According to a shocking new dossier seen by Fox News, Qatar’s government reportedly funded supplies of arms to the multinational militant organization Hezbollah, endangering the approximately 10,000 U.S. military stations in the emirate.
The Al Udeid naval complex of the Gulf State is home to a forward U.S. headquarters. Center and U.S. command Squadrons Air Force.
A private security consultant, Jason G., has entered the arms acquisition sector in Qatar as part of an obvious sting operation. On Tuesday, he told Fox News that a “royal family leader” allegedly approved the transfer of military equipment to Lebanon’s U.S.- and EU-designated terrorist group Hezbollah.
A dossier also provided by Jason G. and checked by Fox News records the suspected involvement of the Qatari royal family member in a massive terror funding scheme as early as 2017.
The Lebanese Hezbollah group is an Iranian paramilitary Shia militia founded in 1982 by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) of Tehran in Lebanon. It remains dependent on and funding from Iranian finance. It’s responsible for the deaths in Iraq and Lebanon of hundreds of US military personnel.
The ambassador of Qatar to Belgium and NATO, Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Sulaiman al-Khulaifi, has also allegedly offered to pay Jason G. 750,000 euros to hush up Qatar’s regime’s role in providing the Lebanese Shi’ite group with money and weapons.
And Jason G. He said the envoy had said at a meeting in Brussels in January 2019 with al-Khulaifi. “The Jews are also our enemies”.
Neither NATO nor the Belgian government replied to questions from Fox News. About the role of ambassador in the alleged affair.
Jason G., who uses an pseudonym to protect himself from Qatari threats, said his goal was to “block support for terrorism in Qatar.” “The bad apples must be pulled out of the barrel and [Qatar] must also be part of the international community”. He also said.
President Donald Trump said in 2017 that Qatar “was a jihadist funder at a very high level”. A year later Trump corrected himself by saying in a meeting with the country’s president, Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani. That Qatar was fighting against extremism. Hezbollah funds coming from Qatar highly rejects that.
According to The New York Times. The performance of the emirate in achieving a U.S. policy reversal was pale at the time. To an “intense and costly campaign by Qatar and its paying lobbyists.”
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