Hiding in plain sight
Why is Qatar, godfather of Hamas and bankroller of western Islamisation, being feted over the hostage deal?
Britain’s prime minister, Rishi Sunak, did a strange thing today. He thanked Qatar for its involvement in brokering the hostage deal between Israel and Hamas.
Leave aside the fact that the deal, due to come into effect on Friday morning, is fragile; no-one can be sure it will actually produce the four-day cease-fire and release of the hostages who were kidnapped into Gaza during the Hamas pogrom in southern Israel on October 7.
Leave aside also the anguished debate within Israel over whether the deal is to be welcomed for the prospective release of at least some of the hostages, or is a catastrophe which will weaken Israel and make the survival of Hamas more likely.
The main point is that Qatar is far from an honest broker. Qatar created Hamas and funds it to the tune off $30 million per month. It has hosted Hamas in Doha for years. It is giving sanctuary at this very moment to the Hamas leader, Ismail Haniyeh. Qatar and Hamas are indivisible. Qatar is the godfather of Hamas barbarism and depravity.
So why was Rishi Sunak rushing with unseemly haste to thank Qatar for the deal?