Britain bled during World War II to stop Nazism.
Now it is being colonized by Muslims with an ideology disturbingly similar to Nazism, with genocidal intentions and acts against Jews, and a doctrine that oppresses everyone - from women to minorities.
Not surprisingly, Islam and Nazism were allies during WW2.
Qatar is a particularly egregious case since it finances and supports Islamist terror groups all over the Middle East.
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.
Continue reading and see pictures of the landmarks now being owned by Qatar.
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
- 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.
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
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QATAR BUILDS WORLD CUP INFRASTRUCTURE WITH N. KOREAN SLAVE LABOR - It is estimated that Qatar's slave-like working conditions for migrant workers from poor countries will leave at least 4000 workers dead
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Makes significant donates more than $14 million to liberal think tank Brookings Institution that advises Congress.
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Report: Israelis Banned from Buying French Soccer Tickets
Team owned by Qatar Sheikh
Team owned by Qatar Sheikh
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The discovery was made by an Israeli couple planning a trip to Paris who wanted to attend a game – and could not find a listing for Israeli orders on the group's ticket ordering web site.
Guy Schleider of Ramat Gan perused the team's web site and went to the ticket buying area, where a drop-down list allowed residents of countries around the world to choose their home countries where tickets would be sent to.
Included on that list are the “occupied Palestinian territories,” as the site describes Palestinian Authority-controlled areas of Judea and Samaria – but not Israel, which was nowhere to be found on the list.
Schleider told the site that he later discovered why: the owner of Paris St. Germain is Sheikh Nasser al-Khalifi of Qatar, who is chairman of the company that owns the French team, as well as Barcelona's soccer club.
Contacted by NRG, French parliament member Meir Haviv said that he was very surprised to hear about Israel's exclusion from the sales list, and that he planned to act to change that immediately.
“If Israelis can truly not purchase tickets, this is outright discrimination, and is illegal,” he said. “This is a very important issue. I am a big fan of sports in general and soccer in particular. This cannot be allowed to continue.”
In the case of Paris St. Germain, he added, Jews in the past have been great supporters of the club, and were involved in its management.
The club has not yet responded to requests for comment.Source