Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Islamists in interface: an awakening or package

Islamists in interface: an awakening or package
The Qatari role in containing the revolts and the promotion of the Turkish model as a ripple of Islamists Is the popular movements in the Arab an Awakenings or a package deals passed under the table?
What if Islamist experiment in governance failed?
Qatar and containment projects

Qatar is a key tool is now in containing Arabic revolutions; driven by the fear of the Saudi influence in the region, it does not seek to be godfather to Islamists project, but is now rushing to be the Godfather so-called "counter revolutions.
the foreign policy of Qatar does not take into account its interests as a State, because the Emirate of Qatar found what might be termed the concept of "super state", which means that the Princes of Qatar could make a state in any part of the world, he could by an island greater than Qatar, and get slaves from five continents to use them as a people, and establish institutions and establishments and the media, in other words the State is made subject to the logic of buying and selling, everything here is available for purchase, and thus the Princes is not concerned about his state because it could be manufactured elsewhere.
Qatar sought to perpetuate their influence in Tunisia, using their relationship with Rashed Ghannouchi, leader of the Renaissance party, noting that Qatar embraced Ghannouchi in exile. Doha throughout that period tried to attract prominent spiritual and political and cultural figures. Therefore sheikhs of Qatar believe that today they should reap what they gave to these figures over the previous years.
Many Tunisian characters have become aware of the seriousness of the role played by Qatar in the region, some Islamists led by Sheikh Abdel Fattah Moro, one of the founders of the Tunisian Renaissance movement, expressed refusal to the visit the Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani on the first anniversary of the revolution, many activists denouncing the visit through their participation in demonstrations.
Qatar is doing its best attempting to open close relations with our Brotherhood in Egypt, similar to the Qatari relations with the "Islamist fighting group" in Libya, and this explains why Sheikh Yusuf Qaradawi's visit to Libya, which came in its endeavors to strengthen relations between Qatar and Islamists in Libya, and the endeavors to engage the group  in the Syrian quagmire through playing on sectarianism, repeating the same scenario played in Afghanistan, keeping "Islamist fighting group" busy in Syria and the war ends and the fighters return to Libya they will be treated as Afghan Arabs, and as the group were treated by Kaddafi.
Moroccan Islamic scholar, Idris Hani, revealed that the news about some Libyan military leaders including belhadj moving to the Turkish border to train Syrian fighters is not true, but there are some armed Libyan groups in Turkey for that purpose.

According to Idris the Islamic movements contains different orientations, and spectrums which can be seen in the comparison between the policy and orientations of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Syria, which confirms that there is a difference between the two movements. The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria have already been trapped in the international plan and surrendered completely to Qatar, which has become the main pillar of the Western plans for the region. Idris revealed that some symbols of the brotherhood in Syria are cadres in Qatar media institutions and others are in the ranks of political advisers of the Principality, and this explains the Qatari dealing with Syria and why it has become a shelter for Syrian opposition.

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