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    Qatar comments on new terrorism list

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    Post by Rocky Thu 27 Jul 2017, 2:20 am

    Qatar comments on new terrorism list

    Arab and international  Since 2017-07-26 at 16:36 (Baghdad time)

    Mawazine News - subsidiary
    Qatar said on Wednesday that the decision by four Arab states to add 18 people and entities it sees as links to terrorism lists is a "disappointing surprise" and will do everything in its power to fight extremism.
    Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have listed nine other entities operating in Yemen, Libya and nine Arab nationals on the blacklist and said they were all connected to Qatar.
    Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani, director of the Qatari government liaison office, said in a press release that the new list "comes as a disappointing surprise that the countries of the blockade are continuing this story as part of its campaign to distort Qatar."
    "The new list provides further evidence that the countries of the blockade are not committed to fighting terrorism, as we have said before, all individuals with links to terrorism in Qatar have been tried," the statement added.
    Sheikh Saif said that Qatar has consistently revised its anti-terrorism laws "to remain at the forefront of the fight against extremism and the financing of terrorism."
    The four countries cut ties with Qatar on June 5, accusing it of financing terrorism, meddling in Arab states and rapprochement with Iran.
    They want Doha to sever ties with Tehran, close a Turkish military base and Al Jazeera.
    In a statement on Tuesday, the four countries accused citizens of Qatar, Kuwait and Yemen of helping to raise funds for al Qaeda terrorists.
    Its list of terrorism now includes three Yemeni charitable organizations, three Libyan media organizations, two armed groups and a religious establishment, some of which are already on the US sanctions list.


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