Rome’s Public Prosecutor investigates Mater Olbia Hospital and Qatar

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The news comes from Sardegna Reporter, that writes about the case opened by Rome’s Public Prosecutor’s Office on the Mater Olbia affair, which is far from its resolution. On the basis of news from Sardinian online site, other national sites are also writing the new developments of the currently investigations.

This is the case of Paese Roma on the online page Corriere del Popolo, that writes:

The history of the Mater Olbia Hospital, already published by the newspaper Sardinia Reporter, crosses the borders of the island and reaches the Prosecutor’s Office in Rome, where a file with the names and surnames of the people involved has been opened.

Alma Mater Hospital, “Rome’s Public Prosecutor will shed light on the matter, but beware of Qatar’s attempts to tamper with the evidences”. This was stated in a note by Souad Sbai, President of the Averroes Study Center and of the Moroccan Women’s Association in Italy.

From Tempio Pausania in Sardinia, the dossier concerning the hospital funded by the Qatar Foundation has passed onto the hands of the investigators in Rome.

Souad Sbai

“Qatar is under investigation in various countries for allegedly corruption crimes in the business world, even in the sports world. Wherever Doha is present with its money, there is corruption and lawlessness,” stated Souad Sbai, former member of the Italian Parliament with the center-right.

Journalist and writer, Souad Sbai is engaged in an information campaign on the fight against extremism, with particular attention to the fundamentalist movements and groups tied to the Muslim Brotherhood in Italy and Europe.

“From the Qatar Foundation to the Qatar Charity: thorough judicial investigations are needed to ascertain the use that has been made of the millionaire funding provided by the Qatar Charity to the proselytizing structures and militants of the Muslim Brotherhood in Italy”, the President of the Averroes Study Center said, referring implicitly to the inquiry book “Qatar Papers”, which has exposed the economic support of the Qatar Charity to Muslim Brotherhood’s mosques, cultural associations, imams, and affiliates in Italy and the rest of Europe.

“Even the story of the Alma Mater Hospital – Souad Sbai concludes – shows how doing business with Doha is not really a good business. Doha’s alleged investments only bring more corruption, more illegality and more extremism. The international community has opened its eyes: it’s time to break off relations with Qatar”.

Mario Guerrini writes

Qatar, one of the richest states (emirates) in the world whose problem is to invest the huge amounts of financial resources coming, daily, from its oil and gas exports. Do business with everyone. Even with the most dangerous terrorist organizations in the world.

From Hamas to the Muslim Brotherhood. Even with ISIS. Qatar has also invested in Sardinia, creating the Mater Olbia Hospital. But when Qatar is there, there is corruption. Just look at Platini’s arrest, in France, due to the 2022 Football World Cup, which will be held precisely in Qatar. Many strange things have happened in Mater Olbia. Lost funds, messes in management companies.

Some people even used false signatures to falsify documents pretending to be original Qatar speakers. For this reason, the well-known lawyer Angelo Merlini was prosecuted on September 19. Originally, the contrasts with manager Gallurese Alessandro Marini, owner of 60, vital, hectares of land for Mater Olbia. History has been ignored by the Italian media.

Meanwhile, it is necessary to point out the position adopted by Souad Sbai, president of the Averroè Study Center who was part of the Italian Parliament with the center-right, who asks the Rome prosecutor’s office to carry out an investigation into the thorny issue.

The Capitol Prosecutor’s Office, on Marini’s initiative, has already opened a file. Meanwhile, politicians in the Gallura area rejoice over the opening of the private hospital announced by Mamma Regione Sardegna.

 

 

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