An old friend of Muhammed Dahlan who worked with him when he was a part of Palestine’s Fateh Movement spoke to Yeni Şafak on the man notoriously known as the “assassin of the Middle East.”
Born in 1978, Dahlan was detained by Israel where he remained out of sight for four years. During that period, he was taught Hebrew, and trained in guerilla warfare and espionage activites. Dahlan also received special training regarding the infrastructure of occupation.
In 2006, Dahlan was extracted from Palestine and he carried out his MOSSAD-supervised activities in countries such as Jordan, UAE, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
Prepped to destabilize the Middle East
Accused of poisoning former Palestinian President Yaser Arafat, Dahlan has for 10 years ocuppied an important role in the network behind the chaos in the Middle East.
When Dahlan was smuggled out of Gaza by Israel in 2006, he swore to retaliate against Hamas and all its supporters.
He carried out operations whose goals intersected with those of the Zionists and which resulted in several civil wars and regime swtiches in the region. He was also the architect behind the ongoing Gaza seige by Egypt and Israel.
Agents in 13 countries
Outside of Palestine, Muhammed Dahlan runs several foundations with the purpose of manipulating public opnion in 13 countries.
Muazzamah al-Jalilah, one of the foundations named after his wife Jalilah Dahlan, carries out activites that also serve the same purpose.
His crew supports the foundations founded by George Soros in countries such as Serbia, Ukraine, Turkey, Croatia and France.
With an annual budget of $550- $600 million paid by the UAE, Dahlan runs his strong intelligence network consisting of 3,00 people, mostly made up of Palestinians.
The intelligence network founded by Dahlan shares the information it collects with the Mossad (Israel’s intelligence agency).
The mastermind behind Sisi’s coup
It is also said that Dahlan was also one of the masterminds behind the coup that deposed Egypt’s former elected-president Muhammed Mursi.
Dahlan and his team spent over $1.5 billion on Egypt’s army, media and civil society foundations.
He was responsible for promoting the idea of ‘resisting the Muslim Brotherhood’ in the media, together with the help of the Nur Party and other leftist organizations prior to the Sisi coup.
Dahlan's terror camp
Mohammed Dahlan, who is known as the “the assassin of the Middle East”, established a terror camp composed of eight thousand people in Egypt. The camp, built in Sinai’s peninsula one-and-a-half year ago, is backed by the United Arab Emirates. The terrorists in the camp are trained for immense attacks in the Middle East, particularly in Turkey, Sudan, Libya and Qatar. The camps first objective, where assault teams are trained by terrorist Abu Hafs, who formed the Libyan structure of Daesh, is to occupy Gaza.GAZA, DAHLAN’S FIRST TARGET Mohammed Dahlan, according to his plan, would create the perception that the “Daesh terror organization occupied Gaza”, by striking Israel-held regions with missiles after deploying Daesh teams in Gaza, and organizing a set of terror attacks. Simultaneously assassinating a number of high level persons in Egypt and Gaza is also a part of the plan. Dahlan aimed to lay the foundation for Egypt’s occupation of Gaza with suicide attacks which would cause great destruction.Abbas says suspension of Israeli contacts to continueTERROR CELL UNITS ESTABLISHEDMohammed Dahlan’s project to occupy the region by defeating Hamas is supported by Fatah Spymaster Teyfik al-Turavi. Some of the people who were involved in crime by Fatah with so-called Daesh operation teams and dismissed from Egypt’s Sinai camp were also involved in the plan. The provocation team of 700 people formed terror cell units of eight across Gaza.ISRAEL TO OCCUPY UNDER THE COVER OF DAESHAfter Gaza’s occupation, Israel’s harassment and occupation will gather pace in some regions, such as Quds, Hebron and Bethlehem. The operations which are planned to be launched in Gaza, and target countries such as Turkey and Qatar by the terrorists trained with the partnership of Mohammed Dahlan, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will be supported by SKY News and Gad TV channel. It was reported that around 900 terrorists were sent to the target countries from the camp in Sinai.Israeli security guard leaves AmmanUAE SPENDS $700 MILLION Terrorists were deported to Turkey, Qatar, the Philippines and Libya from the terror camp which was established by the UAE’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. He had spent $700 million in the establishment of the camp. Given special operation training, terrorists were raised to organize so-called Daesh attacks.Interrogation, confessionVisiting Gaza five times during the last six months from the West Bank, Merve al-Misri was tracked by the Hamas intelligence unit. Al-Misri, who was arrested in an operation while visiting a cell structure, was taken into custody with $650 thousand in her possession. The female journalist confessed the plan against Gaza during her interrogation.Saudi-led bloc unveils new Qatar ‘terrorist’ listLifting siege comes before dialogue: QatarIsrael heads towards isolation: Erdoğan
