This file 2012 picture shows Egypt's then President Mohammad Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood greeting Qatar's then Emir Shaikh Hamad Bin Khalifa. Image Credit: EPA

Abu Dhabi: From the former Emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa, to its former prime minister, Hamad bin Jassem, through well-known Brotherhood leaders also linked to Qatar, the clues of the plot exposed by their new leaked records with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi continue. The last of whom is Hakim Al Mutairi, Kuwaiti academic who fled to Turkey, exposing the scale of conspiracies prepared, engineered, rotated and implemented by members of the “Brotherhood” organisation, led by Qatar, to sabotage their countries and plan to spread “creative chaos” in the Arab countries in general, and the Gulf states in particular, writes Salman Al Dossary, Saudi journalist, former editor in chief of Asharq Alawsat newspaper.

Of course, these recordings are only an extension of the famous recordings of Hamad bin Khalifa and Hamad bin Jassim, who proved their conspiracy and their efforts to divide the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but the good thing in these dangerous conspiracy leaks is that they did not surprise anyone at all, for the position of the Qatari regime is steady and known to spread chaos and conspiracy to states, as well as the position of its ally, the Muslim Brotherhood.

This means that the awareness of the audiences has become in a high degree, so that they know well who is their friends and who is their enemies. Such records even confirm that billions of dollars spent on the Qatari media machine could not change the hard facts and irrefutable proof. Wherever the Qatari regime and the Muslim Brotherhood are found, chaos and strife are ignited.

Even when the these Brotherhood leaders, in the leaked recordings, wanted to justify their bad actions by plotting with Gaddafi, their justification was uglier than the guilt itself, so was the same excuse that Hamad bin Jassim repeated to respond to his famous record, “We just please Gaddafi!”

Al Dossary explains, “This means that there is harmony and coordination not only in those clandestine conspiracy meetings, but also in attempting to get out of them with flimsy excuses, they are not opinions taken out of context, as it is invoked by those who erred in a situation, but planning crimes against the security and stability of countries.

“The other scandal was how quickly these conspirators turned against their ally and partner in the conspiracy. The Qatari regime was the fastest regime to topple Gaddafi in 2011, and so did the Muslim Brotherhood organisation, a Qatari brotherhood policy par excellence, conspiring against a friend, stabbing the ally, and above all the amazing ability to colour according to circumstances of the era.”

Al Dossary argues, “Perhaps records such as these raise political storms if they are with other countries and organisations, but with the Qatari regime and the Brotherhood organisation, there is nothing new because revealing dozens of them does not change the facts a lot, what we are witnessing is the rule and not an exception, and it is natural that their policies conspire against the friend before the enemy, as it is a stigma associated with them that will not change whatever the political circumstances.”

He says, “The only addition is the assertion, every time evidence like this appears, on the historic decision taken by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE and Bahrain to boycott Qatar in June 2017, as well as the classification of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group, noting that an extremist such as Hakim Al Mutairi is one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, and his name appears on the list of terrorism announced by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain in 2017. Needless to say, he is one of the key leaders, Doha backs financially and through media.”

Al Dossay concludes, “Today, after more than three years of boycotting Qatar, we are still discovering more and more of its conspiracies and interference in the internal affairs of its neighbors, when it appeared in the image of a true friend, and such evidence, proofs and scandals surrounding it will not cease to appear whenever it wants to improve its image. I wonder, how many decades does Qatar need to whitewash its blunders?!”