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Al Jazeera unveils Saudi-UAE military plan to invade Qatar using mercenaries

The leader of a  French mercenary group has uncovered a military plan to invade Qatar.

The arrangement was set up by the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in 1996 after the disappointment of the coup attempt in Doha that year, reported Gulf Times.


Paul Barrell, the mercenary leader, said that he was hired to execute the arrangement. He made the remark out of the blue while conversing with Al Jazeera journalist Tamer Al-Meshal in a  exclusive meeting disclosed on the week by week arrangement "What's Hidden is Greater". 

He said the UAE had provided him with significant help for the activity and facilitated him and his group at the InterContinental Hotel in Abu Dhabi, where numerous weapons were put away. 

Paul Barrell and his group were likewise given authority UAE passports to encourage their developments from sight. 

He focused on that the present Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed - who was then Chief of Staff – was the person who conceded them the passports.

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