The anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva - Press photo The anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva - Press photo

MB elements fail to disrupt protest against Qatari regime in Geneva

Thu, Sep. 20, 2018
CAIRO - 19 September 2018: Swiss police thwarted on Wednesday a plot by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group and the Qatari regime to spoil an anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva.

Outlaws, illegal residents and Muslim Brotherhood members from Algeria, Tunisia and Libya tried to attack the participants in the rally, which was held to denounce terrorism and raise the issue of the Qatari al-Ghufran Tribe.

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Swiss police thwarts a plot by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group and the Qatari regime to spoil an anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva

The Swiss security force managed to control the situation and arrested one of the attackers, who was bearing no IDs.

The rally was held to denounce Qatar's decision to revoke citizenship of al-Ghufran tribesmen and its support of terrorism in Syria, Libya, Iraq and Yemen.

The protest was organized by the Ecumenical Alliance for Human Rights and Development, Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue, and attended by number of activists from Egypt, Yemen, Syria and members of al-Ghufran tribesmen.

3 Swiss police thwarts a plot by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group and the Qatari regime to spoil an anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva

Al-Ghufran tribe is one of the biggest tribes in Qatar, which has been subject to systemic discrimination at the hands of the Qatari authorities, which took further steps when confiscated the properties of the members with the revoked citizenship, following the call with a systematic persecution against all the clans belonging to the large tribe, such as al-Ghufran clan.

The Qatari regime has also revoked the citizenship of another senior tribal leader, Sheikh Shafi Nasser Hamoud al-Hajri, a senior member of Shaml Al-Hawajer tribe, which is connected to the famous tribe of Qahtan. Along with the famous Qatari poet Mohammed Al-Marri who belongs to Al Murrah tribe.

4 Swiss police thwarts a plot by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group and the Qatari regime to spoil an anti-terrorism rally outside the UN headquarters in Geneva

Later, Qatari tribe al-Ghufran declared that 6,000 of its members were forcibly displaced after the Qatari regime deprived them of their Qatari nationality and their national rights.

Egypt, alongside Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and UAE have imposed a blockade on Qatari regime in May 2017, due its support to terrorist group.

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