Neo-Nazi, Freemason & Zionist Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor: an Emirati Businessman demands Nuclear Annihilation of Iran
The flag of the Trucial States that betrayed the Ottoman Caliphate and accepted English sovereignty
The present territory of the so-called United Arab Emirates (UAE – a euphemism for the realm of deracinated foreign workers and culturally alienated materialistic indigenous pseudo-Muslims) had been part of the Islamic Caliphate for more than 12 centuries, when the English colonials started describing it in a very pejorative manner as the ‘Pirate Coast’; there was a reason for that, but it was not due to any local wrongdoing. Simply, it was the revelation of English perfidy and evilness.
In fact, the territory of today’s Emirates was home to highly developed civilizations for several millennia. Known as Meluhha to the Assyrians and the Babylonians of the 3rd – 1st millennium BCE, this land was inhabited by Aramaean settlers in the Neo-Babylonian times (around the middle of the 1st millennium BCE) and soon became one of the then world’s most important trade centers, caravan cities, and ports as it was at the crossroads of the land, sea and desert routes of trade between the Mediterranean World and East Asia. The legendary city of Gerrha, founded by Aramaean Chaldaeans, was located there (ca. 100 km west of today’s Abu Dhabi), and Gerrha was allegedly richer than Egypt’s Alexandria. However, all this came to an end, when Sassanid Iranian control was extended over Gerrha (as well as over the entire coast of the Arabian Peninsula and Oman), thus annexing the city of fabulous wealth to the vast Asiatic empire in the beginning of the 3rd c. CE. On this subject: Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis, Meluhha, Gerrha, and the Emirates: Introduction to the Ancient History of the Emirates (https://www.dictus-publishing.eu/catalog/details//store/fr/book/978-3-8473-8536-3/meluhha,-gerrha,-and-the-emirates).
Within the Sassanid Empire of Iran (224 – 651 CE) and the Islamic Caliphate, the territory of Ancient Meluhha and Gerrha lost its geo-strategic importance. It became part of the Ottoman Empire, when Selim I expanded his territory and transported the insignia of the Caliphate from Cairo to Istanbul (1517). Three hundred years later, however, the territory gained again a certain geo-strategic importance, when the English started carrying out their criminal colonial project against the Great Islamic Empire of Mughal India.
Realizing the ensuing dangers, the Sultans duly mobilized the local, Arabic-speaking population of Aramaean descent against the English colonial bases in India. This was a natural self-defense of the Muslim World against the evil Western intruders who intended to exploit, destroy and annihilate progressively all three major Islamic empires, namely the Ottoman Caliphate, Iran, and India, through coercion, fraternal conflicts, diplomatic biases, educational confusion, generalized disinformation, systematic deception, cultural alteration, methodical loss of identity, multifaceted corruption, and overwhelming immorality.
Some of the greatest pages of Islamic History were written when indigenous Muslims from Abu Dhabi, Ras al Khaimah and the surrounding locations afflicted serious disasters to the barbaric, racist and incestuous English who triggered interminable civil wars in India in order to first occupy and exploit the entire sub-continent as a colony and second to turn it from a predominantly Islamic Empire to a basically Hindu state (in the span of 200 years).
In 1819, at a time the Ottoman Empire was preoccupied in the Balkans, Africa and Caucasus against synchronized attacks and instigated revolts, the English colons based in NW Indian coast attacked Ras al Khaimah and many conflicts took place during several months. Without governmental help from Istanbul, the local Muslims fought bravely against the colonial gangsters who had tremendous superiority in terms of gunpowder. As the Sultan was too busy in other fronts and the skirmishes were far from the neuralgic parts of the assailed Caliphate, the indigenous Muslims had to make a deal with the English and in 1820 all the local sheikhs signed a peace treaty with the devilish colonial empire.
However, the majority of the local population effectively rejected the shameful treaty and continued attacking the English in India. As the English advanced their colonization project in India, they were stronger enough to impose an end to the hostilities and force the local sheikhs to sign a truce in 1853. The English cheated the Sultan at the same time as they presented England as an ally of the Ottoman Empire against the Tsarist Russia – a clash that the administrations of both, the Islamic and the Christian Orthodox, states should have been intelligent enough to permanently avoid for their common benefit, as their only enemies were the Freemasonry-controlled, Nazi states of England and France.