UAE finances FETÖ with $3 billion
The Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), which attempted a military coup last year on July 15 in Turkey, was revealed to have received financial support of $3 billion from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Qatar University’s lecturer Muhammad bin Mukhtar Al-Shanqiti stated that FETÖ’s senior management visited the UAE 22 times before the coup.They visited the UAE in groupsKnown with his close relations to the Qatari emir, Middle East Specialist Al-Shanqiti said fugitive FETÖ member and former prosecutor Zekeriya Öz and Mohammed Dahlan, also known as the “assassin of the Middle East,” met secretly in the Jumeriah Hotel.FETÖ poisonous to Turkish-American tiesThey met mostly in October-JulyAl-Shanqiti noted FETÖ organized visits in the UAE, in groups of 10-15 people, and, the UAE government paid an invoice of 36 thousand dollars travel expenses with the same aim in October, 2015. He also said that he himself saw the invoice. Speaking to Yeni Şafak, Al-Shanqiti claimed some meetings were held between civilian and military bureaucracy committees, visiting the United Arab Emirates, and the UAE government and Dahlan within the same scope. He added that $3 billion payment was made to the putschists between the dates of October 2015 and July 2016, which was when meeting traffic increased.UAE consider Turkey a threat“The reason why the UAE supported the July 15 coup attempt led by FETÖ ring leader Fetullah Gülen is the positive relation between Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood. The UAE and Egypt supported this conspiracy as they saw this situation as detrimental,” Al-Shanqiti pointed out.Indictment for 140 suspects who blocked Istanbul’s Martyrs Bridge during coupRingleader Gülen met DahlanStating that the mediator between the terrorist organization’s leader Fetullah Gülen and the UAE was Mohammed Dahlan, Qatari Middle East Specialist Al-Shanqiti said: “In this context meetings were held between Fetullah Gülen and Dahlan.”Coups meant to silence azansMuhammad Al-Shanqiti finally commented that each and every coup in the Islamic world is orchestrated to silence the adhan (call to prayer) , and the July 15 Resistance confined this treason thanks to them.FETÖ terrorists are led by U.S.-based Fetullah Gülen, who orchestrated Turkey's July 15 coup attempt and is the mastermind behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police and judiciary.'Democracy watch' rallies to start at midnight July 15Since the failed coup, operations have been ongoing in the military, police and judiciary as well as in state institutions across the country to arrest suspects with alleged links to FETÖ. The terrorist group is also known for its network comprised of hundreds of schools around the world
Israeli minister pushes for an artificial Gaza island
Israel launched a new plan about Gaza and the future of the fenced-in Palestinian enclave.Israel's intelligence and transport minister has long pushed the idea of an artificial island off the coast of the Gaza Strip, with plans for a port, cargo terminal and even an airport to boost the territory's economy and connect it to the world.But now the minister, Israel Katz, has released a slick, high-production video setting out his proposal in more detail, complete with a dramatic, English-speaking narration, colorful graphics and stirring music. "The artificial island initiative is aimed at providing an answer to a reality that is bad for the Palestinians and not good for Israel," says the narrator, acknowledging that the aim is in part to change the view that Israel is to blame for the deteriorating circumstances of Gaza's two million people.Hamas has controlled Gaza for the past decade, during which time Israel and neighboring Egypt have maintained a tight blockade, restricting the flow of goods and people in and out, in part to pressure Hamas.Israel limits Gaza's access to the sea and controls its airspace.Katz's plan calls for a $5 billion investment over five years. It envisages an international consortium building the 1,300-acre island (525 hectares) some three miles offshore, connecting it to the mainland via a causeway, which would have a bridge in the middle that could be raised, cutting off access.Hamas, which has fought three wars with Israel since it seized control of Gaza from Palestinian