Qatar’s hands are still playing its subversive role in the entire region, through the campaigns that it is carrying out in all Arab countries, spreading its name with the support, and financing of terrorists.
Qatar is seeking to destroy the new Sudanese regime and rejects the new leadership in Sudan for the suspected role of Qatar in the country, which turned the country of the two Niles into an oasis for Brotherhood hunters during the era of ousted President Omar al-Bashir.
The signature of the political leaders in Sudan on the constitutional document with the military council had caused the failing of Doha plans to drag Sudan into a state of chaos to reproduce the Muslim Brotherhood after the fall of the ousted president Omar al-Bashir, which prompted the Hamdeen regime to seek refuge in Al-Jazeera Doha’s media arm, through which it attacked the decisions of the Military Council and implementing the suspicious Doha agenda.
The financing of the campaigns revealed the insidious Doha scheme. The Qatar International Foundation, which is headed by Al Mayassa bint Hamad, sister of the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad, funded the two campaigns under the cover that they are youth model movements of the participants in the Sudanese revolution, to hide the malicious goal of the Doha tails, which is to re-penetrate Sudan, and devote the Qatari influence in Khartoum.
A specialist in Sudanese international law, Taj Al-Sir Omar, believes that Qatar was able to penetrate Sudan during the era of the Al-Basheer, who opened the country doors for Qatar to move freely, and it falsely claims to sponsor the peace of Darfur and reached the point that it made Sudan a starting point in coordination with the Turkish support for terrorist elements in Libya.
Omar said that Doha in coordination and cooperation with Ankara will not stop playing this dirty role, unless the transitional government rushes to stop it, in addition to exposing all the malicious Qatari files in Sudan during the era of the Al-Basheer.
The Transitional Military Council in Sudan decided to close the Al-Jazeera Network office in Khartoum and withdraw work licenses for its correspondents in the country, after the role of the Qatari network in supporting the Brotherhood to gain power at any price became suspicious and open, in addition to refusing to receive the Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abd Rahman, after arriving at Khartoum airport without prior coordination with the council’s leaders, which confirms the new leadership in Sudan’s refusal of the suspected Qatari’s role in the country.
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