[size=38]The "Al-Halbousi Chair" Deal Ends With The Nomination Of "Qatari Naturalized" To Head The Sunni Endowment[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]LAST UPDATE 02/07/2022 | 2:27 PM
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Informed Sunni political sources revealed, on Monday, that the head of the Sovereignty Alliance, Khamis al-Khanjar, presented the names of three candidates to take over the Sunni Endowment Bureau, including two of them with Qatari citizenship, indicating the media, Amer al-Kubaisi, who is accused of inciting the killing of the army and police, the most prominent candidates for the position.
The source said in a statement to "Al-Maalouma" that "the Sunni Endowment was a coalition that progressed, and after its president, Muhammad al-Halbousi obtained the presidency of the parliament, he gave up 5 ministries and independent departments, including the Sunni endowment in favor of Khamis al-Khanjar."
He added that "the head of the Waqf, Saad Kambash, will leave his position in the coming days, while three people were nominated, including the director of the Khanjar office (Mustafa Ayyash al-Kubaisi), who holds Qatari citizenship, as well as the controversial figure who instigated the killing of security forces and the popular crowd and supporting terrorist elements during the occupation of Mosul. The journalist Amer Al-Kubaisi, who also holds Qatari citizenship, in addition to MP Faisal Al-Issawi.”
He pointed out that "Amer al-Kubaisi is the most prominent candidate for the position, as he is close to Qatar and other Gulf countries," revealing that "the UAE will enter the competition line and will pay millions of dollars in order to prevent the Muslim Brotherhood from acquiring any position in the Court." End / 25d