1200 Israelis were killed because Biden’s money to Iran and Biden’s designation of Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA).
If Saudi Arabia formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in 2014, if the French Senate banned Muslim Brotherhood leaders from France in 2020, then why did Biden choose to designate Muslim Brotherhood (and Hamas) supporter Qatar a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) in 2022? Why promote Qatar instead of isolate it? It was exactly this act, Biden’s designation of Qatar as a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) instead of isolating it that enabled Qatar to continue financing Hamas leading to the terrorists atracks of October 7. Hamas wouldn’t have been able to do the October 7 attacks without Qatari money
By Ezequiel Doiny
Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence DNI.GOV explains “HAMAS formed in late 1987 at the beginning of the first Palestinian intifada (uprising). Its roots are in the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, and it is supported by a robust sociopolitical structure inside the Palestinian territories. The group’s charter calls for establishing an Islamic Palestinian state in place of Israel and rejects all agreements made between the PLO and Israel. HAMAS’ strength is concentrated in the Gaza Strip and areas of the West Bank…”
Reuters reported “ Saudi Arabia formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in 2014 and banned it in the kingdom.”
The French Senate banned Muslim Brotherhood leaders from France as a result of the the increase in Islamist attacks . On July 26, 2020 the Levant news reported “After a long eight-month investigation process, including interviewing over 60 experts on the penetration of Islamism in French society, the French Senate has produced a 244-page… report…for the first time in the West, a very important body of the State has deemed the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) a dangerous organisation, whose leaders should be banned from French territory. …The Muslim Brotherhood controls 147 mosques in France, so about 10% of all the mosques in the country…”
Please see the full report by the French Senate below
If Saudi Arabia formally designated the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization in 2014, if the French Senate banned Muslim Brotherhood leaders from France in 2020, then why did Biden choose to designate Muslim Brotherhood (and Hamas) supporter Qatar a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) in 2022? Why promote Qatar instead of isolate it? It was exactly this act, Biden’s designation of Qatar as a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) instead of isolating it that enabled Qatar to continue financing Hamas leading to the terrorists atracks of October 7. Hamas wouldn’t have been able to do the October 7 attacks without Qatari money. 1400 Israelis were killed because Biden’s money to Iran and Biden’s sesignation of Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA).
There are so many Arab Nations that Biden could have chosen as “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA), why did Biden choose specifically Qatar?
Did Biden elevate Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) because it supports the Muslim Brotherhood and Biden wanted to make the Muslim Brotherhood stronger after it was expelled from Egypt?
Many Arab Nations declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization and banned its members . Qatar supports the Muslim Brotherhood. Was this the reason Biden elevated Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA)?
Hamas is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. Did Biden elevate Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) to protect and give power to the Muslim Brotherhood/Qatar?
Is Biden using the power of the White House to protect the Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas?
Hamas was only able to attack Israel on October 7, 2023 because of support from Iran, Qatar and Turkey. Iran, Qatar and Turkey, the three pilars of Hamas were empowered by Obama/Biden. Coincidence or Strategy?
PART 1: Turkey: Obama declared that he developed “bonds of trust” with Turkey’s Erdogan whom he described as one of his “BFFs” and with whom he reportedly “spent more time on speaking on the phone than with any other ally”
On August 11, 2023 the Nordic Monitor reported “Erdogan maintains Muslim Brotherhood ties amid financial expectations from UAE and Saudi Arabia …Turkish President Erdogan hosted an IUMS delegation led by Al-Qaradaghi in Ankara on August 8, 2023… Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan remains committed to maintaining his affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood…
President Erdogan on Tuesday received a delegation the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organization, at the presidential palace in Ankara. The meeting was attended by Ali Muhyiddin al-al-Qaradaghi, the secretary-general of the IUMS, as well as Ali Erba?, the president of the Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet), and Prof. Dr. Mehmet Görmez, the chair of the Institute of Islamic Thought and former head of the Diyanet. No information apart from photos of the meeting was shared by the President’s Office. The IUMS, designated as a terrorist organization by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain in 2018, enjoys political protection, diplomatic support and financial aid from Turkey as well as Qatar.
