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Report: Al-Islah Party and Al-Qaida,  an integrated relationship to serve the Qatari  agendas supporting terrorism in Yemen and the region

Aden (Hadramout21) exclusive
 
 
 
During  the so-called the Arabian spring, Qatar immersed to overthrow many Arab governments, assuming that they  will be replaced by those more organized Islamic organizations than the other weak and non-political amongst the opposition groups
The Qatari leadership may have thought of the Khomeini revolution that overthrew the Shah of Iran and replaced him with the Malali (Iranian sheiatt theological scholars)  to be copied in the Arab world
 
 
 
In Yemen, this strategy has been implemented  with great support to the Yemeni congregation for reformation (Al-Islah) party, which is controlled by the local branch of Al-akhwan (the Muslim Brotherhood), who have shaped an extremist Islamic organization greatly linked with Al-Qaeda
 
 
 
Leaning on the Qatari  financial, political and media support, Al- Islah party played a fundamental role in its opposition to former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who had a famous saying in a 2011 speech a few months before the GCC-sponsored agreement to transfer power: “We get our legitimacy from the Yemeni people, not from Qatar, whose initiatives we reject”
 
 
 
Qatar was in close contact with the leadership of the Houthis, meanwhile  supporting Al-islah party as well as al-Qaeda. When the current diplomatic crisis broke out, the Houthi leadership quickly declared their support for Qatar
 
 
 
Qatar, the world’s largest gas exporter, has permanently  used its enormous  wealth to carry out its foreign policy and distinctly to support radical groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood (Al-akhwan), while Qatar hosts the largest US military base in the Middle East, the al-Aidaid base of about 11,000 US troops, Qatar has always declares to be a neutral mediator.
 
 
 
Al-akhwan Confessions condemn Qatar
 
 
 
The most obvious  of these confessions came in the case (304) which is against an organization called “Hassim” a part of Al-akhwan (the Brotherhood), which is involved in terrorist acts, in their confessions to  the security systems, on last January 19 they  confirmed that they were  trained  by the intelligence of Qatar and Turkey
 
 
 
One of the most important confessions made by Al-akhwan leaders was the confessions of Karima Al-Sarafi, the daughter of president Mursi adviser, Mr. Amin Al-Sarafi, who confirmed that she handed over documents belonging to Egyptian national security to Qatari officials during the regime of President Mohamed Morsi. This was within the accusation of President Mohamed Morsi   And a number of leaders of Al-akhwan in the case  known to the media as “intelligence with Qatar,” which sentenced Mursi to life imprisonment
 
Another prominent confessions declared by Al-akhwan was that of Abdel-Razzaq Maqri, head of the Movement (Community of Peace), a part of  Al-akhwan of Algeria, about the strong relationship between Qatar and Israel, indicating that covert trade relations between the two countries are existed since the year 1996
 
 
 
“, Makri said in an article published on the official website of Al-akhwan “Doha has been moving towards establishing covert and uncovered relations with Israel since 1996”. Confirming that The Qatari regime is one of the biggest systems supporting Islamic movements and organizations in the region. He also claimed that the success of Qatar in terms of economic aspects is the reason behind the blockage executed against the country  By some Arabic and Islamic countries, pointing out that Qatar has a very strong relationship with America and therefore the United States of America has founded the base of Al-Aideed in Doha
 
 
 
Al-Maqri explained that Doha allocated  Al-Jazeera to play an effective role in evoking  revolutions in the whole region. He pointed out that Doha supported the Arabic Spring by means of Al-Jazeera channel and through the financial assistance it provided to Al-akhwan in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen
 
 
 
In this perspective, Dr. Tarek Fahmi, a professor of political science at Cairo University, said that Al-akhwan organization had unintentionally uncovered Qatar. The organization is always aware to conceal  Qatar’s relationship with Israel and to deny normalization between the two countries. The confessions of the head of Al-akhwan in alegeria has revealed the truth of  Qatar relations with Israel  to the supporters of Al-akhwan
 
 
 
According to the same  professor of political science at Cairo University, Qatar is considered the biggest Arabic country to normalize  with Israel, and there has been huge investment between the two countries since the nineties, unlike other Arabic countries which refused to normalize or to establish relations with Israel
 
 
 
Qatar and Al-akhwan Terrorism in Yemen
 
An American report revealed that US intelligence has detected the support and funding of extremist organizations in Yemen by Qatar, which has a close relationship with Al-akhwan in Yemen( Al-islah party). According to a report issued by a division of US intelligence, about 4 million USD were transferred in 2012 from the State of Qatar to Yemen by the leader of Al-islah Party Salah Musallm Ba-tais, who received the amount in installments via Al-Amqi corporation for Exchange (Hadramout branch)
 
