What are Qatar's most active charities to support, finance terrorism around the world?

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Sat, 22 Aug 2020 - 11:51 GMT

Under the cover of charitable work, the Qatari charitable institutions have become a hidden arm of funding terrorism.

Under the cover of charitable work, the Qatari charitable institutions have become a hidden arm of funding terrorism.

CAIRO – 22 August 2020: Intercontinental terrorism,.. this is how the Qatari regime used charitable institutions to spread its destructive schemes and support and finance terrorist groups around the world.

Under the cover of charitable work, allegedly providing relief and a hand of aid to Muslims around the world, over the years, the Qatari charitable institutions have become a hidden arm of the regime that extends to tamper with the stability of Arab and even European countries, and spread devastation and destruction.

Egypt Today presents to you Qatar’s most active cover charitable institutions to finance terrorism around the world..

 


 

RAF Foundation:

- Funds extremists in Syria, Sudan and Libya

- Headed by the brother of the Emir of Qatar

- Has ties with Turkey

- Spent 37 million dollars in Sudan

 

Al Ihssan Charitable Foundation

- The boycotting countries have listed it on terror lists

- It supports the Houthi militia in Yemen

- In July 2017, it revealed that "RAF", "Eid" are “partners in development”

 

Sheikh Eid Charitable Foundation:

- Qatar’s hidden arm in Europe

- Was accused of supporting terrorism by the Canada Revenue Agency

- In 2016, it won contracts to build 335 mosques in 17 countries

 


 

Qatar’s support of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood, Iran, Turkey, and radical Islamist terrorist groups led Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and the UAE to cut all ties with the tiny Emirate.

Among the terrorist-supporting charities is Qatar Charity that advertises its mission is “to participate in the preservation of Islamic culture through the construction of mosques.

In 2011, Eid Charity donated 385,000 QAR (about $1.4 million) for purchasing Mississauga-based Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Center and Safa and Marwa Islamic School.

Five years later, in January 2016, it was Ibrahim Hindy, the imam of Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre, known for publicly expressing support of all Mujahideen to advance jihad everywhere, who went to Qatar on a fundraising mission.

Later that year he hosted Sheikh Nash’at Ahmad, an Egyptian Salafist preacher, who was arrested in Egypt for urging support of Mujahedeen carrying out global jihad and has also justified the 9/11 attacks.

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