Press Information indicated that the transfer of the Prime Minister of Qatar – Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani to the Iranian capital Tehran, indicates that the Qatari official is politically suspicious and ambiguous.
A senior source in the Qatari opposition rally in the British capital of London said that indicators of the collapse of the current system of the country has become looming on the horizon.
The source added that the Hamad is going to Iran to complete an obscure matter, which is confined to the belief that the Qatari official wants the Iranians’ political and intelligence help to get rid of the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani and his son Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, in an attempt to take their place on the top of the Qatari regime.
The Qatari source of Baladana News adds that the second possibility for the visit of Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim to the Iranian capital may be a coup against Saudi Arabia which worked with the United States to expel the influence of Qatar from Lebanon, Afghanistan and North Africa. The Qatari official also heard in Washington of a similar expulsion of Qatari authority from Syria, which Saudi was responsible for and specifically the President of the General Intelligence Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Al Saud.
U.S. and Arab officials revealed that many of the Arab leaders allied to the United States complained during their meetings with U.S. President Barack Obama and his top aides, about the risks that may result from the role of Qatar and Turkey in the funding and arming the opposition groups that adopt extreme Islamic militants, including the Muslim Brotherhood.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Jordan’s King Abdullah al-Thani and Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal, in addition to other Arab leaders, called on President Obama to let the United States take the lead in bridging the divisions between countries in the region regarding the Syrian crisis.
They expressed their concern to President Obama regarding Qatar’s support that has reinforced the Victory Front (Jabhat al-Nosra). The newspaper also quoted an anonymous senior Arab official as saying “The President and the United States are the only ones able to restrain the role of Qatar.” The report stated that Qatar and Turkey each sought to use force shifts in the region to expand their diplomatic, economic and religious influence.
Moreover, Egyptian source for the Kuwaiti “Al Jarida” reported the tension in relations between Cairo and Doha, as a result of the close relations between Egypt and Iran. This matter made Qatar send several letters to the President Mohamed Morsi’s regime declaring its refusal for Egypt’s method in handling the Syrian crisis and it’s caving to the dictates of the Iranian regime, which succeeded in silencing the discussion regarding the need to overthrow the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
The sources said that “as soon as the Egyptian’s Presidential delegation’s visit to Tehran at the end of last April, the State of Qatar noticed the Central Bank of Egypt that the Qatari deposits submitted to Cairo will now have a 5% interest rate after it was 0%.” Sources confirmed that the visit of the Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani to Cairo, on April 30, was in order to transfer the causes of the Qatari anger to President Mursi.