According to information reported by the US intelligence, Salah Ba-tais, who heads    Al- Badia Charitable Association which belongs to Al-akhwan in Hadramout, transferred half of the money to leaders of Al-Islah Party in Sana’a to fund the activities of the party and some activists who participated in the youth revolution that broke out in Yemen against the regime in 2011
 
 
 
US intelligence has done great efforts  to find out about the remaining 2 million USD which is  still with  BA-tais. It also has doubts that  the amount transferred to Sanaa could have  handed over to  leaders suspected of belonging to terrorist organizations directly linked to Al-islah Party. The US Treasury ministry , late in the  last year has enlisted the name of Al-omqi corporation for exchange within the companies funding terrorism. This action aroused a lot of questioning about the suspected activities practiced by the corporation like the money laundry for sake of  (Al-Qaeda) which robbed more than 17 billion Yemeni riyals from the central bank in Mukalla, in addition to the domination of the company for the local liquid cash And smuggling large sums of foreign currency out of the country. Which enabled it to control currency exchange rates. The corporation besides has got good relationship with the officials  in Al-wadea exit in the borders with Saudi Arabia in Hadramout governorate, which the company is responsible for money transfers from it to Sanaa. The US Treasury’s decision was to impose sanctions on the company, in addition to monitoring its financial assets in foreign currencies
 
The American warned from Dealing with the corporation because of  the suspicion of supporting AQAP
 
 
 
Documents seized on January 29, 2017, by US forces that executed a sudden landing in al-Bayda governorate , the most outstanding nest of al-Qaeda, revealed the involvement  of Ali  Muhsin al-Ahmar and Al-islah party who are supported by Qatar, in arming al-Qaeda and the supply  of explosive materials used for bombing cars and blasting  packages and explosive belts.
 
 
 
Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis pointed that the purpose of the air landing was to put hands on as much documents, laptops and electronic devices as possible in order for getting  big amount of useful intelligence information in a sudden operation
 
 
 
According to intelligence sources, the documents uncovered the facilitation  of Al-Islah Party to  al-Qaeda in order to control  some new areas under a cover of civil service committees, especially in Shabwa, Marib and Albayda, where camps were set up for the first time for the  terrorist organizations
 
 
 
The documents also revealed the use of Al-Islah Party for some terrorists to execute assassinations against its opponents. The most prominent of these was the termination of the  governor of Aden, General Ja’far Muhammad Saad, on December 6, 2015. The operation was planned in al-Bayda, and was done in cooperation with a terrorist group which was controlling Al-tawwahi town, Before it was cleared by the security forces
 
 
 
The documents also confirmed that Al-islah Party and its allies were behind the blast in the Palace (Alqassir) Hotel on 6 October 2015, a number of attacks on the camp of the Arab coalition forces in Boreiga, in addition to the assassinations that targeted a number of security officials in Aden, Lahj, Abian and Hadramout
 
 
 
The spokesman also pointed that Some of the leaders of Al- Islah Party were behind the release of al-Qaeda prisoners in Abian, Hadramout, Albaydah and Aden in 2011, noting that the operation of releasing the prisoners was repeated many times and recently in Aden with the complicity and acts of Al-Islah Party. Last March witnessed a terrific surprise when the spokesman revealed the implications of Yemeni leaders with Qatari support in subsidizing  al-Qaeda in Yemen
 
 
 
The Qatar attitude about the Yemeni names classified as terrorists
 
The United States has imposed financial sanctions on individuals and organizations suspected of links to al Qaeda and the Islamic state in Yemen
 
The financial sanctions targeted 11 personnel , including Radwan Qannan, finance officer of the Islamic State Organization, and Nashwan al-Adani, “Abu Suleiman” who is reported to be the official responsible for the assassinations operations of the organization
 
The list also includes Nayef Salih Salem Al Qaissi, Abdul Wahab Mohammed Abdul Wahab Al Hmeikani, Hashim Mohsen Eidros, Khalid Abdullah Saleh Al Marfaidi, Saif Al rabb Salem Al Hishi, Adel Abdu Fari Osman Al Zahbani, Wali Nashwan Al Yafei, Khalid Saeed Ghabash Al Obaidi and Bilal Ali Al Wafi
 
The sanctions included two organizations, Al-Rahma Charitable Society and Al Khair chain stores in Yemen
 
The sanctions aim at banning transfers to these individuals, in an attempt to drain the sources of funding for the operations executed by the two organizations
 
These sanctions are part of a collective action taken by all (TFTC) member countries: the United States of America, the State of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Bahrain, the State of Kuwait, the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates
 
 
 
As a result of these measures, Qatar imposed sanctions on 11 individuals and two organizations under Decree-Law No. 11 of 2017. Consequently, these individuals and organizations are subject to sanctions, including the freezing of assets and the travel ban, confirming Qatar’s full and continuing commitment to facing terrorism and its financing

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