On Doha’s harbouring of questionable organisations, he said, “Doha hosts several NGOs with direct or indirect relations with international groups. The main goals of these NGOs are to provide training to young people, to prepare them to create the ‘change’ in their respective countries. The Muslim Brotherhood groups, including the Emirati groups that fled to Qatar, attended training courses there, to create chaos and destabilise their countries.”
He stressed that the courses were not only limited to men, but they also included many women, including Alaa Siddiq, who attended courses on “changing the regime in the UAE.”
The documentary showed video excerpts of Alaa Siddiq, who is a member of the secret group that fled to Qatar, while speaking at a training course about the need to realise what she called, “the concept of planting change in people’s minds, then persuading them about changing or toppling the regime.”
In addition to financial and moral support, Al Suwaidi noted that Doha has also provided support in the form of the media, with Al Jazeera TV as its platform to promote their ideas.
“In my opinion, this qualifies as open instigation, because it is known to everyone that Al Jazeera plays a subversive role, by hosting questionable people and wanted terrorists. Al Jazeera’s role was obvious during the Arab Spring revolutions. Al Jazeera also hosts many extremist clerics, who advocate destruction in some countries. It constantly hosts Yusuf Al Qaradawi, whose statement about the UAE had offended me,” Al Suwaidi said.
He also warned about the controversial fatwahs, or religious edicts, reported in Al Jazeera, including one that permits suicide bombings and killing others.
“Imagine if such talk was accepted by an illiterate and ignorant person. He might even kill his own father or mother. This is a dangerous statement, and even worse, it is made through the media and circulated in social media and mobile phones,” he added.
He also talked about the “islamonline” website, run by Jassem Sultan, one of the Muslim Brotherhood leaders in Qatar, which he described as a portal with considerable potential for misinformation.
He also expressed his resentment of the negative media campaign against the UAE.
“What is the purpose of these campaigns, and how can someone insult a country that has treated Qatar with brotherly love and benevolence. Even Qataris themselves cannot deny the great political, moral and financial support given by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to Qatar. But instead of expressing their gratitude, they are trying to defame the UAE and the late Sheikh Zayed, who spent his life trying to unify the Arab ranks. I am shocked by this amount of slander against the UAE by Qatar’s government media and websites,” Al Suwaidi stressed.
On the confessions made by the Qatari intelligence officer, Hamad Ali Al Hammadi, aka Bu Askoor, that Qatari intelligence had created online accounts to defame the UAE and its symbols, including the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Al Suwaidi expressed his hope that Doha will stop these actions.
“I could never believe that the government agency of a friendly country would talk this way about the late Sheikh Zayed, until I saw and heard the confessions of the Qatari officer,” he stated.
Al Suwaidi also described the Qatari-Irani rapprochement as a “time bomb in the region.” He further said that Doha’s move to seek external help from countries such as Iran and Turkey would have a damaging effect on the Gulf Cooperation Council in the long run.
The episode ends with a message from Al Suwaidi to the Qatari government, urging them to solve the issues that they started and to work towards resolving the crisis before it escalates.
Al Suwaidi is a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist organisation in the UAE. He holds a Bachelor degree from the United States and a Masters degree from the United Kingdom in Education.
He served in the education sector in the UAE for nine years before establishing his private business. He then joined the Arab Company for Educational Development and left to work in Qatar in 2009.
Al Suwaidi joined the terrorist group in 1989 and pledged his allegiance to the organisation. He advanced up the organisation’s hierarchy, to become a member of its elite advisory board.
Source: Emirates News Agency