The Egyptian crisis was another reflection of the interfaith clashes of Salafism / “Wahhabism”, originally created with the ideological influence of Judeo-Protestantism as opposed to Ottomanism (and traditional Islam), and becoming a protective ideology for the pro-Western regimes of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, who wanted to save region.
Wahhabis never entered into any of the organizations reflecting public interests. Saudi monarchy, like Protestantism, prefers through vague masses of preachers to exert ideological influence at the level of the individual, and they are not inclined to reflect the collective interests of the “broad Islamic masses”.
It is not by chance that the Wahhabis turn out to be allies of seemingly “democratic”, but in fact elitist Western regimes that rely on individualism, thereby implementing the principle of “divide and rule”.
It is not by chance that, in the end, individualism came into conflict with collectivism, preached by the Muslim Brotherhood’s political Islam, which focused on Qatar’s rising ambitions and the imperial interests of neo-Ottomanism.
As a result, the political ambitions of the Muslim Brotherhood were dealt with three sensitive blows, and Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and the United States and Israel behind them supported the "motley democratic forces" consisting of fundamentalist Wahhabis, pro-Western parties and "LBGT activists, socialists, religious minorities of other faiths and atheists.
First hit. Turkey
Turkey, under 2006, under the administration of the Islamic Sunni government, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his AKP party, has become the center of the global Muslim Brotherhood. There is evidence that the AKP received a “gift” of $ 10 billion from the Saudi monarchy, the center of world jihadist salafism, covered by strict fundamentalist Wahhabism. So, since the 1950-ies, when the CIA brought the leading emigrating members of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood to Saudi Arabia, the Saudi variety of Wahhabism and the aggressive jihadist fundamentalism of the brothers have merged. But the merger did not take place to the end; moreover, they became competitors in some way. This is also due to the differences in the interests of the countries in which they are now mainly based. And the money you need to work out.
But as a result of clashes of regional interests during the events of the “Arab spring” and the invasion of Syria, the contradictions only worsened.
In the last couple of months, it came to the point that in Turkey, as a warning to 11, in May, terrorist attacks were carried out in Reyhanlı, during which 51 was killed. Tayyip Erdogan went to the United States without visiting the Reyhanlis to express his condolences to the families of the victims of the bombings. In previous weeks, the leaders of three Arab countries have already visited Washington: Jordanian King Abdullah II, Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates Mohammed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud Al Faisal.
As our Turkish sources wrote then, at the very beginning of the “Arab spring” there is a serious rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, especially in Egypt. The dominance of the "Muslim Brotherhood" in all countries that suffered the "spring", very much bothers Saudi Arabia. And it's not about "supporting radical elements." The real problem is to achieve superiority in political influence.
Since the Syrian crisis through the efforts of foreign provocateurs turned into a full-scale war, the formation of two “coalition blocs” - Qatar / Turkey, on the one hand, and Saudi Arabia / Jordan / UAE, on the other, has escalated to the extent that bloody operations.
Field series of explosions Erdogan "did not show understanding and did not reduce imperial ambitions." As a result, I ran into the “Turkish spring”, which did not take much effort to set it on fire. There are plenty of people dissatisfied with the Islamists' policies, as a result, all supporters of secular authorities came to the square - from Kemalists to “pro-western homosexuals”. Although there are relatively friendly forces among the protesters, on the whole, it is not worth rejoicing. However, Erdogan still manages to contain the situation.
Second hit. Palace coup in Qatar
14 Jun appeared information about the palace coup in Qatar. Troops were brought into Doha and the main infrastructure was taken under protection. The coup was arranged in favor of the son of the Emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani. Before that, there were reports that the emir intended to abdicate in favor of Tamim, so the news of the putsch was received "with amazement."
After a pause, a few days later the information passed that "the emir voluntarily abdicated the throne in favor of his son."
The third blow. Egypt
Less than a week after the emigration of Qatar, which, under pressure from the United States, was replaced by 33-year-old Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, the government fell after a week as a result of a “new revolution” actively supported by the Egyptian army sponsored by the US budget. Muslim Brotherhood ”, led by President Mohamed Mursi. This was another blow to the assertive foreign policy of Qatar.
Cairo is not only the center of the Arab world, it is also the center of Doha’s financing for Islamist groups after the Arab Spring. Qatar poured $ 8 billion in financial aid into Egypt and was a major supporter of the Mursi government among the countries of the Persian Gulf, starting this support even before its government came to power.
Doha's growing influence was associated with the former emir, his foreign minister and prime minister, Sheikh Hamad bin Yashim bin Jabr al-Thani. Together they tried to build politics, playing on the balance with the US regional military base and simultaneously supporting extremist groups, going further than they were allowed to.
The leaders of Qatar, now displaced from their posts, together with Big Brother, relied on replacing the secular regimes of Arab autocrats with political Islam. Including from the terrorist brigades of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, which helped to overthrow the regime, but now frighten other rebels with their significant armed influence - even after they showed bad results in the elections. The result was the elimination of the American ambassador, which caused a fit of anger in Washington. As a result, it was decided to write off all problems to Qatar.
However, not without reason. So uncoordinated with other concessionaires, the Doha support for the Syrian "brothers" so crushed the militants, turning them into a chaotic force, that suspicions about the incapacity of the Qatar authorities look quite reasonable. And the plans that had become known for the “post-war partition of Syria” and the creation of joint gas pipelines with Turkey to Europe, without taking into account the interests of other accomplices to establish a “new Arab order,” finally decided the fate of “Qatar’s political investments.”
