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    The Daily Telegraph: Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states supporting militancy directly and indirectly

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    Post by Rocky Fri 07 Jul 2017, 2:09 am


    The Daily Telegraph: Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states supporting militancy directly and indirectly


    06/07/2017




    The Daily Telegraph confirmed, Thursday, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states to support radical thought directly and indirectly, noting that Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of those countries.

    The newspaper said in an article published today in number, Saudi Arabia has strongly denied a report accusing her as "the greatest supporter of extremism, which is funded at the level of the country and the people of mosques and other institutions in the West."

    The report issued by the Henry Jackson Foundation for research that Saudi money helps to spread the Wahhabi ideology followed by militants.

    The paper pointed out that "other Gulf states in the region, such as Qatar and Iran supports hard-line thinking either directly or indirectly."

    The Daily Telegraph stressed that "there is no justification that the mosques, imams and schools in Britain rely on external financing," noting that "France and Germany have banned any kind of external support to these institutions after the two terrorist attacks." jh

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