Saturday, 9 July 2011

Qatar supports Islamists to take power in Yemen after failed assassination: Top secret document

By Nasser Arrabyee/10/07/2011

A top secret document has revealed that the Yemen largest Islamist opposition party (Islah-Yemen brotherhood) was involved in the failed assassination attempt of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in cooperation with the State of Qatar.

The document, dated June 6th , 2011, and signed by the chairman of Islah Mohammed Al Yadomi, showed the road map of how to take the power gradually from the vice president Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi after getting rid of the commander of the republican guards, Ahmed Ali Abdullah Saleh, oldest son of Saleh.

The document, published late Saturday July 9th, 2011 by the Yemen independent Al Watan website (, contained a primary plan for misleading and misinforming the public that the failed assassination attempt against Saleh was premeditated by the regime itself.

This primary plan also focuses on spreading early misgivings about the investigation results and also about the intentions of the Saudi officials.

The document delayed a media campaign made for highlighting the role of the State of Qatar in overthrowing the regime until Ahmed Ali is gone and his republican guards forces are dismantled.

When Saleh’s son and his forces are gone, then the vice president and ruling party should be rid of as well according to the document.

The document also includes a plan for assassinating the independent leading protesters who disagree with the policies of Islah in cooperation with the defected general troops. Then the Islah members and those who cooperate with them should be told to form a transitional council and pressure on the international community should be raised to recognize such a council.

The document says the top leaders of Islah in the military wing like general Ali Muhsen, and in the tribal wing like Hamid Al Ahmar, and the religious wing like Abdul Majid Al Zandani, should not be in the focus during the plan, instead, the leaders of the second row, should be in the focus.

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