The former French detainee in Qatar, Jean-Pierre Marongiu, died on June 13 in Nancy. This engineer had set up a management training company in Qatar. In 2013, he was not only robbed by his Qatari “associate”, but sentenced to seven years in prison. Jean-Pierre Marongiu was not released until 2018. Since then, he has published several books on his imprisonment.
For several years, radical Islamists have been carrying out deadly raids in northern Mozambique. They sometimes venture into southern Tanzania. Their attacks kill hundreds of people and force tens of thousands to flee the region. Affiliated with the Islamic State, the Shabab managed to occupy the port of Mocimboa da Praia, with its 30,000 inhabitants, for almost a year and the town of Palma (75,000 inhabitants) for a month before being driven out. This move led to the withdrawal of the French group TotalEnergies, which was ready to invest several tens of billions of dollars in a very large gas project near the town of Palma. For a decade, Mozambique has been presented as a future gas Eldorado.
A confidential report by a European intelligence agency October 2021 mentions a secret alliance between Qatar and Turkey, sealed during a “coordination meeting” dedicated to strengthening collaboration between the two countries on “support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Europe”.
We reproduce here large excerpts from this edifying report:
This letter addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations, by Sheikh Ahmed Bin Khalid Bin Mohammed Bin Ali Bin Abdullah Bin Qassim Bin Mohammed Al-Thani, on behalf of the “Al-Thani Family Council”, the ruling family of the Emirate of Qatar, is unequivocal about the corruption of the former Qatari prosecutor appointed to the post of anti-corruption gentleman by the UN!
Tunisia’s misfortune makes Qatar’s colonial happiness. Indeed, it is against the backdrop of a country decimated by the coronavirus – the death rate is the highest in Africa – that a bill has been passed allowing the “Qatar Fund For Development” to manage the financial interests between Tunisia and Qatar. A real treaty that will allow Doha to intervene directly in the Tunisian economy, with considerable advantages for the backers of Islamism.
Qatari students learn that the Jews, by “manipulating economic markets and accumulating immense wealth”, ruined Germany after World War I. It was therefore logical that the Führer made them pay dearly for their infamous betrayal. Or how to be brought up in antisemitism from childhood to adolescence.
In order to denounce the opponents of the Muslim Brotherhood and radical Islam, communicators linked to Qatar usually used pseudonyms. He could also occasionally call on François Burgat, a retired researcher, now president of the Arab Centre for Research and Policy Studies (CAREP) in Paris, an organisation financed by the gas emirate. However, the latest article, “Mud on Qatar,” published on June 20 on a blog hosted by Mediapart, is signed by Paolo Fusi, a scandalous character, author of crude forgeries during the last Gulf War.