“With the exception of Qatar, the Gulf countries perceive the Muslim Brotherhood, which represents a militant and politicized Islamist ideology, as a potential challenge that could undermine the stability and continuity of their monarchies. As a result, these countries often view the activities and presence of the Brotherhood within their borders with a sense of caution and take strong measures against it.
“…Erdogan’s reception of the IUMS delegation immediately after his Gulf visit could be interpreted as an effort to maintain ties with this group, even as Turkey’s relations with countries that have banned the Muslim Brotherhood continue to develop, as well as a message that the Muslim Brotherhood still holds significance for him. Erdogan staff often portray him as the leader of the entire Muslim world who challenges the West and other major powers in the name of Islam. The IUMS’s support for Erdogan adds credibility to these claims in the view of Turkish Islamists. They have worked tirelessly to keep him in power, fearing the loss of privileges granted by the Erdogan government over the past two decades.
“The former head of the IUMS and Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader, the late Yusuf al-Qaradawi, still widely revered in the Muslim world, referred to Erdogan as the leader of the Muslim Ummah during a meeting in 2018. He urged everyone to back him and pray for him. He endorsed Erdogan’s ambitions to take on the mantle of leadership in the Islamic world. Al-Qaradawi and his associates in the government were seen as agents of change who would stand up for Muslims globally and halt attacks against them. He strongly criticized Saudi Arabia, condemning its leadership for targeting the Muslim Brotherhood, including himself, and maintained that the country’s actions were not aligned with the principles of Islam…”
The Counter Extremism Project reported “Although Erdo?an has attempted to distance the AKP from its history of Islamism, the party has demonstrated strong support for the Brotherhood, particularly after the July 2013 ouster of senior Brotherhood leader and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.
“* With Erdo?an at its helm, the AKP has served as a sanctuary for members of the exiled Egyptian Brotherhood organization.* An estimated 1,500 Brotherhood members sought sanctuary in Turkey after Morsi’s 2013 downfall.
“* Brotherhood members based in Turkey include Syrian Brotherhood communications director Omar Mushaweh, former senior leader Amr Darrag, acting Supreme Guide Mahmoud Ezzat, and spokesman Talaat Fahmi.
“* AKP’s support for the Brotherhood has strained its relationships with other regional powers, including the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt, each of which has designated the Brotherhood as a terrorist organization.* After Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, and Bahrain severed diplomatic ties with Qatar in 2017 and demanded the emirate sever its links to the Brotherhood, Turkey sided with Qatar in the dispute…”
On October 25, 2023 Reuters reported “Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, in his strongest comments yet on the Gaza conflict, said on Wednesday the Palestinian militant group Hamas was not a terrorist organisation but a liberation group fighting to protect Palestinian lands…Ankara has strongly criticised Israel’s bombardment of Gaza…
“Hamas is not a terrorist organisation, it is a liberation group, ‘mujahideen’ waging a battle to protect its lands and people,” he told lawmakers from his ruling AK Party, using an Arabic word denoting those who fight for their faith. Unlike many of its NATO allies and the European Union, Turkey does not consider Hamas a terrorist organisation and hosts members of the group on its territory…”
PART2: Qatar- Biden (a cotinuation of Obama’s rule) empowered Qatar as a Major Non-NATO Ally
On May 2, 2022 the Atlantic Council reported “On January 31, US President Biden told the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, that the United States would nominate Qatar as a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA). This status recognizes the bilateral security cooperation between the United States and Qatar has matured to the level beyond the already deep defense partnership rooted in the foundational 1992 Defense Cooperation Agreement, which enables US military access to Qatari military facilities, allows prepositioning of US armor and other military materiel, and supports US training of Qatar’s military forces. The status as a MNNA recognizes Qatar’s growing responsibility as a strong and enduring US partner in countering violent extremism, combating terrorism, and deterring external aggressors…”
Is the reason why Biden chose to nominate Qatar as a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) that Qatar is a “long-standing backer of the Muslim Brotherhood”?
