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“Trends: 19 indicators of Qatari government’s support for terrorism”

“Trends: 19 indicators of Qatari government’s support for terrorism”

July 27, 2017 4:16 pm

TRENDS called for an effective and coordinated European role and strategy to rein in Qatar’s funding and support for extremist and terrorist organizations and to compel them to abide by the decisions of the international community to combat this dangerous phenomenon.

The following link is for an article that has been published by UAE-based news platform 24.ae. The content of this article is in Arabic.

To read the full report, follow this link: http://bit.ly/2uYl5CK

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