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The World Federation of Muslim Scholars is on the terrorism list

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Post by rocky Thu 23 Nov 2017, 2:23 am

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The four states of Qatar (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain) have added two entities and 11 individuals to their banned "lists of terrorism".
The resolution included the World Islamic Council (non-governmental based in Doha) and the World Union of Muslim Scholars (headed by Yusuf Al-Qaradawi).
"The two listed entities are terrorist organizations working to promote terrorism by exploiting the Islamic discourse and using it as a cover to facilitate various terrorist activities," the four countries said in a joint statement on Thursday.
"The 11 individuals have carried out various terrorist operations in which they have received direct country support at various levels, including providing them with passports and assigning them to national institutions with a welfare appearance to facilitate their movement," she said.
"The authorities in Qatar have not taken effective action to stop the terrorist activity," the statement said.
Among the 11 persons listed were Khalid Nazem Diab (Qatari), Hassan Ali Muhammad Juma Sultan (Bahraini opposition), Muhammad Jamal Hishmat (Qayadi Ashwani), Mahmoud Ezzat (Chargé d'affaires general guide of the Muslim Brotherhood), Yahya Ibrahim Mohamed Moussa Egyptian), Kadri Mohammed Fahmy Mahmoud Al-Sheikh (Egyptian opposition), and Alaa Ali Mohammed Al-Samahi (leader of the Muslim Brotherhood).
It was not possible to obtain comment from the two entities, or the other 11, on their inclusion in the lists of the four countries. 
Since June, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt have cut ties with Qatar and imposed punitive measures on the grounds of "supporting terrorism."
For its part, Doha denied the charges against it, saying it faced a campaign of "fabrications" and "lies."


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