Emirati newspapers Al-Bayan and El-Khalej criticizes Qatar's support for terrorist groups - File photo Emirati newspapers Al-Bayan and El-Khalej criticizes Qatar's support for terrorist groups - File photo

Emiriti newspapers report Qatari crimes

Sat, Aug. 12, 2017
12 August 2017: Emirati newspapers Al-Bayan and El-Khalej criticized on Saturday Qatar's support for terrorist groups in many countries.

In their editorials, the two newspapers depicted Qatar’s practices as "vandalism and scandal".

In an editorial entitled "Inflation of Qatar's Dilemma", Al-Bayan newspaper referred to accusations made by the U.S. Congress against Qatar’s support and financing of terrorism.

It further referred to reports from media and Western human rights organizations that revealed Qatar’s scandals and corruption in sports forums in Europe and the pursuit of the 2022 World Cup.

El-Khalej newspaper said that the Qatari media, including Al-Jazeera, have never referred to the subversive role played by the terrorist groups in Awamiya, which targeted the security of Saudi Arabia and impacted the social cohesion of the country.

Previously, Saud Al-Qahtani, an advisor at the Royal Court in Saudi Arabia, said on his Twitter account that Qatar is connected with the violent attacks that took place in a neighborhood in the district of Awamiya, located in Qatif.

Qatif, an eastern province in Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia, has been hit by a string of attacks over the past week, some of them deadly. The province recently witnessed confrontations between the Saudi security forces and terrorist groups that attacked the residents and security personnel.

The advisor also condemned media coverage of the attacks taking place in Awamiya, stating that they are working based on orders of the Qatari regime, which is serving the “Iranian agenda”.

On June 5, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab of Emirates and Bahrain ended diplomatic ties with Qatar due to the tiny emirate’s support of terrorism.

The Arab quartet issued 13 demands to Doha – then shortened to six principles – including closing Al Jazeera television, curbing relations with Iran and shutting down a Turkish military base.
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