Qatar’s ambassador to Belgium covered up Hezbollah terror funding


Qatar’s envoy to Belgium helped a German advertising organization in an intricate concealment of the Gulf state’s financing of the Hezbollah, a security contractual worker who professes to have worked for Western knowledge administrations has revealed to The Jerusalem Post.

As per the contractual worker, who has been recognized in the German press as “Jason G.” and has spoken widely to The Post, Qatar’s Ambassador to Belgium Abdulrahman canister Mohammed Sulaiman Al-Khulaifi supposedly tried to arrange a consent to pay Jason G., 750,000 euros to stay quiet about Qatar’s accounted for job in financing Hezbollah. Al-Khulaifi recently filled in as minister to Berlin from 2009 to 2016.

“I never expected to get the settlement. It was consistently the goal to draw out who the lenders for Hezbollah were in Qatar and which Qataris were giving them security,” Jason told the Post.

“Jason G.” said he utilizes the false name to maintain a strategic distance from conceivable reprisal by the Qatari system. He told the German press this week that he had composed a dossier in regards to Qatar’s supposed help of Hezbollah. The Post had the option to audit segments of a far reaching dossier sorted out by Jason, delineating Qatar’s supposed fund of weapons for the Lebanese Shi’ite development. German insight has allegedly confirmed the veracity of the dossier.

Jason has been at the focal point of three sensation German media reports as of late about Qatar’s fear fund of Hezbollah, and its utilization of the incredible WMP advertising office to apparently acknowledge a huge money installment to delete Doha’s fingerprints in giving material military guide to Hezbollah.

While the Post has not met Jason who won’t uncover his nationality or for whom he is as of now working, the paper has led various discussions with him and his lawyer. The Post has gotten documentation from Jason and his lawyer which affirms Qatar’s job in financing Hezbollah exercises.

Two German distributions − Die Zeit and Berliner Zeitung − announced in July that a top Qatari ambassador in Brussels, who was a contact of Michael Inacker, the CEO of the WMP advertising organization, filled in as the go-to person among Qatar and Jason in the push to conceal the Gulf country’s supposed budgetary help for Hezbollah.


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