Obama’s team in Biden’s goverment elevated Muslim Brotherhood sponsor/ally Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) and now is shielding Qatar from criticism for hosting Hamas leardership by claiming that Qatar is untouchable and should not be criticised or involved for being an MNNA.
On October 20, 2023 the Atlantic reported “As Israel and Hamas sink deeper into conflict, Doha finds itself in a delicate position. As a long-standing backer of the Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar has huge influence over the movement’s Palestinian affiliate, Hamas. That offers a significant opportunity in the short run. Doha’s deep connections with the Gaza-based Islamist group make Qatar a central player in the current diplomatic game. But for exactly the same reason, Doha faces the looming risk of being called to account over its record of support for such radical Islamist groups, and especially for Hamas.
On October 26, 2023 Con Coglin wrote in the Gatestone Institute “The hundreds of millions of dollars the Qataris have given Hamas during the past decade have been instrumental in helping the terrorist group to develop the infrastructure that enabled it to carry out its murderous assault on Israel in the first place.”
Qatar not only finances Hamas, it also privides refuge to its leaders. On October 11, 2023 the Wall Street Journal reported “Two former senior U.S. security officials called for military action against Hamas leadership allegedly being provided safe haven in Doha if Qatari authorities don’t hand the officials over to the U.S. or Israel. Ismail Haniyeh, president of the Hamas political bureau sanctioned by the U.S. under terror powers, allegedly oversaw from Doha the group’s strike against Israel over the weekend. Those responsible for orchestrating the attacks “are operating in plain sight and within reach in the hands of our purported major non-NATO ally Qatar,” said Mark Wallace, a former U.S. representative to the United Nations and head of the New York-based United Against Nuclear Iran. “We should not hesitate to act militarily on Qatari soil to bring to justice Ismail Haniyeh and Hamas leadership,” Wallace said. Frances Townsend, a top counterterror adviser to George W. Bush and head of the non-profit Counter Extremism Project, also joined the call for action. Neither representatives for Qatar in Washington nor the State Department immediately responded to requests for comment…”
Biden did not pressure Qatar to hand in Hamas terrorists currently living in Qatar. Qatar finances Hamas and shelters Hamas leaders Biden should have terminated the Defense Cooperation Agreement with Qatar and revoked Qatar’s status as a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) but he didn’t. Biden did not change Qatar’s status as Major Non-NATO Ally despite its support for Hamas.
PART 3: Iran – Obama signed the nuclear deal with Iran, removed sanctions, paved the way for an Iranian nuclear bomb, said Iran “should be a regional power” (VIDEO)
On Nocember 14, 2023 the Gateway Pundit reported “Joe Biden Gifts Another $10 Billion to Iran – His Total Funding to Iran Now Comes to $80 Billion Since He Entered Office- And This is One Month After Iran-Backed Hamas Slaughtered 1,400 Jews in Israel”
On November 13, 2023 the Washington Free Beacon reported “The Biden administration may approve [THIS WAS APPROVED TODAY PLEASE SEE ARTICLE ABOVE] a sanctions waiver on Tuesday that will allow Iran to access at least $10 billion in previously frozen funds held in Iraq, a closely watched decision that comes just a month after the Tehran-backed terror group Hamas launched an attack on Israel that left 1,200 dead.
” The waiver would extend the multibillion-dollar sanctions relief first issued in July that expires tomorrow. It allows Iraq to transfer frozen electricity payments into Iranian-owned bank accounts in Europe and Oman. The waiver renewal is driving concerns that the Biden administration is maintaining financial avenues for Tehran as the country’s terrorist proxies foment chaos across the Middle East.
“The world is living in a post-Oct. 7 world, but the White House is still running an Oct. 6 policy toward Iran,” Richard Goldberg, a senior adviser at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and sanctions expert who previously served on the White House National Security Council, told the Washington Free Beacon, referring to Hamas’s attack last month.
