During the International Symposium on the Relationship of Qatar to Terrorism, European and Arab politicians and association leaders emphasized that Doha’s link with terrorism and its financing has continued for decades in order to empower itself in the regional and international arena.
Emanuel Razzavi, journalist and director of Spain’s news agency stated, “Qatar, which is a very small country, is involved in terrorist activities. Terrorism is not difficult to prove. For Qatar, terrorism is the political weapon to play a major role in the region because it is a mean of controlling power and managing coups and conspiracies.
In addition to mobilizing extremists to manipulate the feelings of Muslims, Qatar funds these groups and provides them with an incubation environment to use them later for global influence from North Africa to Chechnya and elsewhere.”
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