The great land of Ancient Meluhha and Gerrha was thus named in a very pejorative and shameful manner ‘Trucial Coast’. The indigenous Muslims were thus nationally disfigured, culturally alienated, and existentially threatened, but they failed to duly perceive the threat and the danger. Thousands were executed in order to preserve the truce signed by the local sheikhs who were hated and reviled by the outright majority. In addition, scores were deported by the English to India in their effort to weaken the local opposition to the trashy paper.
The term Trucial Sheikhdoms, coined by the criminal enemies of Islam, was a mere euphemism. In fact, the coward local sheikhs accepted to become the slaves of Islam’s worst enemies; they agreed not to dispose of any land except to England. In addition, they accepted never to enter into relationship with any foreign government! What did the English give them in exchange? Prepare to laugh!
Protection from any aggression and land attack!
But who would attack that territory?
The only possible attack could have been undertaken either by the Ottoman Caliphate (in a rightful effort to take its own territory back from the perfidious English) or by nearby Iran (in an also rightful effort to take control over Muslims exposed to the colonial gangsters).
Another treaty of similar contents was signed in 1892 only to totally cut the territory off the Islamic Caliphate, and it served as basis for the then forthcoming second stage of colonization. This involved preliminary surveys for Oil exploration, and onshore concessions in the 1930s. The Oil that belonged to the Islamic Caliphate would be thus stolen by the criminal gangsters of England, and the local sheikhs would be satisfied with some pocket money, while continuing to be vassals of the Satanic, Freemasonry-controlled, state of England.
Considering the poverty, misery and deprivation imposed on them by the English for an entire century, one can easily understand how ‘happy’ these uneducated, uncultured and devious sheikhs were when they first heard the news that they would get some little money out of the story. Their dark ignorance, un-Islamic egoism, and anti-Islamic materialistic mindset prevented them from understanding that their income would be illegal and cursed, because they had already betrayed the Islamic Caliphate (along with many other traitors, notably the Wahhabi pigs), they had contributed to its demise, and they had served the worst enemies of Islam.
The rich country that they wanted to build was not conform either to the Islamic standards of ethics and morality or to the Islamic concepts of government and social order.
Even worse, what they failed to understand was that their already century-long contact with the English had contaminated them, obscured their judgment, and altered their understanding. Progressively administered false knowledge was replacing Islamic values and virtues in their minds. When Oil production started in the 1950s, some of these sheikhs sent their offspring to ‘study’ in England.
This was a colonial trickery that had already been implemented with success by France and England since the early 19th c. when Egyptians, Greeks, Algerians, Indians (and later other natives of the colonized lands of the two evil Freemasonic empires) proceeded to Paris and London for …. ‘studies’.
In fact, these ‘studies’ are anything else except proper studies. In reality, they consist in a total extermination solution that intends to completely disfigure and monstrously change the personality, values, mindset, attitude and behaviour of the young student in order to make it compatible with the colonial interests and subsequently use it in a superbly stage-managed manner against the local interests of the land and the nation from which the young student originates.
Few decades ago, one of these students was Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, an Emirati sent to the West to study and further lose his identity, integrity and tradition.
These studies are of course highly rewarding; not because the students learn a lot or come to know important topics! What basically happens during these ‘years of study’ is the establishment of a network of connections through which the unsuspicious, ignorant and naive student enters into a system of high level manipulation, being thus transformed into a useful tool in the hands of the colonial gangsters. This comes with a majestic flux of money. The student is made to believe that he will become (and later on that he is in the process of becoming or that he has become) a successful businessman, a consummate diplomat, a flamboyant military, a revered sheikh, and a wise ruler. Initiation into Freemasonry is in these cases a must, and at times sexual perversion comes to best instrumentalize ‘leaders’ (the current sultan of Oman being a mere example) who will therefore be all their life long fearful of impending ‘revelations’ and therefore fully adapted to the colonial and anti-Islamic needs of their secret masters.
