WASHINGTON: The US State Department has disclosed a number of e-mails to former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the term of former President Barack Obama.
The letters revealed volatile positions of the US administration regarding support for its allies in the region and suspicious plans to support chaos and political Islamist movements.
The e-mails were disclosed after President Donald Trump announced recently the declassification of all documents related to federal investigations into Hillary’s use of a private server for government e-mails.
The leaked letters mentioned that Hillary and her team talked about establishing a huge media network to support the Muslim Brotherhood with Qatar’s support.
The letters indicated that the former US Secretary of State, during a visit to Doha, preferred to meet many leaders of the Al Jazeera Channel network and talk to them for hours.
Clinton’s visits to Doha included private meetings with the Qatari network’s director general Waddah Khanfar. This was followed by a meeting with members of the board of directors at the channel’s headquarters, in which the network’s Qatari leadership participated. The discussions included a visit by an Al Jazeera delegation to Washington at a later time in 2010.
Hillary also met former Qatari prime minister Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani.
The leaked letters confirmed the incident of the late former Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al Faisal slamming down the phone in Clinton’s face after she asked Riyadh not to send Saudi forces to Bahrain in 2011.