After the terrorist attack on 9/11 in America, the media is mostly satisfied with the fact that the attack was carried out by Osama bin Laden and by 15 Saudi citizens of the 19 al-Qaida activists involved. Qatar was never associated with this terrible attack, either by the media, politicians or “Islam experts”.
Hussein Al Gawi, a Saudi investigative journalist, whose video will be published at the end of this article, has shown interesting ties to Qatar and a former FBI special agent, after the former FBI special agent Ali Soufan recently accused him of threatening campaigns against him on social media, also an article in The New Yorker reported that members of the Soufan Group had given an intelligence order for the safety of Al Soufan because his life was threatened. Ali Soufan even accused Al Ghawi of collaborating with the Saudi government to plot his death.
Al Ghawi also revealed that Soufan was behind the campaign to link the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to terrorism.
Al Ghawi then reported in his investigative program in detail about Soufan’s suspicious connections to Qatar. Ali Soufan accused Al Gawi of wanting to ruin his career, but Al Gawi replied that any journalist is allowed to freely express his research results and opinion according to international law.
Articles on the matter have been published in more than 50 foreign media outlets, including Arab, Iranian and Turkish newspapers, and a number of television channels including Al-Jazeera have investigated the matter.
Al Gawi proves in his investigative programme that Ali Soufan`s torture events of September 11th, while he was even considered a national hero for refusing to torture inmates. According to Soufan, that was one of the reasons why he left the FBI.
He even wrote in his book The Black Banners – that he served tea during interrogation and gave detainees car magazines and McDonald’s meals. After various investigations, it becomes clear that he practiced the strictest and most unimaginable torture methods during interrogation, which has also been reported by a number of foreign newspapers.
There have been many lawsuits against Ali Soufan in London. There are more than 2,500 documents confirming these allegations, including threats to rape the prisoners’ wives and families, sexual assault, suffocation, sleep deprivation, etc. In the video at the end of the article, this is also confirmed by a witness, the former Qatari Inmate Ali Al-Marri.
The Saudi government and MBS were foolishly drawn into the matter simply because Al Gawi tweeted a few details about Soufan’s work, after he accused Saudi Arabia of being behind 9/11. His allegation came in a response to the US Vice President on Twitter. The vice president tweeted, that after Soleimani was assassinated, that Iran and Soleimani were accused of being involved in the 9/11attacks but Ali Soufan accused Saudi Arabia.
Who is Ali Soufan
Born in Lebanon, Ali Soufan went to America to study and began working for the FBI as a translator in 1996. He then directly joined the team overseeing the persecution of al-Qaeda members. He has also participated in several investigations, most notably the 1998 bomb attack on the American embassies in Tanzania and Kenya and the 2000 bomb attack on the destroyer USS Cole in Yemen, and eventually participated in the November 11th investigation. September 2001. Before the events of September 11th, there were very important incidents that raised many questions.
Files suddenly disappeared during the investigation that were being monitored by Ali Soufan: For example, the mastermind of the bombings, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, used to work for the water department in Qatar and lived in Qatar on the Al Waab farm, which belonged to the Qatari Interior and Foundation Minister Abdullah bin Khalid Al Thani even though he was wanted by the United States for security reasons. The person who revealed the information about Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was the director of the police and the minister of economy, Sheikh Hamad bin Jasim bin Hamad.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was not arrested in Doha despite being wanted by the USA, but instead they arrested Sheikh Hamad and took him back to Qatar, where he suddenly disappeared in front of Soufan and his team.
After Osama bin Laden left Sudan in 1996, he went to Doha and lived on the Al Waab farm for two weeks, before going to Afghanistan. He also returned to Doha in 2000 and was not arrested. Mohammed al-Islambouli, brother of President Sadat’s killer and bin Laden’s son-in-law, was also a resident of Qatar and was charged with planning terrorist operations known as the 1993 Bojinka conspiracy. He was not arrested and now lives in Turkey. The man who planned the USS Cole terrorist attack against the US Navy in 2000 had left Iraq and visited Qatar before the terrorist operation was carried out. Nobody arrested him. Bin Laden’s cell phone was bought by Sa’ad al-Faqih from the United States for $ 7,500 by a person named Khalid al-Fawwaz, and he sent it to Doha. The known officer in charge John O’Neill, then Deputy FBI Director, has located bin Laden and ordered his arrest. However, the then US ambassador to Yemen refused to carry out the operation.
John O’Neill resigned because his duties had been disrupted by parties he had not named. John O’Neill was killed in the September bombings, two weeks after his appointment as head of security at the World Trade Center. Suspicious that this US ambassador is working in Doha today, in the same center where Ali Soufan works. He’s even a faculty member at Georgetown University in Qatar.Ali Soufan was close to a large number of American officers and had access to information about serious operations the US would witness in the summer of 2001, and that is exactly what happened in the painful September bombings. Most important of these sources was Bin Laden’s financial manager Jamal al-Fadl, who surrendered in the US in 1997. He appeared in New York courts 11 months before the bombings and warned them that al-Qaeda was conducting terrorist operations in the US and that this would change the world map and that the main financier of al-Qaeda was the Qatar Charity Foundation.
But Soufan and other officers paid no attention to al-Fadl’s information. Rather, he believed he had exaggerated and was mentally ill. What also went unnoticed by the media is that three Qataris – Meshal al-Hajri, Fahad Abdullah and Ali al-Fuhaid – were indicted in connection with attacks in September. Their mission was to oversee operations and locations targeted by the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington. They had visited the World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty weeks before the terrorist operation was carried out and had bookings on the plane that struck the Pentagon in Washington. However, they did not get on, but got on another one to London.