Eulogies are in this regard the cheapest commodity money can buy. A typical example is offered by the Gulf Today, a trash that publishes scores of worthless texts and associated material about the Emirati former students who became ‘influential businessmen’.
One does not know whether it is comical or tragical to go though this sort of fake ‘portraits’, like the present one about Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor.
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| The fourth day of the sixth edition of the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature (EAFL) hosted the renowned and redoubtable Emirati industrialist Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor. A man of strong convictions, Al Habtoor is known for his outspokenness and “outpenness”.The former was seen at EAFL during his conversation with Tony Mulliken, Chairman, Midas Public Relations, London, while the latter can be seen in his autobiography — a glorious, no-holds barred effort titled Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor: The Autobiography.EAFL was also the platform for the inauguration of The Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor Lifetime Award, which will be an annual award recognising the outstanding contribution made by an individual to cultural and literary life.Al Habtoor, under the prompting of Mulliken, basically expanded on the ideas given in his book, throwing in a few, fresh anecdotes – and anecdon’ts – to enlighten and enliven a rapt audience. His career grew along with Dubai and the UAE and, as he put it, both are parallel stories.
His own story, as he told it, is one of determination and faith; his speech included an often funny and personal view of failures as well as great success; from poverty to polo with the Queen of England; from religion to politics.
“People who live by the water and in the desert are simple by nature”, Al Habtoor said. “They like to share things. We even shared our dates with camels; we did not have the luxury of eating caviar”.
He said his happiness was in growing with his country. “I took a decision”, he said, “to be responsible to the country and not be dependent on the government or others”. He put his competitive spirit to the camel races he took part in as a child, when he beat “almost everyone”.
He started his employment with a Western company; he was a translator, though he knew only a few words of English! He also had a desk in the office – though he did not quite know what to do with it.
He learnt the ropes quickly. Once, he was asked by the head of office to clean the premises. He took it as an affront. In short, he felt insulted. He made his feelings clear; it was not his job to double as a cleaner.
His boss, who was both elderly and affectionate, calmed him down. While sipping the cup of tea which was given to him as incentive (or sedative), Al Habtoor saw that his boss had himself taken the mop and was doing the cleaning. He jumped up from his seat and commiserated with the “cleaner”. “One of us has got to do it”, was the explanation he got. It struck him then and there that if you want something done, the best way to do it is by yourself.
He later began a construction company. He was happy with it. The year was 1976 and he began thinking of diversifying his business interests. With his penchant for cleanliness, he decided to open a soap factory.
A factory building was put up in Rashidiya but an attempt to win a franchise from Unilever to manufacture Lux soap was a failure. Al Habtoor and his team then began sourcing their own equipment and ingredients – one of which was tallow, rendered from beef, lamb or horse fat.
His soap, named Luv, was soon on the streets. The nauseous smell of fat announced Luv was in the air as well. There were complaints from residents. But Al Habtoor was undeterred. He made his management, staff and his family buy his soap.
Soon, he started seeing his engineers running around scratching themselves. He did not have a lab to test his product! Needless to say, the “soap opera” ended in failure. The next failure was with tents, an enterprise that failed due to partnership troubles. He began disbelieving in partnerships due to the bad experience.
He then put up a hotel, since he always had a fascination with hotels. It started in a dramatic way. One day, he got an early call from the late Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed Al Maktoum, UAE Vice-President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. It took him some minutes to pick up the receiver, since he had to clear his throat and mind of sleep. “Ah!” said Sheikh Rashid, who did not like to sleep and did not like people who slept too much. “So you were sleeping. Why do you wake up so late?”
The Sheikh asked him to meet him as soon as possible. He took him to a vacant area, showed it to him and said that he wanted a hotel there. “I am going to move the airport to Jebel Ali and want you to benefit”, Sheikh Rashid said.
But where was the money? “Never talk money with me!” Sheikh Rashid admonished. In a burst of inspiration, with bouts of hard work and careful accounting, Al Habtoor put up what became the Metropolitan Hotel.
