London is being sold off to the world’s second largest monetary contributor to terrorism: Qatar. There has been reports last year that claim London’s Muslim population to now be close to 40%.
Saudi Arabia is, of course, number one in the creation and support of terrorism. Qatar tried to send 3,500 jihadist to Myanmar to kill Buddhist. Qatar “hires” terrorists from Tunisia to send to jihad war zones and foreign countries to commit jihad. Tunisian terrorists are the second largest group of jihadist in Isis (the third largest group are “Palestinians”). Qatar also forced young women from Tunisia to be sacrificed as sex-slaves for sex-jihad to terrorists where women were gang-raped to death. Some of the girl’s parents objected but was then forced to be sent into sex-slavery through legal fatwas issued by clerics which gave them no say in their own decisions. The elderly and handicapped were asked by Qatar to turn themselves into martyrs and serve as suicide bombers in Syria.
So who is responsible for London being sold off to the terroist government of Qatar? London’s Mayor Boris Johnson and the British Middle East “envoy” Tony Blair. Boris Johnson has made it easier than ever for terrorist governments to invest in London, purchase huge swaps of properties, and make more demands on the British government to cover for Islam. And this is a man proposed for prime minister!
It’s also Boris Johnson who cajoled UK Home Secretary Theresa May to offer visa-free travels to Wahhabi’s from January 2014.
But does Boris Johnson know that Muslims who purchase a property, especially the Sunni Salafi’s, are obliged to sell it only to another Muslim. You may recall England’s famous shopping center Harrod’s. It was sold to Egyptian loudmouth Mohammed al-Fayed, who fabricated a story that his son was expecting a baby with Princess Diana. Al-Fayed of course sold Harrod’s only to another Sunni Muslim buyer, the Qatari’s.
With Qatari’s owning more and more properties in London, they guarantee a strong Sunni presence in the British capital. Even City investors have expressed deep concern over the “free for all” offers Boris Johnson has made to Arab buyers of properties in the capital.
The Washington Institute: Qatar and ISIS Funding: The U.S. Approach
Telegraph: David Cameron urged to press Emir of Qatar on terror funds
RT: Hush Money: West turns blind eye on Qatar’s terrorism funding
RT: ‘Saudi princes planned to down Air Force One with missile’: 9/11 terrorist gives damning testimony
Gatestone Institute: Qatar and Terror
How London is being sold off to Qatar: Gulf state’s investment arm adds latest acquisition of Claridge’s to portfolio already boasting landmarks from The Shard to Canary Wharf
- Qatar’s Constellation Hotels bought majority share in company behind Claridge’s, The Berkeley and The Connaught
- Five-star hotels latest in impressive list of high-profile acquisitions, including The Shard, Harrods and Canary Wharf
- Gulf state’s royal family also planning their own British palace – converting three properties into a £200m mansion
Qatar’s grip on London’s real estate tightened this week when it agreed to buy a majority share in the company behind the iconic Claridge’s hotel.
The Gulf state’s Constellation Hotels bought the 64 per cent stake in hotel company Coroin – which owns five-star offerings Claridge’s, The Berkeley and The Connaught – from billionaire brothers Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay.
It is not known how much the deal is worth, but some have reported it could be as much as £1.6billion.
The hotels are the latest in an impressive list of high-profile acquisitions for the country, whose investment arm has been snapping up a number of the city’s landmark buildings including The Shard, Harrods and One Canada Tower – the centrepiece of the Canary Wharf financial district.
Constellation also recently bought London Park Lane Hotel, and owns Le Grand hotel in Paris.
Qatar’s royal family, which owns more of London than the Crown Estate, is also planning their own British palace in the capital.
Last December, the rulers submitted plans to convert three prime properties in London’s Regent’s Park into a huge mansion, set to become the UK’s first £200million home.
The country also hold stakes in flagship British companies including Barclays Bank, Sainsbury’s and British Airways owner IAG.
Portfolio: Qatar’s investment arm has been snapping up a number of the city’s landmark buildings, illustrated on the map of London above
Iconic: Qatar’s grip on London tightened this week when it agreed to buy a majority stake in the company behind Claridge’s hotel, pictured
Landmark: Qatar Holding bought luxury department store Harrods from businessman Mohamed Al Fayed for a reported £1.4billion in 2010
Prized: The Shard, pictured centre, western Europe’s tallest skyscraper, is one of a string of high profile developments Qatar owns in the city
Deal: Qatari Diar, the state’s investment arm, teamed up with UK property developer Delancey Estates to buy the athletes’ village for £557m
Five-star: The luxury Connaught Hotel in Mayfair, pictured, is owned by hotel company Coroin, in which Qatar now holds a majority stake
Taking over: Qatar become a major shareholder of Camden Market, pictured, when it bought 20 per cent stake in property group Chelsfield
Investment: Qatar Holding, which also has shares in Barclays and Sainsbury’s, owns a 10 per cent stake in the London Stock Exchange, above
Plans to develop: Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment bought the US Embassy building in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, pictured, in 2009
Luxury: The Qatari royal family bought 1, 2, and 3 Cornwall Terrace (pictured) in 2013 and is converting the three into a £200million palace
Exclusive: Qatar’s prime minister owns 50 per cent of One Hyde Park, pictured, through his property development company Waterknights
High-end: The Berkeley Hotel, in London’s upmarket Knightsbridge, pictured, was added to Qatar’s impressive property portfolio this week
Residential development: Qatari Diar bought the site of the Chelsea Barracks, pictured, from the Ministry of Defence for nearly £1bn in 2007