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Sister of Qatari Minister: Doha Taking Order from US Military Base

20 March 2016 21:01



Sister of Jassem al-Saliti, the Qatari Minister of Transport and Communications, revealed that the Doha government, specially the security sector, takes order from a US military base.

Mina Saliti told an Egyptian TV channel that all Qatari governmental institutions are guided by a US military base on al-Adid region.

She said that the Middle-East crises in which Qatar was involved are all managed in this military base, adding that they attempt to spread the crisis into all the regional states.

Saliti said that she was imprisoned in Qatar for one and a half years for releasing a tweet criticizing the Doha government.

Qatar has been helping the terrorist groups in Syria to fight against the legal government of President Bashar al-Assad.

Terrorist groups in Syria said in December that they have received large cargoes of TOW missiles supplied by the Qatari government.

Militant groups said that Qatar has delivered 20 American TOW missiles to the Al-Qaeda’s official branch in Syria, the Al-Nusra Front to help the embattled terrorist group that has been sustaining heavy defeats in the war with the Syrian army and its allies across the country, specially in Northern provinces.

Meantime, other terrorist groups have also been reported to have received similar cargoes in a bid to intensify campaign against the Syrian government and stop the advances of the Syrian army and its allies before the next round of Syria talks.

The terrorist groups have been retreating in several provinces, including Aleppo, Lattakia, Hama, Homs, Damascus and Daraa in the last two months, giving President Bashar al-Assad an upper hand in any talks with international actors and opposition groups.

Ever since the recent defeats, the sponsors of militant groups have boosted their supply aids to reverse or, at least, stop the trend of the Syrian army victories.

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