Qatar and Al-Jazeera would appear to be controlled by the CIA and its friends in MI6 and Mossad.

A. Remember that lots of Muslims work for the CIA and its friends. (Foreign Arabs clamor to join Mossad, IDF)

“Thousands of foreign Arabs have sent requests to Israeli government agencies … offering to serve … Mossad.

“Israel’s Foreign Ministry told the Yediot Ahronot newspaper that it is receiving requests even from ‘members of Arab parliaments, members of political movements and other important political figures.'”

B. Tiny Qatar played a very big part in toppling Gaddafi in Libya(

C. Qatar’s Al-Jazeera was set up by two French-Israelis, David and Jean Frydman.

D. The current ruler of Qatar was reportedly put into power with the help of the CIA and MI6.

E. Qatar has a giant air base used by the USA.

According to a former US intelligence contractor: the main source of support for the Libyan rebels came from Q-SOC, the Qatari special forces.

Q-SOC trained the rebels.

The Qataris were the first foreign military on the ground providing military training.

Qatar provided air support.

The Qatari military are trained by British and French forces.

Qatar’s Al-Jazeera TV played its part in helping the CIA and its friends topple the regimes of Ben Ali in Tunisia and Mubarak in Egypt.

Now Al-Jazeera is helping the CIA and its friends against Syria.

Let’s look at some history:

Al-Jazeera has recruited a number of former BBC journalists; BBC journalists are believed to have connections to MI6 and its friends.

Al-Jazeera also has links to the CIA’s Voice of America.(televised.)

And, Al-Jazeera has links to the Muslim Brotherhood which has long worked for MI6 and the CIA. 

Thierry Meyssan, at Voltaire Network, on 26 September 2011, tells us more about Qatar’s Al-Jazeera.


According to Meyssan:

1. Al-Jazeera was conceived by two French-Israeli personalities, the David and Jean Frydman brothers.

2. BBC journalists were recruited to launch Al-Jazeera.

3. The new emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, had toppled his father with the help of London and Washington.

4. Sheikh Hamad authorized the Israeli Ministry of Commerce to open an office in Doha. 

Mahmoud Jibril, the new boss of Libya. He is also the boss of Jtrack. And allegedly he is a CIA asset.

5. Sheikh Hamad brought in a firm called JTrack to help al-Jazeera.

“From Morocco to Singapore, JTrack has trained most of the political leaders backed by the United States and Israel, often mere heredity puppets…”

6. Al-Jazeera played its part in the Arab Spring.

“In Egypt the uprising was harnessed in the interest of a single element of the opposition: the Muslim Brotherhood…”

7. The boss of JTrack is Mahmoud Jibril.

As the the number two man in the Libyan government, Jibril organised the deregulation of Libya’s socialist economy and the privatization of its public enterprises.

8. Jibril has personal relationships with almost all the Arab and Southeast Asian leaders.

Jibril has created trading companies, including one dealing with Malaysian and Australian timber in partnership with his French friend, Bernard-Henri Levy.

9. Jibril has studied in the USA and he is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

10. With Jibril as prime minister of the rebel government of Libya, “the height of duplicity was reached when a replica of the Green Square and Bab-el-Azizia was built-in the studios of Al-Jazeera in Doha, where footage of false images was shot portraying pro-US ‘insurgents’ entering Tripoli.”

Al-Jazeera and Sky News broadcasted these fake images.



Abduction of the Libyan prime minister, Ali Zeidan

Abduction of the Libyan prime minister, Ali Zeidan

An armed group abducted Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, on October 10th 2013, at the Corinthia Hotel, where he was staying since he returned to his country.

A former diplomat, he had defected in the 80’s. Ali Zeidan founded the National Front Party, together with the current chief of state Mohammed Magariaf, on October 7th 1981 in Khartoum. The Party – in reality a facade for the Muslim Brotherhood – organized several political coup attempts (notably the one on May 8th 1984) financed by Saudi Arabia and the United States. In this way, the National Front Party killed many more Libyans than Muammar al-Gaddafi’s regime ever did in 41 years.

A refugee in Switzerland, Ali Zeidan was also one of the founders of the Libyan League for Human Rights. In 2011, this structure presented a falsified report to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, accusing Muammar al-Gaddafi of having killed over 6 000 opponents. It’s on the basis of this false accusation the Human Right’s Counci seized the Security Counsel, which in turn gave NATO the mandate of establishing a no-fly zone over the country, in order to protect the civilian population from repression [1]. Thereafter, NATO overthrew the regime, Mohammed Magariaf became president and Ali Zeidan Prime Minister.