The new emir, Tamim, has already hinted at a "softening of foreign policy," but these changes will be smooth. The US is afraid to rock the situation in Qatar and with the “brothers” in general. The strength of communication between Qatar, Egypt and Turkey is connected with deep relations within the region-wide Islamist movements. The spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Yusuf al-Qaradawi, periodically lived in Doha for decades, using this state of the Persian Gulf as a base to deliver his ambiguous sermons.
Al-Jazeera channel, owned by the government, became a conductor of the “brothers” views.
But its engagement and the general perspectives of the theocracy so frightened "Israel" that the Jewish lobby put pressure on the US, which used all the levers to pressure Turkey’s Islamists and the change of power in Qatar, which became the main sponsors of political Islam.
Other Gulf states - representatives of the "axis of good" - were no less concerned about the ambitions of Qatar, which led to the isolation of Doha (and Turkey).
So Saudi Arabia cut off arms shipments to Syrian terrorists through Turkey, transferring flows weapons to Jordan. From here, from the Hashemite Kingdom, the United States, according to the statement of US Assistant President Ben Rhodes, they are planning to provide a “limited no-fly 40-km zone” over Syria, enabling the “right terrorists” to designate the location of the “internationally recognized government” the arabian benghazi script.
In addition, 5 in May, the Saudis (not without the help of friends from the Mossad) undermined the government column of Qatar in Somalia. The Qatari interior minister was not injured, but according to the Lebanese newspaper ad-Diyar, during the attack, the head of the Qatari intelligence, Ahmed Nasser bin Qasim al-Thani, was killed.
According to the same ad-Diyar, before that in November 2012, the Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Yasim ben Jabr al-Tani, and the head of intelligence Ahmed al-Tani met with the head of Mossad, Tamir Pardo, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . At this meeting, a plan for the assassination of Syrian President Bashar Assad was discussed. During the meeting, the “Israeli” Prime Minister requested that the Gulf Cooperation Council recognize “Israel” after the overthrow of Assad. In response, the head of the Qatari intelligence said about his plans to seize Damascus. At the same time, al-Thani was responsible for coordinating the transfer of Yemeni jihadists to Syria after being trained by American special forces in Qatar.
Apparently, these ambitious plans of his accomplices and decided to interrupt "Israel" with the help of his "golem" the United States. (Mursi did not suit the Jews first of all, because with him Egypt decided to acquire sovereignty and change the enslaving “Camp David Peace Treaty” concluded in 1979 by President Sadat on traitorous conditions, which provides for limiting the sovereignty of Egypt on Sinai and the border with the Palestinian Gaza Strip ).
Behind the explosion in Somalia there could be only one group capable of a professional attack using two plastic cars: linked to al-Qaeda, Al-Shabaab. These Saudi guys not only had a “subcontracting conflict” with the Turkey-Qatar duet, but also intimate relationships with neocons from the US, who are also Bibi Netanyahu’s best friends, who always call for voting for Republicans (mostly representing “Christian Zionists”) .
It is important to know that the Israeli Prime Minister, Zionist Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Republican nominee for the presidency of the United States, the Christian / Mormon Zionist Mitt Romney, were not only colleagues in the pro-Israeli group Boston Consulting for the work "2013 of the Boston Consulting, for which, by the way, the notorious William Browder also worked), but also fanatics of one idea. So, the roots of the Boston terrorist attack are much deeper than it seems ...
But back to our sheep. The UAE, without possessing the military and subversive capabilities of the Saudis, entered into a war of words with officials of the Muslim Brotherhood, in the process initiating measures to suppress their own Islamists, presenting them as a conspiracy of the Muslim Brotherhood lackeys aimed at overthrowing the Gulf monarchies. In addition, Abu Dhabi was sheltered by Ahmed Shafiq, the last prime minister of ousted Hosni Mubarak, after Shafiq lost Mursi with a slight difference of votes last year.
As the situation in Egypt is heating up, the UAE and Saudi Arabia are ready to help the provisional administration of the “Arab liberals”, in which again not only hardened characters like Mohamed El Baradei have emerged, but “fresh faces” such as 29-year-old Mahmud Badr from the freshly baked “Tamarod” (“Rebel”) movement, which is completely dependent on the Egyptian army (which, in turn, “stands at the mercy of the US budget”).
Digging through, though, it won't surprise anyone if Mahmoud Bard's name comes up in connection with the Alliance of Youth Movements, which held its founding summit in New York in 2008. It was attended by employees of the State Department, members of the Council on Foreign Relations, employees of the US National Security Council, advisers to the US Department of Homeland Security and many representatives of American corporations and news organizations including AT&T, Google, Facebook, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and MTV.
Among them was a little-known group called "6 April" from Egypt. These “sophisticated” Facebook users organized a meeting of the board member of the International Crisis Group Mohamed ElBaradei at Cairo Airport in February 2010 and conducted a campaign on his behalf when he tried to change the government of Hosni Mubarak. The statement on the objectives of the Alliance of Youth Movements states that it is a non-profit organization that helps grassroots activists to “have a greater impact on the world.”
So, Qatar “made a mistake” in Libya, then in Syria, and now billions of dollars can go to ashes in Egypt. This money was intended to buy a political advantage, but their ambitions turned out to be crushed by "best friends."
The real problem for the Judeo-Protestants of the United States and "Israel" is pure, not tainted Islam in itself, and not perverted "Islamic fundamentalism." Islam is a strategic enemy of the United States, and Islamic fundamentalism is a tactical ally. This was the case in Afghanistan, the Balkans, Chechnya, Libya and Syria. As for the US State Department, here you can recommend reading the summary of Abd al Wahid Pallavicini (A Sufi Master's Message. Milan 2011, p. 11) that the State Department organizes courses for "Muslim leaders" at the Institute for Migration Policy in Washington. The goal of these courses is to create "Muslim leaders made in the USA."
But this does not guarantee that they will not throw "leaders made in the United States."