TV channel Al-Arabiya, owned by the Saudi family, continues to publish top secret documents under the title Syria Leaks, which reveals the role of the Assad's regime in many crimes, as well asto clarify some details of the complicity of the terrorist state of Russia in the crimes.
In another set of documents, al-Arabiya discloses some details of the explosion 2012 in a mall in the Qatari capital of Doha in May 2012.
It is to be recalled in this connection that relations between Russia and Qatar have recently sharply worsened.
The representative of Russian terrorists at the UN Vitaly Churkin publicly showed Russia's true face at the end of January 2012.
When the UN Security Council was considered a draft resolution on Syria, Russia blocked the document. Before the voting, the Foreign Minister of Qatar said to Churkin: "I warn Russia that if it does not abstain from the veto and does not accept the UN resolution, it will lose the support of all Arab countries".
In response, Churkin threatened the Qatari Foreign Minister of Qatar with a complete destruction of his country:
- "If you talk to me this way, then there will be no more such thing as Qatar starting from today" (si vous me parlerez une autre fois de cette facon, il n'y aura plus une telle chose comme le Qatar a partir d'aujourd'hui...)".
However, it seems the threat by Russian terrorist thug Churkin was actually expressed in a more rude manner, which has been softened by UN French and English interpreters. A Moscow news agency, Russian News Service, quoted Churkin as saying: "Try to blather to me in such manner again, your Qatar will not live till tomorrow".
He also added that he is representing "great Russia and speaks on its behalf only with important people", wrote in that time the Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram.
The relations between Russia and Qatar worsened in late November of 2011, when Qatari customs officers beat a presumptuous Russia's terrorist "ambassador" Titorenko.
The incident occurred on the evening of November 29 in Doha International Airport. The Russian terrorist "ambassador" was returning from Jordan. Upon arrival in Doha, he and several of his thugs were detained by border guards. They were interested in the contents of their suitcases, which were claimed as "diplomatic post".
In 2003, it was this so-called "diplomatic post" that Russia's terrorists used to bring into Qatar a bomb and blew up the ex-president of independent Chechnya Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev and his 13-year old son.
The Russian terrorist "embassy" in Qatar included then the agents of Russian military intelligence GRU and a so-called "first secretary of the Russian embassy in Qatar" who were arrested by the Qatari authorities. However, as a result of conspiracy at the "highest level", Russian terrorists were soon released. Qatar is now reaping the fruits of its short-sighted policies.
Al-Arabiya reports on further development around a threat of hardened Russian terrorist thug named Churkin at the UN:
- "Assad behind deadly mall blaze in Qatar: leaked documents
In May, a shopping mall blaze in Qatar killed 19 people, most of them children at an unlicensed Doha nursery.
The fire which began in a sporting goods store in Doha's Villagio Mall had started, according to official statements, "due to faulty electrical wiring in a fluorescent light."
All 19 people killed in the inferno on May 28 were foreigners, including two fire fighters, 13 children and four teachers.
Officially, the fire was not premeditated.
However, leaked files reveal that the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad might have planned the Villagio blaze.
The leaked documents are highly-classified Syrian security files obtained by Al Arabiya from opposition sources.
The channel said that it has verified and authenticated hundreds of these documents and that it has decided to disclose ones with substantial news value and political relevance.
A telegram (see photo) sent in February from the presidential palace in Damascus to the Syrian Embassy in Qatar unveils important information on the Syrian strategy to "embarrass" the Qatari state.
Syrian Major General Dhu al-Himma Shaleesh, head of the president's Special Security force, wrote to the Syrian ambassador in Qatar, Hajem Ibraheem, requesting from him to serve "the supreme interests of the (Syrian) state".
Shaleesh informed the ambassador of the need to humiliate Qatar after its supposed role in supporting the Free Syrian Army, the country's main armed opposition group (according to the West - KC).
Shaleesh had requested from the Syrian ambassador in Qatar to provide him with suggestions on how Syria would proceed to implement its strategy and put the Gulf state in a critical situation to weaken its image and alter public opinion of the state.
A second highly secretive document (see photo) dated June 2, also sent from Shaleesh but this time addressed personally to President Assad, acknowledges the "success" of the first operation aimed to destabilize Qatar and embarrass it in front of the world.
Shaleesh named the operation "Villagio blaze."
Al Arabiya's exclusive series on the newly-leaked security documents continues tomorrow".
Department of Monitoring