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    List of (Saudi, UAE, Bahraini, Egyptian) individuals and terrorist entities supported by Qatar

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    List of (Saudi, UAE, Bahraini, Egyptian) individuals and terrorist entities supported by Qatar Empty List of (Saudi, UAE, Bahraini, Egyptian) individuals and terrorist entities supported by Qatar

    Post by rocky Fri 09 Jun 2017, 2:43 am

    List of (Saudi, UAE, Bahraini, Egyptian) individuals and terrorist entities supported by Qatar

    Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have issued a list of Qatari nationals or entities that are hosted and supported by Qatar and pose a threat to security and peace in the four countries and the region in their terrorist activities, including internationally wanted figures or countries from several countries, To support terrorism.
    The list includes Qatari entities and institutions disguised as charity as a slogan while millions are turning to support terrorist groups and organizations that threaten the national security of neighboring countries and countries in the region.
    The statement stressed the agreement of the States that issued the classification of individuals terrorists, institutions and terrorist organizations in the lists of terrorism they are prohibited to be followed by lists in succession and includes 59 individuals and 12 institutions.
    The statement added assertion that Qatar refused to hand over convicts or stop supporting and harboring those wanted, despite pledges and agreements in 2013 and 2014 and repeated requests.
    "This list is linked to Qatar and serves suspicious agendas in an indication of the dual policy of declaring war on terrorism on the one hand, and financing, supporting and harboring the various terrorist organizations on the other."
    "The four countries reaffirm their commitment to strengthening all efforts to combat terrorism and to establish security and stability in the region. They reaffirm that they will not neglect to pursue individuals and groups and will support all means in this context at the regional and international levels. It will continue to combat terrorist activities and to target the financing of terrorism regardless of its source, and will continue to work with partners around the world to effectively reduce the activities of terrorist and extremist organizations and organizations that should not be tolerated by any State. "
    We publish a list of those names classified as terrorist and on the embargo lists in the four States:
    Individuals:
    Khalifa Mohammed Turki Al-Subaie (Qatari)
    Abdulmalek Mohammed Yousuf Abdulsalam (Jordanian)
    Ashraf Mohammed Youssef Osman Abdel Salam (Jordanian)
    Ibrahim Issa Al Hajji Mohammed Al Baker (Qatar)
    Abdulaziz bin Khalifa Al-Attiyah (Qatari)
    Salem Hassan Khalifa Rashid Al Kuwari (Qatar)
    Abdullah Ghanem Muslim Al Khawar (Qatar)
    Saad bin Saad Mohammed Al Kaabi (Qatari)
    Abdul Latif bin Abdullah Al-Kuwari (Qatar)
    Mohammed Saeed Bin Helwan Al-Sanktari (Qatar)
    Abdul Rahman bin Omair Al Nuaimi (Qatar)
    Abdul Wahab Mohammed Abdul Rahman Al Hmeikani (Yemeni)
    Khalifa bin Mohammed Al Rabban (Qatari)
    Abdullah bin Khaled Al Thani (Qatari)
    Abdul Rahim Ahmad Al-Haram (Qatar)
    Hajaj bin Fahad Hajjaj Mohammed Al-Ajmi (Kuwaiti)
    Mubarak Mohammed Al-Ajji (Qatari)
    Jaber bin Nasser Al-Marri (Qatar)
    Yousef Abdullah Al-Qaradawi (Egyptian)
    Mohammed Jassim Al-Sulaiti (Qatari)
    Ali bin Abdullah Al Suwaidi (Qatari)
    Hashem Saleh Abdullah Al Awadhi (Qatar)
    Ali Mohammed Mohammed Al-Salabi (Lippi)
    Abdelhakim Belhadj (Lippi)
    Mahdi Harati (Lippi)
    Ismail Mohammed Al-Salabi (Lippi)
    Al-Sadiq Abdulrahman Ali Al-Ghoriani (Lippi)
    Hamad Abdullah Al-Futtais Al-Marri (Qatar)
    Mohamed Ahmed Shawky Islambouli (Egyptian)
    Tariq Abdulmajoud Ibrahim Al-Zomor (Egyptian)
    Mohamed Abdelmaksoud Mohamed Afifi (Egyptian)
    Mohammed Al-Saghir Abdul Rahim Mohammed (Egyptian)
    Wajdi Abdelhamid Mohamed Ghoneim (Egyptian)
    Hassan Ahmed Hassan Mohammed Al Doki Houti (UAE)
    Governor of Abysan Al-Humaidi Al-Mutairi (Saudi)
    Abdullah Mohammed Sulaiman Al Muhaisani (Saudi)
    Hamed Abdullah Ahmed Al-Ali (Kuwait)
    Ayman Ahmed Abdelghani Hassanein (Egyptian)
    Assem Abdelmajed Mohamed Madi (Egyptian)
    Yahya Aqeel Salman Aqeel (Egyptian)
    Mohamed Hamada Mr. Ibrahim (Egyptian)
    عبدالرحمن محمد شكري عبدالرحمن (Egyptian)
    Hussein Mohamed Reza Ibrahim Youssef (Egyptian)
    Ahmed Abdelhafiz Mahmoud Abdelhady (Egyptian)
    Muslim Fouad Tafran (Egyptian)
    Ayman Mahmoud Sadiq Rifat (Egyptian)
    Mohamed Saad Abdelnaim Ahmed (Egyptian)
    Mohamed Saad Abdelmutallab Abdo Al-Razaki (Egyptian)
    Ahmed Fouad Ahmed Gad Beltagy (Egyptian)
    Ahmed Ragab Ragab Soliman (Egyptian)
    Karim Mohamed Mohamed Abdel Aziz (Egyptian)
    Ali Zaki Mohammed Ali (Egyptian)
    Naji Ibrahim Al-Azouli (Egyptian)
    Shehata Fathi Hafez Mohamed Suleiman (Egyptian)
    Mohamed Moharam Fahmy Abu Zeid (Egyptian)
    Amr Abdel Nasser Abdelhak Abdel Rabary (Egyptian)
    Ali Hassan Ibrahim Abdel-Zaher (Egyptian)
    Murtada Majeed Al-Sindi (Bahrain)
    Ahmed Al-Hassan Al-Daski (Bahrain)
    Entities:
    Qatar Center for Volunteer Work - Qatar
    Doha Apple Company (Internet and Technology Support Company) - Qatar
    Qatar Charity - Qatar
    Sheikh Eid Al Thani Charity Foundation - Qatar
    Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services - Qatar
    The defense of Benghazi - Libya
    Saraya Al Ashtar - Bahrain
    Coalition February 14 - Bahrain
    The Resistance Brigades - Bahrain
    Bahrain - Bahrain
    Saraya Al Mukhtar - Bahrain
    Bahrain Freedom Movement
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