During the war against Libya, Ali Zeidan was one of the most influential members of the National Transitional Council (NTC), deemed by the belligerent states to represent the people of Libya. However, according to a document presented by the United States at the UN’s Sanctions Committee and revealed by Voltaire Network, the Council was secretly financed by the Libyan Information Exchange Mechanism (LIEM), an informal group with no legal personality, established in Naples by the US alone  [2].

To recap, M. Zeidan is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, who was payed by the US to disinform the international community and help NATO overthrow Gaddafi’s regime.

His abduction seems to be Al-Qaeda’s response to that of Abu Anas al-Libi (born Nazih Abd al-Hamid al-Ruqhay) by the United-States [3].

Translation Alizée Ville

[1Voltaire Network had interviewed the Secretary General of the Libyan Human Rights League in Geneva, Silman Bouchuigir, who had admitted to the manipulation in front of the cameras. This interview, produced by Julien Teil, was inserted in his film The humanitarian war in Libya.

[2] « Washington tried to snatch $ 1.5 billion to pay its NTC employees », by Thierry MeyssanVoltaire Network, August 16th 2011.

[3] « The United-States abduct one of their ex-agents in Libya », Voltaire Network, October 8th 2013.



Western public frightened by General Al-Sissi

Western public frightened by General Al-Sissi

by Thierry Meyssan

While 95% of Egyptians support the military coup that overthrew President Morsi, the Western press calls for the return of the dictatorship and mourns the dead civilian victims of repression. For Thierry Meyssan, this attitude stems from the emasculation of Western populations who have forgotten the lessons of their elders and think that all conflicts can find peaceful solutions.

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The press in the United States and Europe make common cause against the military coup in Egypt and laments the thousand deaths that followed. It is clear to these western media that the Egyptians, who overthrew the dictatorship of Hosni Mubarak, are now the victims of a new dictatorship and Mohamed Morsi, electeddemocratically“, is the only one who can legitimately exercise power.

However, this view is contradicted by the unanimity of Egyptian society behind its army. Abdelfatah Al-Sissi announced the removal of President Morsi in the presence of representatives of all the sectors of the country, including the rector of Al-Azhar University and the leader of the Salafist who have manifested approval. He can boast of being supported in his fight by representatives of 95% of his countrymen.

For the Egyptians, the legitimacy of Mohamed Morsi is not measured in the manner of his appointment as president, with or without elections, but the service he rendered to the country or not. But the Brothers have mostly shown that their sloganIslam is the solution!” poorly concealed their unpreparedness and incompetence.

For the man in the street, tourism has dried up, the economy has regressed, and the pound has fallen 20%.

For the middle classes, Morsi was never democratically elected. Most polling stations were occupied militarily by the Muslim Brotherhood and 65% of voters abstained. This masquerade was covered by international observers sent by the United States and the European Union who supported the Brotherhood. In November, President Morsi repealed these paration of powers by prohibiting courts from challenging his decisions. Then he dissolved the Supreme Court and dismissed the Attorney General. He abrogated the Constitution and made had a new draft drawn up by a commission appointed by him, before adopting this fundamental law in a referendum boycotted by 66% of voters.

For the army, Morsi announced his intention to privatize theSuez Canal, a symbol of the economic and political independence of the country, and sell it to his Qatari friends. He began the sale of public lands in the Sinai to Hamas figures so they could transfer workers from Egypt and Gaza and allow Israel to end its “Palestinian question“. Above all, he called to join the war against Syria, a historic outpost of Egypt to the Levant. In doing so, he endangered national security which he was responsible to protect.

However, the fundamental problem of the West with respect to the Egyptian crisis is related to violence. Seen from New York or Paris, an army firing live ammunition at protesters is tyrannical. And, to add to the horror, the press highlights that many of the victims are women and children.

This is an emasculated vision of human relationships where a person would be willing to discuss because they would be disarmed. But fanaticism is a behavior that has nothing to do with being armed or not. Westerners faced this problem 70 years ago. At the time that Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill razed entire cities, such as Dresden (Germany) and Tokyo (Japan), the civilian population was disarmed [1]. Both leaders are not considered as criminals but are celebrated as heroes. It was obvious and indisputable that the fanaticism of the Germans and Japanese made a peaceful solution impossible.