“Why should Iran have any access to more than $10 billion after sponsoring one of the worst terrorist attacks against American citizens and the worst massacre of Jews since the Holocaust? It would make more sense to freeze all of these accounts and keep every penny out of Tehran’s hands.”
Biden is continuying Obama’s policy and paving the way for an Iranian nuclear weapon.
On July 14 , 2015, Daniel Greenfield wrote in Frontpage Magazine that Obama signed the nuclear deal with Iran to cripple American power in the Middle East: …Obama did not go into this to stop Iran from going nuclear. He did it to turn Iran into the axis of the Middle East…supporting Iran is his way of blocking the power of his successors in the White House to pursue a more pro-American foreign policy…
“…Obama claims to “have stopped the spread of nuclear weapons” by allowing Iran to keep enhancing its nuclear program and rewarding it with ballistic missiles for its “peaceful” intentions. He claims to have negotiated “from a position of strength and principle” when in fact he surrendered to the Iranians on position after position. Tehran negotiated from strength and principle. Obama sold out America… …Obama and Kerry have not made this deal as representatives of the United States, but as representatives of a toxic ideology that views America as the cause of all that is wrong in the world. This is not an agreement that strengthens us and keeps us safe, but an agreement that weakens us and endangers us negotiated by men who believe that a strong Iran is better than a strong America…
” …Their ideology is that of the screaming anti-war protester denouncing American forces and foreign policy anywhere and everywhere, whose worldview has changed little since crying, “Ho! Ho! Ho Chi Minh. NLF is going to win” in the streets. The only difference is that he now wears an expensive suit…”
Obama was interviewed at this very same time and was bold enough to say that, “Iran Will Be And Should Be A Regional Power.”
PLEASE WATCH VIDEO BELOW
Part 4 – Maher Bittar
In 2021 Caroline Glick wrote in Israel Hayom “This week the White House announced that Maher Bitar has been appointed to serve as the senior director for Intelligence at the National Security Council. The position is one of the most powerful posts in the US intelligence community. The senior director is the node to which all intelligence from all agencies flows. He decides what to share with the President. And in the name of the President, he determines priorities for intelligence operations and collection…
“As Daniel Greenfield reported at Frontpage online magazine, in 2006, as a student at Georgetown University, Bitar was a leader of the anti-Semitic, Muslim Brotherhood aligned Students for Justice in Palestine. As an SJP leader, he organized a so-called “boycott, divestment, and sanctions” campaign against Israel and its supporters on his campus. Greenfield reported that Bitar chaired a panel at a BDS conference where participants discussed how to indoctrinate Christians to believe that Israel has no right to exist…”
On October 20, 2023 the Gateway Pundit reported “There’s one individual in the White House. National security shop, head of intelligence programs. His name is Maher Bitar. Maher Bitar. Yes, remember that name. He is solely responsible for prioritizing what collection efforts on intelligence are tier one, two, three and four for President Biden. Why is this guy’s name important? Well, one, he used to work for Samantha Powers, but let’s put that aside in the United Nations. Two, we just found a photo of Maher Battar recently wearing Palestinian garb, raising a hand behind a picture that said, we want Jewish apartheid. This is the guy in charge of intelligence operations for the United States of America.”
(PLEASE SEE PICTURE OF BITAR WEARING PALESTINIAN GARB PROTESTING APARTHEID IN THE LINK BELOW)
On October 21, 2023 Joehoft.com reported “…Biden team’s flat-footedness on the emerging conflict is the distinct possibility that a Hamas sympathizer enjoys a senior role within Biden’s national security apparatus.
” The individual in question is Maher Bitar, who currently serves as the Senior Director for Intelligence Programs on Joe Biden’s National Security Council.
“Biden’s choice of Bitar for a senior intelligence role within the NSC is largely forgotten, though it generated considerable controversy in the immediate aftermath of Bitar’s appointment in 2021.
” Numerous reports emerged of Bitar’s history of activism on behalf of Palestine that extended into support for the BDS movement as well as organizations that have been accused of being friendly to terror groups like Hamas.
