“Qatar Papers” is a book that resembles its authors and their temperament with restraint. Concerned about journalistic objectivity and neutrality, the two reporters and ex-hostages in Iraq (2004), defend themselves from having written an “anti-Qatar polemical papers”.
Yet their book came as a bombshell.
After London and Geneva, recent revelations have brought to light that a new financial nerve centre is being coveted by the nebulous financier linked to the Muslim Brotherhood. It concerns Luxembourg, another European country which subscribes to banking secrecy.