movement Fatah, has long called for a sea port and wants the airport in Gaza, destroyed by Israel in 2001, rebuilt.It has not commented directly on Katz's island plan, but Sami Abu Zuhri, a spokesman for the group, said: "Building a sea port for Gaza is a right of its people to alleviate their suffering and end the blockade."Katz showed his video to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cabinet this month, where it met with widespread approval, according to Katz's spokesman.But Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who has responsibility for Gaza policy, remains unconvinced and has not endorsed the proposal. He has said Gaza does not deserve any development project as long as Hamas runs the territory.Katz's hope is that if the Israeli government does get fully behind it, it can then be presented to international partners as a potential, if ambitious, project to finance.New Hamas charter got positive European replies: LeaderEU extends police missions in PalestineIsrael detains female Palestinian MP in West Bank raidIsrael, Egypt, UAE plan to appoint Dahlan as Palestine’s leader
New Hamas charter got positive European replies: Leader
Palestinian resistance group Hamas has received "positive" responses from European countries on its new charter, a senior group leader said Sunday.“Many European capitals have dealt positively with our new political document," Osama Hamdan, head of international relations in Hamas, said in an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency."We got positive responses from Sweden and Norway along with positive signs from Britain in addition to supportive positions from Russia and China,” he said.In May, Hamas unveiled a revised charter that accepts a Palestinian state along the borders set before Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza Strip during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.The U.S., however, said its position on Hamas remains unchanged despite the group's new charter.While Washington blacklisted Hamas in 1997, many countries consider the group a legitimate political actor."The U.S. administration always stands beside Israel, since they maintained the same position [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu adopted towards the document," Hamdan said.The Hamas leader said that his group is a resistance group seeking to liberate Palestinian lands occupied by Israel."We represent a lucid movement that struggles to restore usurped rights of its people, who have been living under occupation for decades," he said.- Egypt relationsIn recent years, relations between Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, and Egypt have strained amid Egyptian accusations for the group of interfering in its internal affairs.However, relations have recently improved with the two sides reaching understandings regarding maintaining border security."Our understandings with Egypt did not come all of sudden, but came as a result of three years of mutual trust," Hamdan said."We have managed to prove for our brothers in Egypt that all charges against Hamas of interfering in Egypt’s internal affairs were totally fake,” he added.Last month, Hamas began building a buffer zone along border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, which has been hit by a militant insurgency since 2013.“We are very keen on building robust and healthy relations with brothers [in Egypt] with a view to alleviating the suffering of people in Gaza,” Hamdan said.Home to nearly two million Palestinians, the Gaza Strip has been reeling under a crippling blockade by Israel since 2007.In recent days, Egyptian authorities allowed trucks loaded with industrial fuel to enter Gaza for re-operating the enclave’s only functioning power plant after a two-month hiatus.The move was reportedly part of understandings reached between Hamas, Egypt and exiled Fatah leader Mohamed Dahlan, which Hamas considers as its foe.Asked about Hamas's relations with Dahlan, who is currently based in the United Arab Emirates, Hamdan said “Hamas cannot be a bridge for the return of people who think they can surrender the rights of Palestinian people.”“But, we are ready to be bridges for anyone who holds the project of the resistance and the full liberation of Palestine,” he added.- National reconciliationHamdan said national reconciliation is a main goal for Hamas.“Despite the steps taken by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas against Gaza, we have repeatedly said that internal reconciliation is a principal issue for us,” he said.