“The Washington Free Beacon reported that Bitar was not only a member but also an executive director of the controversial “Students for Justice in Palestine” (SJP) group.
” SJP is known for its radical anti-Israel perspective. SJP students at Vassar College, for instance, drew controversy for selling t-shirts depicting Leila Khaled, a convicted terrorist and airplane hijacker, in order to raise money for the “Palestinian resistance.” The SJP has of course responded to the recent Hamas terror attack on Israel by organizing a “Day of Resistance” in support of Hamas’ “historic win” against Israel, according to a recent report by the Daily Mail…”
On November 7, 2023 Arutz 7 reported “Brandeis University is revoking recognition of the campus chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), saying the group “openly supports Hamas”, JTA reports.
“According to the report, Brandeis informed the student group on Monday about its decision, which means that the group will no longer receive university funding or be able to hold activities on campus. The group canceled a “Vigil for Palestine” that had been scheduled for Monday night as a result, JTA said.
“This decision was not made lightly, as Brandeis is dedicated to upholding free speech principles,” the university wrote in its letter. SJP, which has a national umbrella group and campus chapters across the country, has spoken out in support of Hamas’ invasion of Israel. Brandeis said support for Hamas, which the United States has designated as a foreign terror group, is not protected by the university’s free speech principles.
“Students who choose to engage in conduct in support of Hamas, or engage in conduct that harasses or threatens violence, whether individually or through organized activity, will be considered to be in violation of the University’s student code of conduct,” the letter says, as quoted by JTA…”
1. Huma Abedin with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood was part of Obama’s staff. Maher Bitar, Senior Director for Intelligence Programs on Joe Biden’s National Security Council, was executive director of Muslim Brotherhood aligned Students for Justice in Palestine. Brandeis University is revoking recognition of the campus chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), saying the group “openly supports Hamas”.
2. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence DNI.GOV explains “HAMAS formed in late 1987 at the beginning of the first Palestinian intifada (uprising). Its roots are in the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood…”
3. Both Turkey and Qatar have ties with the Muslim Brotherhood. “President Erdogan on Tuesday received a delegation the International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organization, at the presidential palace in Ankara…The IUMS, designated as a terrorist organization by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain in 2018, enjoys political protection, diplomatic support and financial aid from Turkey as well as Qatar.”
4. Obama’s team in Biden’s goverment elevated Muslim Brotherhood sponsor/ally Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) and now is shielding Qatar from criticism for hosting Hamas leardership by claiming that Qatar is untouchable and should not be criticised or involved for being an MNNA.
Turkey shelters Hamas leaders yet Biden did not ask that Turkey be kicked out of NATO. Iran finances Hamas yet Biden refuses to reimpose sanctions on Iran (and continues to give Iran billions). Qatar remains a “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) despite finincing Hamas and providing shelter to Hamas leaders. Is Biden’s support for Israel a lie? Why does Biden’s attitude towards Iran, Qatar and Turkey did not change after October 7?
Hamas was only able to attack Israel on October 7, 2023 because of support from Iran, Qatar and Turkey. Iran, Qatar and Turkey, the three pilars of Hamas were empowered by Obama’s team which has Muslim Brotherhood links.
Hamas is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. Did Biden elevate Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA) to protect and give power to the Muslim Brotherhood/Qatar? Is Biden using the power of the White House to protect the Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas? There are so many Arab Nations, why did Biden choose specifically Qatar?
1200 Israelis were killed because Biden’s money to Iran and Biden’s sesignation of Qatar to the status of “Major Non-NATO Ally” (MNNA). Hamas leadership would not have planned the October 7 terrorist attack if they did not know they could run away to Qatar after and use money from Qatar and Iran to prepare for the next war.
Ezequiel Doiny is author of “Obama’s assault on Jerusalem’s Western Wall” and “Jerusalem is the Spiritual capital of Judaism while Mecca is the Spiritual Capital of Islam”