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By Rick Heizman, October 25, 2019

Frontier Myanmar published an article titled, “After the Gold Rush”, October 10, 2019.
A good article - featuring some recent history and the present situation of the 4 main
telecommunication companies, namely: Telenor, Ooredoo, MPT, and Mytel. I learned some
things from the article, and it helped clarify various points. However, once again, as is typical
in a lot of Frontier Myanmar articles, there are a few paragraphs that show Frontier’s habit of
inserting propaganda into a factual article.
As the article is stating some facts about Ooredoo, all of a
sudden this sentence appears:
“In Myanmar, the Qataris have faced an additional,
but difficult to quantify, challenge: anti-Muslim sentiment.”
There are a number of points to make here:
1) Let’s look at the activities of Qatar around the world. (see below)
2) Might the government of Qatar, or its state owned Al Jazeera Media Network, or any of its
funded terrorist groups - including the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) have an
anti-Buddhist sentiment?
- Of course they do! Islam teaches Muslims that all non-Muslims are worthless - especially
Buddhists and Hindus, for worshipping statues, and being agnostic or polytheistic.
3) Is it permissible that victims of Muslim atrocities can be frightened and critical of Muslims
and Islam (‘islamaphobic’) and harbor an anti-Muslim sentiment (I am NOT saying a
violent anti-Muslim sentiment)? Example: Nigerian Christian girls who have been violently
kidnapped, forced to convert to Islam, forced to marry Muslim men, or Rakhine Buddhists,
Hindus, and ethnic minority victims of the planned genocidal ethnic cleansing by the
Bengali Muslims (‘Rohingya’) - can these type of victims be allowed to fear and dislike
Muslims without being accused of ‘Islamaphobia’?
- Of course! Despite the efforts of many to punish anyone critical of Islam, and make it a
criminal offense to do so.
4) If Qatar’s financing of terror groups that have an agenda against Myanmar is more fully
exposed and proven, would it be proper for the people of Myanmar and the government of
Myanmar to shut it down and drive them away?
- Of course, because Qatar would like to see nothing but the elimination and
disappearance of Buddhism worldwide.

Qatar is a small size country that has the highest per capita income in the world, as a result of
having the world's third-largest natural gas reserves and oil reserves, Qatar wields
disproportionate influence in the world - and not necessarily good influence.

State Owned Al Jazeera Media Network

Qatar is the home of the state owned Al Jazeera Media Network, one of the worlds largest
media groups. Qatar has also become one of the largest terror-financiers and a patron of
radical Islam and militant jihadists. Now the oil-rich nation has started playing another card in
turning Jamaat e Islami Bangladesh (JIB) and the Myanmar-based Arakan Rohingya
Salvation Army (ARSA) into deadly threats to regional as well as global security.

Qatar, bordered by Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf, has

been accused of allowing terror financiers to operate within its
borders. The country has been called “the Club Med for
Terrorists” by Ron Prosor, an Israeli diplomat and “most two-
faced nation in the world, backing the U.S.-led coalition
against the militants of the Islamic State while providing a
permissive environment”, in the words of one top American
official, “for terrorist financiers to operate with impunity”.
Accusations come from a wide variety of sources including
intelligence reports, government officials, and journalists. At the official level, the Qatari
government has been accused of supporting and financing Muslim Brotherhood and Al
Qaeda, Taliban, Hamas, Jamaat-e-Islami, among many more such organizations. Today, the
family of Osama bin Laden live in Qatar. The ‘Bin Laden Villa’ in Doha houses most of the
women and children of the deceased al-Qaeda founder.

Qatar is one of two countries in the world that subscribes to the Wahhabi sect within Islam -
the other is Saudi Arabia. Wahhabism is an Islamic doctrine and religious movement founded
by Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab. It is described as ultraconservative, austere, puritanical,
fundamentalist, and extremely intolerant. The Bengali Muslim laborers, whom the British
imported to nearby Arakan in the mid and late 1800s were observed (by British officer Peter
Murray, and others) to be influenced, at that time by the Islamic Faraidi movement in Bengal
based on the ideology of the Wahhabis of Arabia (pre Saudi Arabia). Wahhabism was, and
is, one of the most fundamental and intolerant sects of Islam advocating strict Sharia Law
and the elimination of all other faiths.

Using its Wealth to Emerge as Leader of Muslims World

As part of its ambition of emerging as the leader of the Muslim world, Qatar has been
providing millions of dollars to militancy outfits such as Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army
(ARSA) as well as Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh. Such huge funding is being generated
from state-controlled charities, such as Qatar Charity and Sheikh Eid al-Thani Charitable
Association, also known as the Eid Charity. It should be mentioned here, both Qatar Charity
and the Eid Charity are very active across Asia, Africa and Europe.

Jamaat-e-Islami is an Islamic political organization and social conservative movement
founded in 1941 in British India by the Islamic theologian and socio-political philosopher,
Abul Ala Maududi. Although Maududi believed Muslims effectively formed a separate nation
from the Hindus of India, he initially opposed the partition of India to create a ‘Muslim state'
circumscribed to Muslim-majority regions, agitating instead for an ‘Islamic state’ covering
the whole of India—this despite the fact Muslims made up only about 15% of India's

Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) is seen as the front for the South Asian (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri
Lanka, the Maldives, Rakhine State of Myanmar) Islamist movement.

Al Jazeera and Jamaat-e-Islami

Laila Al-Arian, daughter of Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) board member Sami Al-Arian, is an
influential producer at the Qatari-owned Al Jazeera news network. She shows special
enthusiasm particularly in helping Jamaat-e-Islami in establishing “Allah’s rule” in
Bangladesh and neighboring Rakhine State, Myanmar, as well as the rest of South Asia.

Jamaat-e-Islami in Qatar

In July 2017, Bangladeshi intelligence services and the Bangladesh Financial Intelligence
Unit (BFIU) investigated 17 national and international NGOs on suspicion of financing
terrorism. The NGOs include the Bangladesh Krishi Kalyan Samity, Muslim Aid Bangladesh,
Rabeta Al-Alam al-Islami, Qatar Charitable Society, Islamic Relief Agency, Al-Furkan
Foundation, Kuwait Joint Relief Committee, International Islamic Relief Organization (IRO),
Hayatul Ighachha, Revival of Islamic Heritage Society, Tawhidi Noor, and Al-Muntada al-
Islami. According to the BFIU 2014 annual report, there were 619 such suspicious
transactions in Bangladesh, up from 420 a year before, and 175 in 2011-2012.

Qatar Financing Jamaat-e-Islami and ARSA

Being known as a terror-patron nation, Qatar has recently

started funding Jamaat-e-Islami as well as Myanmar-based
Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA). This relationship
between the Islamist groups and Qatar pose grave threats to
regional and global security.

Frontier Myanmar! Wake up! I can provide you with SO MUCH INFO AND TRUTH
about the Rakhine State conflict. Are you interested?

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