Qatar Prime Minister’s Daughter Linked to Prostitution Ring


Qatar Prime Minister’s Daughter Linked to Prostitution Ring

Qatar Prime Minister’s Daughter Linked to Prostitution Ring

Islam Times – The Financial Times, a renowned British newspaper reported that the British Security Services had broken into a London apartment following concerns that the residence was used for terrorist activities, only to found that the premises were used for prostitution.

The apartment which is owned by non-other than Salwa Hamad bin Jassim, the Qatari Prime Minister’s daughter, raised some serious question marks over the young woman’s moral standards and the nature of her activities when in the United Kingdom. According to witnesses Salwa was actually at the apartment in the company of a westerner.

Although the Qatari embassy tried to prevent the scandal from seeing the light of day by offering $50 million to the paper, the Financial Times refused.

(Allah is Great!!!!) I will try to find also the video and post it!!! here is a video that I found!!!

source: http://www.islamtimes.org/vdcgux9quak9nn4.5jra.html

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6 comments on “Qatar Prime Minister’s Daughter Linked to Prostitution Ring

  1. “Although the Qatari embassy tried to prevent the scandal from seeing the light of day by offering $50 million to the paper, the Financial Times refused.”

    the brit rag FT refused?
    Nay these cancerous thugs were offered more by the islamophobes!
    the brit criminal love money above everything ask bae!

  2. Sorry , I could not find any of this on ft.com, the Financial Times site !!!
    Please be more carefull ! You will loose credibility !!
    It might be an counter insurgency operation to noncredibility of opposition news !
    Please check any links up to the supposed original one.

      • Your link up to ISLAM TIMES is OK.
        But ISLAM TIMES does NOT provide a link to London based FT, though they claim to present news from FT.
        My research was on FT !!
        It must have been found , except the story was removed from the database, which sometimes seem to happen on some media.
        Or it was in the paper version only.
        I don’t know how FT is handling this.

        • who cares? the TRUTH for sure will not come from FT
          I strongly endorse my earlier comment.
          Libya against Super Media Power cannot lose credibility (though i take your point) for the simple reason

          super power media is sewage outlet
          Viva GREEN LIBYA

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