“Sheikh Rashid never attended inaugurals or weddings”, Al Habtoor said, “but he came for inaugurating my hotel”. The Sheikh also had the last word, perhaps. “Your hotel looks like a donkey tied in a sabka (salt flat)!” he said, affectionately. The Metropolitan became one of the landmarks of Dubai. “Sheikh Rashid had wisdom”, Al Habtoor said. “I can never forget him”.
“The UAE is a big family”, he said. “We talk with our Rulers, directors of departments and people like them. All of us are responsible for the success of our country”.
He had some felt adjectives for the political situation in the region. Picking out countries from a hit list, he gave his frank opinion of them. Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Iran came in for the Al Habtoor “spa” treatment. So did the West, for its apparent failure to find solutions.
He had sage advice for the Gulf region. “We should learn from Ukraine”, he said. “We should depend on ourselves. There is nothing called “friends” but only “interests”. I do not blame the West for putting its interests first. We should do the same”.
He made a vivid comparison between Putin and Obama and found the latter wanting in decision-making, which he called “the most difficult thing in life”. He had some amusing reminiscences about world leaders whom he met. He defined late Palestinian leader Arafat as “very clever and shrewd” and a “best negotiator who never gave up and never got tired”. Only, he found his habit of squeezing his hand bothersome!
Queen Elizabeth and he share an interest in polo. Once, Al Habtoor found an Italian trying to coach an English football team. “I could not understand a word of what the coach was saying in his “Italian English”, he said. “Moreover, he was shouting all the time”. He pointed this out to the Queen who told him not to worry, since the players also did not understand the coach and ignored him! The Queen and he discuss politics “a little bit”.
“I believe in discipline”, he said. “In the Constitution of God, one has to work during the day, and sleep at night. I am in bed by around 10-10.30 pm and awake at 4-4.30 am. I am in my office by 7am. At 12pm, I have lunch and after prayers, I play tennis from 2pm for a while”.
In the evenings, he likes to horse around with his grandchildren, three on each shoulder. “They are my oxygen”, he said.
Though now an author, he said he was not a writer. “I write only when I feel I should write”, he said. No doubt, more a man of action than words! He was up and on his feet for signing his book, when it was “time up”.
Of course, this feature has a certain functionality; it shows how easy it is for fake Muslim journalists to write about the useless and worthless businessmen (who would be mere employees if they did not accept to become Freemasons and thus end their faith in Islam) and how difficult it is to publish about a persecuted Oromo elder in Abyssinia (Fake Ethiopia), a suffering Somali in Dabaab (Kenya), a tyrannized Turkmen (in pseudo-Kurdish occupied Turkmeneli province of Northern Iraq), a targeted Yazidi in Dohuk (Northern Iraq), an Aramaean Christian evicted from Mosul, an oppressed Azeri in Iran, a victimized Baluch in Pakistan, and so many other important issues, grave troubles, and also great persons who remain unknown to all.
If the above filthy piece of fake journalism has a certain functionality, its focus has another, a more important one. Except from being a businessman who meets the murderous Queen of England, Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor is also a writer who publishes whatever silly story his masters ask him to compose.
Trying to play the regional Cassandra and make every uninformed and ignorant reader fear Iran more than the lawless realm of the fake Caliphate, Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor demands “Arab allies to clearly acknowledge this problem and do all in their power to ensure our grandchildren don’t end up speaking Farsi”.
– You, stupid Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, fail to see the reality to which all the people, locals and foreigners, attest in the streets of Abu Dhabi and the other cities of UAE.
– You blind guides, straining out a gnat and swallowing a camel! (Matthew 23:24)!
Due to the catastrophic policies advised by the UK and implemented by the UAE petty sheikhs, Indians today amount to ca. 40-45% of the entire population of the UAE.
Indians already outnumber indigenous Emirati citizens by 4 to 1!
– Your grandchildren will end up speaking Hindi, Bengali, Tamil or Malayalam, you little idiot of Al Habtoor! And they will be forced to deny Islam and become Hindus, Buddhists or atheists! They will soon demand laws to accept homosexual marriages and to depenalize incest so that an Emirati resident and/or citizen has sexual intercourse with his sister or brother!
