Prof. Fahad M. Al-Otaibi
The Curse of Al-Gaddafi’s Tent

Throughout the four decades in which he has ruled Libya, Muammar al-Gaddafi has made sure to bring his tent with him anywhere in the world.

Now after the collapse of his regime, the tent disappeared forever, but its leaks still emerge day after day. Al-Gaddafi's tent leaks are recordings of the former Libyan leader Muammar Al-Gaddafi, whose conversations were taped by the Libyan Intelligence.

These recordings contain many plots most of them were against the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In his interview with Okaz, the prominent Qatari dissident Khaled Al-Hail said that he obtained Al-Gaddafi tent's leaks with great difficulty and he is going to release all of them.

He added: “I have recordings that may bring down regimes. The way those recordings forced Hamad bin Khalifa to abdicate, they may force regimes and presidents to step down from the seat of power.” There is no doubt that public interest, as Al-Hail puts it, requires the need to expose the criminal organization of the Hamadein regime and its Ottoman and Iranian agents.

Qatar, as Al-Hail stressed, had planned to obtain and destroy the records that would have incriminated the Gulf State. He said: "at the time of the Libyan revolution, when al-Qatari regime elements entered Al-Aziziyah Gate and hoisted the Qatari flag, their goal was to burn and destroy Gaddafi’s entire archive".

Indeed, by trying to destroy the archive, Qatar wants to hide and forever its dirty plots against Saudi Arabia. But, thanks to God, Qatar did not succeed in its goal, and the archive reached us completely to expose many of the conspirators who visit this fateful tent.

We may be shocked by some of the conspiratorial names that will appear soon in these leaks, but, as the English saying puts it: "they have asked for it ".

It is these conspirators who put themselves under the curse of the deceased Colonel's tent.  Accordingly, they deserve the penalty they will receive.





Prof. Fahad M. Al-Otaibi


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