Jew-Bribed Arab Gulf States Isolate Qatar for Supporting Palestinians and Talking to Iran

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
June 6, 2017

Leader of Hamas with Qatari official

Saudi Arabia and its Sunni “allies” have suddenly isolated the nation of Qatar. They are being economically isolated and flights are being stranded. The Saudi strategy of literally starving nations Jews don’t approve of to death is in full-swing, with food shipments into Qatar being halted.

This obviously has something to do with President Kushner’s big weapon’s deal with the Saudis. Think-tank kikes have been whining about Qatar’s support for Gaza Strip Palestinians for years. They are the main benefactors of the Hamas resistance movement.

But the degenerate Qatari aristocrats are already submitting. Apparently, the lives of their Palestinian brothers and sisters aren’t worth sacrificing imports of cocaine and Eastern European prostitutes for.

Jewish Chronicle:

Senior Hamas members have been ordered by the authorities in Qatar to leave Doha. They include Saleh al-Arouri, the operative in charge of directing operations of Hamas terror cells in the West Bank, and Musa Dudin, who was involved in similar work.

While the Qataris have not officially announced the expulsions and Hamas has denied the reports, it seems the Emirate is trying to minimise its overt connections to terror organisations in the wake of the visit by US President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia last month and under pressure from other Sunni Arab governments.

Hamas moved its “political office” from Damascus to Doha in 2012, in protest over the killing of Sunni rebels by the Syrian regime.

Qatar, meanwhile, has emerged as the main Arab state backing Hamas both politically and financially.

While there is no indication yet that Qatar is planning to close down the Hamas office in Doha entirely, or cease funding it in Gaza, this is a further blow for the movement, which has found itself increasingly isolated in the Arab world in recent years.

Since the ouster of Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammed Morsi in Egypt, Hamas, a sister movement to the Brotherhood, has been under intense pressure from the Egyptian regime to sever its ties to it.

In addition, the Saudi government and other Arabian Gulf nations have pressured Hamas on its ties to Iran, with which it has had an on-off relationship since the beginning of the war in Syria.

Tension has been growing since statements purported to have been made by Qatar’s Emir were published last week in which he criticised the Saudis for being too hostile to Iran. The Qataris later claimed that their official website had been hacked and that the statements were false.

Qatar has tried for years to chart its own diplomatic course in the region, supporting Hamas and the Islamic Brotherhood, both financially and with propaganda via its Al Jazeera network. It has also been closer to Iran than the other Sunni Gulf nations. It has tried to balance this with overtures to the West, including hosting a large US military base and quiet engagement with Israel. However, its powerful neighbours now want the Emir to choose sides.

Part of this is Hamas’ fault. Because they are Sunni Muslims (Iranians are Shiites), they have sought to stay on good terms with some of the ZOG-supported Arab Gulf kingdoms. Now they have to eat humble pie and make up with the Iranians, or perish.

The Qataris have for a long time ridden the fence as well. They have tried to stay on good terms with everyone, including Iran, which is unacceptable to Israel and its proxies (USA, Saudi Arabia, Egypt).

20% of that Moslem population is Shiite. The rest is Sunni Salafi – same like the Saudi ruling class. Qatar’s difference of opinion to the rest of the gulf is due to a difference in leadership style, rather than a sectarian difference.

When push comes to shove, all the Sunni states are taking Jewry’s side and preparing for what looks like a looming world war. They are on the brink of forming a “Sunni Arab NATO” to advance Israeli interests against Iran using the weapons they will receive from America. This is a stain on the Trump administration, as it will only proliferate the ISIS terrorism these countries specialize in exporting all over the world.


The conflict between the Arab Sunni states and Persian Shiites is theological on the surface, but there is a racial component as well. Because most (not all) Shi’ite are descended at least in part from Persian colonists [or in the case of the Levant, Greeks -AA], they have a greater degree of Aryan blood, which is manifested in their cultural sophistication, more humane form of Islam, and greater degree of national development.

This is why no matter what Iran does or how many times it extends the olive branch, Jews will always consider them the most threatening country in the Middle East. The Jews hate Iran for the same reason they hate the white race: they’re afraid they might take power make the world a better place!

Iranian Guardian council and the Ayatollah

You will often find the Ayatollah on Twitter quoting great Western philosophers, praising our art, saying insightful things. Even as an Islamic Republic (which is structured after Plato’s Republic combined with Shiite jurisprudence), the Iranian state protects its rich Indo-European history. All of the Islamic world’s most notable achievements, like the House of Wisdom in Baghdad, were the work of Persian Shiites and white Iberian converts – not Sunni Arabs.

The Sunni states, on the other hand, are basically just quasi-negroid savages who struck oil. The Iranians are the natural racial vanguard of the Islamic world, and Gulf Arabs know (and fear) this. Jews exploit their inferiority by promising them power, it’s no different from how they use blacks to attack whites in America.

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If the US had an America-first foreign policy, it would either pull out of the Middle East or support the Shiite Bloc (Iran/Hezbollah/Assad). The one and only reason we are backing terrorist countries like Saudi Arabia is that Jewish people believe it is in Israel’s national security interests.