Back to Soufan’s job with the FBI in charge of investigating the September attacks before resigning in 2005. The resignation was due to the fact that the CIA withheld specific information and obstructed the investigation. After his resignation, Soufan bought an apartment in New York for $ 1.5 million. Meanwhile, some US newspapers asked where he got the money from, as the large amount of money was noticeable.
A few months after his resignation, Soufan became head of a Giuliani Partners security company. He was then appointed head of a Qatar branch office, a Qatar Petroleum company owned by the Qatar Ministry of Interior, led by Abdullah bin Khalid, who is accused of supporting terrorism, namely Qatar Electricity Co. and the agency for public works for water where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed worked. Notably, Giuliani Partners for Security was founded in 2003 by Rudy Giuliani. He was NYC Mayor at the time of the September attacks. The first head of state to visit the US after the September attacks was Hamad bin Khalifa, who visited the WTC bombing site and met with NYC Mayor Giuliani and made a donation of $ 35 million to the families the victim handed over.Rudy Giuliani has been a special advisor to the Qatari government since 2003. Giuliani’s office, managed by Qatar’s Soufan, is located on the 10th floor of the Four Seasons Hotel, registered on behalf of Al Baraa Trading. Ali Soufan’s residence card was not from the company, but from a sponsor named Mohammed al-Masned. Mohammed al-Missned is the head of Qatari intelligence and the cousin of Sheikha Moza al-Missned, mother of the current Emir of Qatar. Soufan later founded several companies such as the Soufan Group for Security and Intelligence, which has a contract with the White House as a consulting firm for Obama and he also founded the Qatar International Academy for Security Studies (QIASS), where most of the members worked in the FBI and others were diplomats in the US embassy in Riyadh. He then founded the Qatari-US Research Center and is a member of the Brookings Doha Center. Let’s not forget that Soufan is considered to be the co-founder of the International Center for Sports Safety, which was established in Qatar in 2010 with the stated aim of combating corruption in sport. However, according to French magazine Mediapar, the center spied on several international athletes on a mission known as “Operation Hawk”.
Members of the operation were former Interpol officers who were working to recruit athletes to serve Qatar’s interests in hosting the 2022 World Cup. A contract was recently signed between the Qatari Embassy in Washington and Blueprint Consulting through Soufan Group, which helped shine Qatar’s image after the boycott, attack on the boycott countries and covering up Qatar’s role in Somalia, Libya, Syria and Italy for 1, 2 million dollar.Soufan acquired Qatari citizenship, but this information was deleted from Wikipedia in Arabic and English after Al Gawi’s tweets on Twitter.
Ali Soufan became a lecturer at Hamad bin Khalifa University under the supervision of the Qatar Foundation at the College of Islamic Studies, where the Mauritanian Mohammed al-Shanqiti and others, who were indicted and imprisoned in the USA worked.
According to Al Gawi’s research, some questions remain unanswered. Was Soufan smuggled to America to integrate and to cover up terrorist operations?
How is it possible that Ali Soufan has been celebrated as a national hero in the fight against terrorism for 25 years but has been working with people who are accused of supporting terrorism?
What is undisputed, however, is that Soufan’s current position, regardless of his previous public or private positions, is valued by many and he is still working hard to damage Saudi Arabia’s reputation.
It is also a strange coincidence that the same law firm, Debevoise & Plimpton, that worked to remove Yassin Qadi from the U.S. sanctions list last July represented the Committee to Protect Journalists, as well as backing those of Khashoggis team, some of Qatars supported dissidents such as Omar Abdulaziz and Iyad Baghdadi. The same company also represented George Soros’ Open Society Justice Initiative in a FOIA request for government documents related to the Khashoggi investigation.
The Open Society had previously funded the efforts of UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard, who wrote an outside party-funded report on the killing of Khashoggi without consulting any Saudis. Callamard also initiated a unrealistic report in support of Jeff Bezos’ discredited allegations that the Saudi crown prince had hacked his phone, “aided” by equally dubious testimony from the same Iyad Baghdadi.
Ali Soufan is also cited by the Open Society’s judicial initiative as an interrogator who would not torture terrorists, but Ghawi’s investigation shows that this may be wrong. Both Callamard and Soufan participate in the House Intelligence Committee on US-Saudi Security and Intelligence Relationship. It seems that this is a well-planned action. Indeed, the evidence points to a pattern of coordination between Islamists in Qatar and Saudi dissidents belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, such as Omar Abdul Aziz and Iyad Baghdadi, who are apparently also of Soros concern. It points to a cooperation between international Islamists, leftists, and various intelligence agents and political opportunists in the West who have been working together for decades to enforce the MuslimBrotherhood.
Ali Soufan cooperates with Qatari media, such as Aljazeera, MiddleEastEye, etc. and various western news agencies, such as the Washington Post, is described as an expert on counter-terrorism and is very busy giving his opinion in various discussion groups to denounce the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and the royal family.
To actually fight terrorism that threatens the Middle East, America and Europe, no journalist or politician in the world is doing a favor of covering up the facts and not doing good research, as we have come to a point where represents is a very serious threat to world security and also plays an extremely important role in information warfare, as it spends billions in pro-muslimbrotherhood propaganda.
Finally, I present you the original youtube video by Al Gawi, where you can listen to his research.
You can enjoy watching with English subtitle.