Of course, telling the truth is what the colonial pseudo-education makes every student hate and avoid! If the ridiculous, fake businessman Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor stated the existing real danger of the UAE becoming a strategic province of India (so useful to New Delhi in order to encircle Pakistan), his masters would immediately order him to remove and delete his ‘article’ or ‘analysis’. Now that he became a tool of Israel’s foreign policy, Zionist publications highlight his ridiculous text.
That’s why Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor is the real enemy of every Muslim on Earth.
What follows is how the Zionist portal Memri highlighted Habtoor’s nonsensical article in MEMRI Daily: September 30, 2014.
MEMRI Special Dispatch No. 5850
Influential Emirati Business Leader: If Arabs Remain Indifferent To Iran’s Strategy, Their Grandchildren Will Be Speaking Farsi
In a September 25, 2014 article on his own website, Khalafalhabtoor.net, highly successful Emirati businessman Khalaf Ahmad Al-Habtoor, who is chairman of the Al-Habtoor Group conglomerate that specializes in construction and energy products as well as a frequent commentator on political and diplomatic affairs, expressed gratification that the West and the Arabs are finally taking action against the Islamic State (IS). Nevertheless, he noted that it was foolhardy to focus exclusively on IS when “the far greater challenge” was containing Iran’s ambitions.
In his article, Al-Habtoor expressed his alarm at Iran’s growing confidence in its ability to take over the Arab world. He called the recent Houthi victory in Yemen an outright Iranian victory, because it completes Tehran’s encirclement of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries with Iranian proxies, and criticizes Arab leaders fordownplaying the events in Yemen, for congratulating the Yemeni government for its “step towards ‘reconciliation'” with the Houthis, and for seeking rapprochement with Iran rather than taking immediate steps to roll back its gains in the Arab world. He also expressed his hope that the Arab air forces operating against ISIS will “extend their operations to take back Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen before the Sunni Arab world is reduced to shadow in a darkening Persian night.”
Khalaf Al-Habtoor (Image: Alarabiya.net)
IS Is A Sideshow – The Major Challenge Is Iran
“To say our region is in imminent peril is an understatement. Threats are emerging from all directions in many different guises. Most derive from warped ideologies that mask a will to power and territorial domination. Today, the U.S., together with its Western and predominantly Sunni Arab allies, has finally woken up to the danger posed by the misnamed ‘Islamic State,’ a danger I’ve been warning about for over a year, and has deployed its military resources to eradicate this lethally toxic group in northern Iraq and around the Syrian city of Raqaa where those killers are headquartered.
“This intervention is long overdue. Unfortunately, it took the beheading of Western hostages to grab the attention of the international community, which failed to be galvanized by the mass slaughter of Iraqi men, women and children. But while all eyes were on Israel’s devastation of Gaza and the horrors perpetrated by the ‘Islamic State,’ Tehran, arguably a far greater menace to the security of the Middle East and the Gulf, is quietly achieving its hegemonic goals, unimpeded and unnoticed.
“If I had to prioritize the respective threat levels of the Islamic State and Iran on a scale of one to 10, the former would be way down the scale, because an estimated 35,000 fighters cannot hope to beat back the combined might of a 50-member-strong international coalition. Granted, purging the earth of this disease isn’t going to happen overnight and, sadly, many more innocents are destined to lose their lives in the process. Overall this evil parody of a Caliphate will be nothing more than a footnote in tomorrow’s history books.
“Halting the ambitions of Iran’s ayatollahs is a far greater challenge, [and one] which is not being addressed. On the contrary: Iran has been afforded an aura of respectability by U.S. efforts at détente, once differences over the Iranian nuclear program have been bridged. The fact that Iran is one of the biggest sponsors of terror hasn’t figured in the U.S. equation.”
Iran’s Staged Strategy For Subduing Sunnis Is Advancing Steadily
“What are those ambitions? There is no need to speculate, the answer is known beyond a shadow of a doubt. Iran is out to export its brand of Shiite ideology to as many regional states as possible, either directly or indirectly with the use of proxies, with the goal of replacing Sunni governments with Shiite regimes. I’ve been aware of this for decades and I’ve appealed over and over again to GCC member states and our Arab allies to clearly acknowledge this problem and do all in their power to ensure our grandchildren don’t end up speaking Farsi.”