Is the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist and must it be defeated? A comprehensive answer would be wrong because there are many trends in the International Brotherhood. However, their record speaks for itself: they have a long history of coups in many Arab states. In 2011, they organized the opposition to Muammar el-Qaddafi and took advantage of his overthrow by NATO. They continue the armed struggle to seize power in Syria. Regarding the Brotherhood in Egypt, President Morsi rehabilitated the killers of his predecessor Anwar Sadat and released them. He also appointed as governor of Luxor the second in command who massacred 62 people, mostly tourists, in 1997. In addition, during the simple call to demonstrate for the reinstatement of “their” president, they burned 82 Coptic churches.

Western repulsion for military governments is not shared by the Egyptians, the only people in the world to be governed exclusively by the military – with the exception of one year of Morsi – for over 3000 years.


“Journalist” Paul Conroy is MI6 operative

“Journalist” Paul Conroy is MI6 operative


Portrayed as a photojournalist for The Sunday Times, Paul Conroy, who has recently escaped from the Islamic Emirate of Baba Amr, is a British MI6 agent.

In this photo, he can be seen in Libya (in blue bulletproof vest) with, on the right, Al-Qaeda leaders Mahdi al-Harati (in black body armor) and Abdelhakim Belhaj (in camouflaged jacket).

• Mahdi al-Harati married an Irish woman and lived in Dublin. Paul Conroy is from Northern Ireland and was raised in Liverpool.

According to former Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, Mahdi al-Harati is still wanted in Spain for his involvement in the Madrid bombings of March 11, 2004.

In 2010, with a well-groomed beard and an NGO cover, Mahdi al-Harati was planted by MI6 in the “Freedom Flotilla,” which was on a mission to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Mahdi al-Harati led the Al Qaeda brigade who besieged the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli in August 2011.

According to Khamis Gaddafi, he was overseen by French instructors. According to a high-level foreign military source,

NATO had given al-Harati the assignment of capturing the Libyan leaders who sheltered in a secret facility of the hotel, and of murdering former congressman and Martin Luther King assistant, Walter Fauntroy, who was staying in the hotel.

He was also to eliminate two Voltaire Network collaborators, Thierry Meyssan and Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, who were based at the Radisson Hotel, whence al-Harati operated his torture center.

This decision had been made at a meeting restricted to the NATO command in Naples a few days earlier. The meeting minutes mentioned the presence of Alain Juppé. When questioned, his secretariat denied any involvement by the French Foreign Minister, saying that he was on vacation at that time.

In October 2011, Mahdi al-Harati organized a model village in Syria located in the mountains on the Turkish border. For two months, he hosted Western reporters singing them the praises of the Syrian “revolution.” The village is inhabited by a tribe that was paid to stage demonstrations and pose for the press. Al-Harati was visited in particular by Paul Moreira of Canal Plus and Edith Bouvier of Le Figaro.

Abdel Hakim Belhaj is Ayman al-Zawahiri’s right-hand man, and currently Al Qaeda’s number two commander. Although officially still one of most wanted criminals in the world, NATO named him military governor of Tripoli.

Abdel Hakim Belhaj holds a Qatar residence permit.

Abdel Hakim Belhaj has recently made several trips to Turkey, where he was given an office on the NATO base at Incirlik, and to Syria where he built up several groups comprising up to 1,500 combatants. According to Ayman al-Zawahiri, it was his men who perpetrated the attacks in Damascus and Aleppo.

His organization, the Islamic Fighting Group in Libya, has merged with Al-Qaeda but still figures on the terrorist list of the U.S. State Department and the British Home Office.

By associating with renowned terrorists, Conroy falls within the scope of the law of both in United States and Great Britain for complicity or association with a terrorist group. He faces 15 years in prison, unless he pleads immunity as an agent of the Crown.

Syria: The Media Lies and the foreign Infiltration (Thierry Meyssan reporting from Syria)

Syria: The Media Lies and the foreign Infiltration (Thierry Meyssan reporting from Syria)

Thierry Meyssan is a French intellectual, founder and chairman of Voltaire Network and the Axis for Peace Conference. His columns specializing in international relations feature in daily newspapers and weekly magazines in Arabic, Spanish and Russian. His last two books published in English :9/11 the Big Lie” and “Pentagate”.

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