Clinton's emails reveal Khairat Al-Shater, Muslim Brotherhood's role in "media chaos" in Egypt

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Tue, 13 Oct 2020 - 08:49 GMT

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signs a copy of her new book 'What happened' at Barnes & Noble bookstore at Union Square in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signs a copy of her new book 'What happened' at Barnes & Noble bookstore at Union Square in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

CAIRO - 13 October 2020: A network of suspicious interests has converged to bring together Qatar, the administration of former US President Barack Obama, and the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood, to build a new Middle East, where there is no place for stability after eliminating power and armies and igniting crises in the countries of the Arab world.

 

Details of the conspiracy that culminated in 2010, after paving the way for what was known as the Arab Spring revolutions,were revealed by emails of the secretary of state under Barack Obama, and the losing candidate in the 2016 White House elections Hillary Clinton.Clinton's messages have revealed - and are still revealing - how The Democratic Party of the United States led the region into turmoil.

 

The messages further uncoveredthe close association of the former US Secretary of State under Barack Obama with Qatar and Al Jazeera, and the attempt to exploit them to spread chaos in Egypt by supporting the destructive revolutions known as the Arab Spring revolutions.

 

Furthermore, the leaks that were published during the past years unveiled the Brotherhood’s plot against Egypt and the involvmentof the terrorist Brotherhood leaders, headed by Khairat Al-Shater, whose wealth has ballooned dramatically in the wake of the Arab revolutions.

 

Shater cooperated with Clinton in exchange for implementing the sabotage plan drawn up by the symbols of the Democratic Party in the United States to topple the regimes of the Arab countries and replace them with extremist and terrorist groups.

 

The leaks of the correspondence of the former US Secretary of State have solved the mystery of Shater's wealth expansion, as Hillary's leaks revealed that he had received US support of about $ 100 million to launch a global news channel and an independent daily newspaper to support the Brotherhood, but the leaked messages did not clarify the fate of the project.

 

It was an even bigger mystery that the Forbes listedShateramong the 100 richest people in the world in 2013, with a fortune estimated at $20 billion.

 

According to one of the e-mails, Hillary Clinton visited Al-Jazeera in Doha in May 2010, and met with the network’s director at the time, Waddah Khanfar, to support the American plan in Egypt and the countries of the region that had witnessed the subversive revolutions.

 

In another meeting in the same month, Hillary met with members of the channel’s board of directors, and discussed the visit of a delegation from the channel to Washington. She also met with former Prime Minister of Qatar, Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani.

 

One of the leaked documentsexposed Clinton's conversation with former Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim about the Egyptian-American Investment Fund project, where she requested Qatar's participation in the fund.

 

The document indicates that the United States launched the Egyptian-American Investment Fund, and another similar project in Tunisia, to provide job opportunities and contribute to the expansion of the small business sector by increasing access to capital and strengthening the private sector.

 

Jim Harmon, who held the position of Chairman of the Board and President and CEO of the Export-Import Bank during President Clinton's second term, was appointed as president of the fund.

 

The document stated that the Egyptian-American Investment Fund was initially launched with an amount of $60 million, and Qatar announced an aid package of $2 billion to Egypt with the knowledge of Qatari Prime Minister Hamad bin Jassim, and that $2 billion dollars could be allocated to the fund.

 

This document reveals Qatar's desire to intervene in the Egyptian issue, as well as the Tunisian issue through funds that support the Brotherhood regime, which came to power after the chaos that many countries in the region witnessed 2011, including Egypt and Tunisia.

 

Although Shater's long prison terms and his involvement in several cases were sufficient to keep him away from the trade in which he works, his wealth kept growing in a way and questions about the source of the terrorist Brotherhood finances were raised.

 

Shater, who served as the first deputy guide of the terrorist Brotherhood, is accused of communicating with external parties, killing peaceful protesters, inciting violence,intimidating citizens, and participating in several illegal activities, most notably the activities of the well-known Guidance Office in the media on the Friday of Dignity.

 

Terrorist leader Muhammad Khairat Saad Abd al-Latif Al-Shater, known as KhiratAl-Shater, was born on May 4, 1950 in Dakahlia Governorate, and graduated from the Faculty of Engineering. He worked as a civil engineer and businessman, and went to London to obtain a doctorate, then returned to expand into commerce.

 

Shater was excluded from the 2012 presidential elections in Egypt due to being accusedin the case known in the media as the "Al-Azhar Militia Case." He was sentenced to 7 years, but was released after the January revolution, after serving 4years.

 

Shater founded the Brotherhood's official website in English, to display their views on the West. Shater pleaded for the West's sympathy through his article "Don't be afraid of us," which was published by his British friends in the Guardian newspaper.

 

Shater has faced several charges sincethe rule of late President Gamal Abdel Nasser to the present day. In 1968, he was imprisoned for four months for his participation in student demonstrations, and was dismissed from Alexandria University. In 1992, he was imprisoned for a year in the so-called Salsabil case. He was sentenced to 5 years for reviving the banned group in 1995 in the case known in the media as the "Community Shura Council", and he was imprisoned for 7 years in 2007 on charges of money laundering, where his money was confiscated.

 

The money of the accused, Khairat Al-Shater, was confiscated on charges of money laundering in 2007, and in 1992 in the Salsabil case. The lands where Shater and Hassan Malik intended to establish a factory in 6th of October City were also confiscated.

 

Hundreds of emails have been publicly published on the U.S. state administration website upon President Donald Trump's orders to his Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, as Clinton's private email server was attacked by Trump when he was campaigning against her in 2016, saying that Clinton should be trailed for these emails.

 

On October 7, Trump said on his twitter account that he authorized the declassification of Clinton emails, describing her conduct as a "crime".

 

I have fully authorized the total declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax. Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. No redactions!” Trump wrote.

 

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