Former Qatari Emir conspired with Qaddafi against Saudi Arabia

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Qatar’s conspiracy against Saudi Arabia and its neighbors go back several years ago, and have surfaced many times in clear evidence through previously leaked recordings.

This is what prompted two Saudi activists in the past two days to restore two audio recordings of the former Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa and its former prime minister and foreign affairs minister Hamad bin Jassim with former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, attacking Saudi Arabia and the ruling family.


The two records, which were leaked in 2014 and are likely to date back to 2003, demonstrate how these two Qatari figures were planning to destabilize and divide Saudi Arabia.

In one recording, Jassim says that in 12 years Saudi Arabia will no longer exist, but will be divided into small states.

The former emir of Qatar admitted that his country caused a lot of trouble to the kingdom, asserting that the Saudi regime would not remain the same and would certainly end. He added that if the Americans succeed in Iraq, the second step would be Saudi Arabia.

Khalifa also described Egypt and Jordan as two countries lacking dignity because they coordinate with Saudi Arabia. He also revealed his support for a number of channels that attack Saudi Arabia, as well as his support for Saad al-Faqih who is a pro-Muslim Brotherhood advocate.

Furthermore, he asserted his plan to encourage internal movements to destabilize the Kingdom.

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