Qatar's recklessness in Libya

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Al-Ogaily Breeni, Head of the Supreme Council of the Libyan Tribes and Cities, has spilled the beans on Qatar’s role in Libya.

Before getting brutally murdered by the so-called revolutionaries, Gaddafi had tasked Breeni with warning the Saudi ambassador in Spain that Tehran and Doha are planning to take over the Arab peninsula. 

Abdelhakim Belhadj sold Libyan intelligence and military systems to Qatar for $40 million, Breeni revealed stating that Doha is responsible for the debilitating conditions in Libya, “we have documents to prove Qatar’s devastation in Libya and we’ll give them to all international organizations,” he said.

There are 1500 Qatari-supported militias in Misrata, Zintan, Derna, and Benghazi that include mercs from Sudan, Tunisia, Chad, and Niger, all are used by Qatar to exacerbate the conflict between Haftar, Serag and Oqaila.

“Qatari-supported militias occupy my house in Tripoli,” Breeni said with grief.   

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