Qatar is behind “fake” UAE social media accounts aimed at creating rumors and disrupting the Gulf country, a Qatari intelligence officer, Hamad Ali Muhammad Ali Al-Hammadi, said in an interview aired Thursday at two TV stations in the UAE.
Intel officer: Qatar behind ‘fake’ UAE social media accounts to stir up trouble
Qatari intelligence officer named Hamad Ali Muhammad Ali Al Hammadi, born in 1981, unveiling Doha's plans and abuses against the UAE. (Supplied)
Staff writer, Al Arabiya English
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