In an opinion piece published in the Italian newspaper Al Rai, Suad Sbaie said that Qatar bought the United Nations through its signing of the "structural" partnership agreements, on the sidelines of the Doha Forum on December 15 and 16, whereby important UN agencies will open offices in Qatar.
The soul of the main international organization has been sold to the devil by the UN Secretary General in person, Antonio Guterres, for the modest sum of $500 million: this is the amount of the donation in return for which Guterres denied the founding principles of the UN Charter (articles 1 and 2), while expressing all his “gratitude” to the emirs of Terror.
If the Charter entrusts the United Nations with the task of promoting the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, Guterres should in no way establish privileged relations with a country where foreign workers are treated as slaves (see the inhumane conditions, the dead and the wounded in the construction sites of the stadiums that will host the next 2022 football world cup), dissent against the policies of the regime is punished with imprisonment or expulsion (see the Al Ghofran and Rashid Al Ajami cases), and the state ideology is the extremism of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Moreover, if the Charter entrusts the United Nations with the task of maintaining international peace and security, and of promoting the peaceful resolution of disputes, it is disturbing – to say the least – that Guterres, in his speech at the Doha Forum, highlighted “the important contribution of Qatar against terrorism and […] in the mediation of regional conflicts”.
The emirs of Terror certainly have a major voice in the various crises affecting the Middle East and other areas of the planet, but their alleged mediation skills are based on the following and perverse scheme: first, Qatar creates instability or helps create it, by supporting terrorist groups, armed militias and, on the political level, figures and parties tied to the Muslim Brotherhood; then it credits itself and intervenes as a mediator to promote “peace” negotiations which involve the same instability factors previously generated, and have a positive conclusion only if Doha’s wishes are fulfilled.