A Letter to Al Jazeera’s “The Stream”

To our Gates of Vienna family, again:

My health prevents our full participation in The Qatar Awareness Campaign Coalition. Nonetheless, I am determined to share the work William Palumbo has done on the behalf of the West in shining a spotlight on the horror of Qatar.

QAC is his idea. This letter-writing campaign is his: his idea, his energy, his organizing skills, his many hours spent in herding cats in the Counterjihad and the higher-ups — getting them all to sign up for this week-long project. When I say he has phenomenal energy, I mean that what he has done takes grit; his work is profoundly encouraging and an example to us all of what one person can imagine and then bring to reality. This is no small miracle he has pulled off in creating the website, creating the publicity out of nothing, and managing even to move some of The Bigs to sign on to his initiative to show Qatar in its ugly reality.

He deserves your attention for pulling Qatar up into the light of day so we can all see what a horror it is.

America’s friend and ally, Qatar, owns Al Jazeera. Below is another epistle to two of the enablers who work there. Don’t you find it creeping strange that an organization like Al Jazeera is broadcast here almost without complaint yet news sources such as Fox are pilloried by the soi-disant intelligentsia? That’s an astounding double standard.

Ms. Malika Bilal and Ms. Femi Oke
Al Jazeera English
PO Box 23127
Doha – Qatar

Dear Ms. Bilal and Ms. Femi Oke:

This letter is being sent to you on behalf of the Qatar Awareness Campaign Coalition. The purpose is to inform you and the public of the activities of Qatar, the country which owns Al Jazeera, the network on which you are co-hosts of the program, The Stream.

We urge to you read the information below, which includes evidence that Qatar is arguably the preeminent sponsor of terror in the world today. It is a benefactor of the genocidal armies of ISIS, al Qaeda, and Boko Haram; it is involved in Taliban narcotics trafficking through a relationship with the Pakistani National Logistics Cell; and profits from operating a virtual slave state. Qatar is involved in terror operations from Nigeria to Gaza to Syria to Iraq.

So the public understands why this letter is addressed to you both, who are American (Ms. Bilal) and British (Ms. Oke) citizens and co-hosts of an Al Jazeera daily program, here is pertinent background on the Doha-based network:

  • In 1996, then Emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, provided a $137 million loan to start Al Jazeera. Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani was the ruling monarch of Qatar from 1995-2013.
  • Al Jazeera is based out of Doha, the capital of Qatar.
  • In July 2013, 22 employees of Al Jazeera resigned after the station “air[ed] lies and misle[d] viewers” (according to an Al Jazeera correspondent) regarding the Egyptian revolution on July 4, which ousted Muslim Brotherhood president Mohamed Morsi.
  • Al Jazeera is home to the Muslim Brotherhood’s spiritual leader (and Morsi-backer) Yusuf al-Qaradawi, who reaches an estimated 80 million viewers each week.

In light of Al Jazeera’s consistent and vocal support for the Muslim Brotherhood and their associated terror campaigns, we ask that you consider the attached sourced report* on Qatar’s activities. The links cited are vetted and credible sources. We hope you take the time to verify the truth of the statements for yourself.

After doing so, the Coalition of the Qatar Awareness Campaign calls on you to exert due influence on the Qatari government to cease any type of involvement in all forms of Islamic terrorism, slavery, and drug trafficking.

* Qatar Research Report: http://www.stopqatarnow.com/p/research-report.html

CC: PR, Media Relations of Al Jazeera

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From the website:

Sign the Petition! Visit www.stopqatarnow.com

The Qatar Awareness Campaign Coalition is comprised of more than 25 journalists, national security experts, publishers, and independent researchers have signed on** to publish this information on their websites and/or Facebook pages. To view all Coalition participants/signers, please visit the Campaign’s website, here [http://www.stopqatarnow.com/p/coalition.html].

**   Mr. Palumbo noted that as of yesterday there were more than 2,000 visitors to stopqatarnow.com, and more than 300 petition signatures, including many from the UK. For our readers with Twitter accounts and/or Facebook pages, please consider signing on for this initiative to further the truth about our friend and ally, Qatar.

— Dymphna

6 thoughts on “A Letter to Al Jazeera’s “The Stream”

  1. Heya D,
    good to see that you finally have a fighting heart, hope your scars heal as well as my vascular surgery did.
    Granted I can’t go on demos anymore but my mind is still free.
    Keep up the good fight my friend.

  2. I suggest pressure be brought to bear on FIFA to rescind its decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. It might involve having to return the contents of a large brown envelope.

  3. Al-Jazeera in English is the best global source of third-world news and its bias is no worse, and actually neatly counterbalances, that of the MSM. That America makes it hard to receive in the States is shameful hypocrisy.

  4. I signed the Stop Qatar Now! petition. Thanks!
    Hope you are regaining your strength and continuing to feel better!

  5. Great idea! And sounds like a good source of information.

    Perhaps we could also have another campaign – boycottdubai.com, aimed at Emirates airlines and the like? Do people really want to financially support states where women go to jail for getting raped?!

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