"I thought this was just a rumour, but now the UK has used the [threat of the] secrecy act to stop it, it raises more questions. It makes this high profile and we would be really interested to know what is going on," a senior member of the ruling <Qatar> Al-Thani family said.
Of course, bombing a country you are not at war with (in this case, they are an ally!) is precisely the type of rogue nation terrorist action that Dubya shrieks against when he’s making up reasons to go to war.
On Wednesday the International Federation of Journalists said reports of a plan to attack al-Jazeera raised concerns that the US attack on the station’s Baghdad office in April 2003, in which a reporter was killed, was deliberate targeting of the media.