I meet the General Manager of al Qaeda, Nasser Wuhayshi, at a restaurant in Souq Waqif in Doha.
Nasser tells me that, in Yemen, the local population converted to Judaism at some point in the late fourth century.
Al Qaeda's plan is to weaken all Moslem countries by splitting them up.
One of Nasser's CIA body guards brings to our table a bottle of Yarden wine, which comes from Israel's vineyards on Mount Hermon.
Al Qaeda's plan is to weaken all Moslem countries, including Syria and Iraq, by splitting them up.
I ask Nasser about the Arab Spring.
"The point about the Arab Spring was that it allowed the CIA, Mossad and MI6 to get rid of the leaders in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen who had resisted al-Qaeda."
Al Qaeda's plan is to weaken all Moslem countries, including Saudi Arabia, by splitting them up.
Nasser continues: "We are working with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Our aim is to break up Egypt.
"We are continuing to break up Iraq.
"Nearly a thousand civilians have been killed in Iraq in the last few months."
Brennan of the CIA, pretending to be a waitress.
I suggest that al Qaeda's aim is to destroy the Moslem world.
I ask Nasser about Pakistan.