“We in Hamas opened all doors for the [Ramallah-based] unity government to practice its tasks freely in the Gaza Strip,” he added.Hamas and rival Fatah group, which dominates the Palestinian Authority (PA), have been at odds since the former routed PA forces from Gaza after infighting.In April of 2014, the two groups signed a long-awaited reconciliation agreement that called for the formation of a Palestinian unity government tasked with overseeing Palestinian legislative and presidential polls.Although the unity government was unveiled two months later, it never took on a governing role in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip, while the relationship between Hamas and Fatah remains beset by a host of outstanding differences.In April, Abbas vowed to take “unprecedented steps” to pressure Hamas into relinquishing control of the Gaza Strip.And in June, Israel began reducing the electricity supply to Gaza -- a move it says came at the request of the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority.“Abbas seeks by these sanctions to incite against the Gaza-based resistance, forgetting that these steps would have consequences on the economic, social, political aspects inside Gaza," Hamdan said.- Gulf crisisMeanwhile, the Hamas leader called for dialogue to resolve an ongoing crisis between a number of Arab countries and Qatar.“We feel pain for what is going on in the Gulf countries as it took place between brothers and the Gulf house was seen solid until this crisis,” Hamdan said."We call for solving this problem through dialogue which prioritizes the interests of the whole region not the interest of Israel.”On June 5, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain cut diplomatic relations with Qatar, accusing Doha of supporting terrorism.Saudi Arabia also sealed its land border with Qatar, geographically isolating the tiny Gulf nation.Qatar, for its part, denied the accusations, saying the move to isolate it diplomatically was "unjustified" and in breach of international law.
US pressures Syria’s opposition coalition to join planned Raqqa council
The U.S. administration has been pressuring the Syrian opposition to form a joint Raqqa-based council that includes memebers of the PYD, the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)’s Syrian affiliate. Members of the Syrian opposition coalition who refuse to comply face threats and blackmail aimed at forcing them to accept the U.S.’s new plan for post-Daesh Syria. A member of the Syrian Coalition of Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, who spoke to Yeni Şafak under the condition of anonymity, has disclosed the details of a series of meetings conducted by the U.S. envoy Brett Mcgurk, with the backing of Saudi and U.S. intelligence. It aims to move the Syrian opposition coalition from Istanbul to a Raqqa-based Council that includes members of the PKK/PYD terror organziation. ”They are sparing no effort to actualize this project. They want the Syrian Opposition Coalition to operate from Raqqa,” according to the same Syrian opposition coalition member.‘They’re discrediting the Syrian opposition coalition’ Former Syrian opposition coalition head Ahmad Jarba has held three different meetings in Egypt with the coalition’s head negotiator in a bid to convince him of the U.S.’s post-Daesh Syria plan, which involves Arabs controlling an autonomous state that spans regions of Homs, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor, Raqqa, Hama and Daraa. Jarba also declared in the meetings that the Astana peace process ”will be an absolute failure.”‘Political and military siege’In recent days, Syrian opposition negotiator Riyad Hijab was removed from his post by the coalition’s administration. A large part of the Syrian opposition rejected the pressure intending to distance the coalition from the Turkey-Qatar bloc. Muhammad Dahlan also provided support to Ahmad Jarba’s efforts to convince Hijab of the American proposal.‘Sabotaging Syria’s peace process’U.S. and Saudi-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) groups fighting in southern Syria, with the support of the Pentagon and the CIA from Jordan, are attempting to sabotage the peace process sponsored by Turkey, Russia and Iran in the Kazakh capital of Astana.‘The only condition is to accept a terror corridor’The only condition put forth by the U.S. to Assad’s Arab opposition is to accept an autonomous PKK/YPG-controlled region that spans across the cities of Hasakah, Tal Abyad, Manbij, Qamishli, Rasuleyn, Sheikh Issa, Afrin and Derbasiye.The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the European Union and the United States.The PKK has been conducting armed violence in the southeastern part of Turkey since 1984. More than 40,000 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in the three-decade long conflict.US would consider no-fly zone in Syria if Russia agreesUS: Tillerson to visit TurkeyRussia, Turkey, Iran to continue talks on Syria de-escalation zonesAfrin could be liberated within 20 days: FSA commander