriors are then infiltrated into the Syrian soil through Libya, Turkey and Jordan.
Between January 3, 2012 and April 2013, Qatari military planes have carried out 90 flights to Libya, Turkey and Jordan and transferred the trained death warriors to Syria through these countries.
It should be noted that Qatar has long been fighting a proxy war in Syria and thanks to her indefatigable efforts, Syria has sunk into dereliction and shambles in terms of infrastructure.
The tiny, oil- and gas-rich emirate has been shipping arms to the Syrian rebels fighting the government of President Bashar al-Assad since 2011.
Intelligence experts claim that since the beginning of 2011, Qatar has used a shadowy arms network to move “at least two shipments of shoulder-fired missiles to the militants in Syria and that they have used them against Syrian Air Force.”
According to western officials, the missiles were provided by Qatar, which bought them from an unknown seller and brought them to Turkey.
It is not yet quite clear what intentions the tiny emirate harbors in mind in lavishing petrodollars and the wealth of the Arab nation on a handful of brainwashed militants fighting in Syria and what benefits she shall reap in the long run. Yet, what matters greatly at this juncture in time is that a nation is being torn apart, a population displaced and a people deprived of basic rights on account of foreign intervention in the country.
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