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UAE ambassador to US: Boycotting countries have evidence Qatar backs terrorism

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The United Arab Emirates ambassador to Washington, Yousef Al Otaiba, revealed that the four countries boycotting Qatar have conclusive evidence to indict Doha for its support of armed militias in Syria, Libya and Somalia, in addition to supporting and organizing Al Qaeda in Syria, the Muslim Brotherhood, and many others including Hamas, and Taliban.

Al-Otaiba said in an interview that aired on the American TV channel PBS on Tuesday that Doha has the right to continue to do what it wants and support those it wants to support, and the four countries have the right to continue their boycott and to take the measures that safeguard their rights and security as they wish.

He pointed out that the Washington-led international coalition against ISIS could triumph, but that would not be possible without putting an end to funding terrorism from other foreign parties.