Qatar A Dangerous Alliance Documentary photo
CAIRO – 19 September 2017: An American company has documented Qatar’s crimes in a documentary entitled "Qatar: A Dangerous Alliance".
After four months of the Arab boycott of Tamim Bin Hamad’s regime for supporting and funding terror, and in a new episode of exposing Qatar's crimes and conspiracies against the Middle East and the Arab world, a major U.S. media company produced a series of documentaries tackling Doha's relationship with extremist organizations under the title "Qatar: A Dangerous Alliance.”
Produced by PIC Media, the six-part movie is based on the views of a group of leading academics and international research centers, as well as previous statements by U.S. officials, including President Donald Trump and U.S. congressional officials.
The film discloses Qatar's relationship with terrorist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood and the history of the group’s violence, being the main organization of radical Islamic groups around the world, and referring to the Qatari satellite channel Al-Jazeera as the voice of extremism in the region and the language of terrorist groups.
Research Deputy Chairman at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and former counterterrorism expert at the US Treasury Department Jonathan Shanzer said, "There is a list of extremist groups supported by Qataris," including the Taliban and Nasra Front, which represents the branch of al-Qaeda in Syria.
The documentary explains the complex relationship between the small Gulf country and western countries. "Qatar represents an ally and enemy for the United States of America. This is Qatar's role over the past 20 years, and it continues to support many evil actors, while also hosting the largest U.S. air base in the Middle East," said Lee Smith, a senior official at the Hudson American Institute.
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