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American study: Doha Forum is a platform for the extremists from the Iranian regime and even urging

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Post by rocky on Fri 11 Jan 2019, 11:39 am

American study: Doha Forum is a platform for the extremists from the Iranian regime and even urging

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A research study criticized the participation of a delegation from the US Congress at the Qatar Doha Forum recently, pointing out that the forum was keen to provide a media platform for extremists in the Middle East, starting from the Iranian regime and even urging. 

The study, issued by the Middle East Forum in Washington, DC, called the forum "the forum of terrorism" because the organizers were keen to participate in extremist voices, adding that it provides a media platform for Iran to present its views to the world. 

The study, conducted by US researcher Seth Frantzman, said Friday that the forum was attended by about 800 participants from 70 countries and 100 speakers, the gathering of Iranian foreign ministers and Qatari leaders, and a delegation of Democrats in the US Congress.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who was allowed by Qatar to appear at the forum to criticize US policy, said US sanctions against Tehran would not work as well as boasting of sanctions. The Qatari media sought to portray Iran as a responsible, United Nations. 

The study revealed that the magazine "Conservative Review" revealed the names of the Democratic delegation that participated in the forum, including Sean Spicer, and Richard Wilson, where it revealed that at least 6 members of the Democratic Congress participated in the forum, and described the magazine participation as " A secret trip over the weekend, where security studies criticized the event as "pro-terrorist." 

The study pointed out that Qatar wanted to use the forum to challenge the boycott and isolation it feels during the current crisis, as it tries to emerge through the forum as not isolated, and how it developed its alliance with Turkey, as well as its relations with Iran. 

The study warned that the Qatari-Iranian alliance is a unique alliance that seeks to stir unrest in the already troubled Middle East. Doha and Tehran have their own agenda, which is more closely linked to radical Islamic political parties, and is also trying to undermine stability in the region. 

Qatar is trying to portray itself as an oasis of stability in a conflict zone, which is not true. Doha is one of the causes of unrest in the Middle East, but it seeks to distance it from the support of some international organizations.

The study pointed out that the forum sought to highlight the extreme right-wing Islamic political voices, pointing out that the Doha meeting was in contrast to the Manama Dialogue Conference in October, a Gulf-like academic research forum but a group of various rational diplomats.



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American study: Doha Forum is a platform for the extremists from the Iranian regime and even urging

American study: Doha Forum is a platform for the extremists from the Iranian regime and even urging 1201911204117724809657A research study criticized the participation of a delegation from the US Congress at the Qatar Doha Forum recently, pointing out that the forum was keen to provide a media platform for extremists in the Middle East, starting from the Iranian regime and even urging. 

The study, issued by the Middle East Forum in Washington, DC, called the forum "the forum of terrorism" because the organizers were keen to participate in extremist voices, adding that it provides a media platform for Iran to present its views to the world. 

The study, conducted by US researcher Seth Frantzman, said Friday that the forum was attended by about 800 participants from 70 countries and 100 speakers, the gathering of Iranian foreign ministers and Qatari leaders, and a delegation of Democrats in the US Congress.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who was allowed by Qatar to appear at the forum to criticize US policy, said US sanctions against Tehran would not work as well as boasting of sanctions. The Qatari media sought to portray Iran as a responsible, United Nations. 

The study revealed that the magazine "Conservative Review" revealed the names of the Democratic delegation that participated in the forum, including Sean Spicer, and Richard Wilson, where it revealed that at least 6 members of the Democratic Congress participated in the forum, and described the magazine participation as " A secret trip over the weekend, where security studies criticized the event as "pro-terrorist." 

The study pointed out that Qatar wanted to use the forum to challenge the boycott and isolation it feels during the current crisis, as it tries to emerge through the forum as not isolated, and how it developed its alliance with Turkey, as well as its relations with Iran. 

The study warned that the Qatari-Iranian alliance is a unique alliance that seeks to stir unrest in the already troubled Middle East. Doha and Tehran have their own agenda, which is more closely linked to radical Islamic political parties, and is also trying to undermine stability in the region. 

Qatar is trying to portray itself as an oasis of stability in a conflict zone, which is not true. Doha is one of the causes of unrest in the Middle East, but it seeks to distance it from the support of some international organizations.

The study pointed out that the forum sought to highlight the extreme right-wing Islamic political voices, pointing out that the Doha meeting was in contrast to the Manama Dialogue Conference in October, a Gulf-like academic research forum but a group of various rational diplomats.

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