Users in the Arab Gulf region reacted to the reports of Qatari involvement in the recent hostage release of Italian volunteer Silvia Romano after her captivity by al-Shabaab, pointing to Doha’s track record of facilitating finance of terror groups.
Freed Italian aid worker Silvia Romano arrives at Ciampino military airport in Rome. (Reuters)
Reactions to Romano’s release
Silvia Romano, escorted by Carabinieri, lowers her face mask for press as she arrives at her home, in Milan, Italy, Monday, May 11, 2020. (AP)
Listening with horror at this intercepted call between #Qatar’s agent and Qatar’s Ambassador to Somalia:— Nervana Mahmoud (@Nervana_1) July 25, 2019
We know who is behind the bombings ... Violence is beneficial as it will make the #Emiratis run away from there..
How low Qatar can go ? pic.twitter.com/JJWtKUrYjt