Photo of the demonstration
CAIRO - 10 October 2017: Renata Polverini, an Italian member of parliament and presidential candidate, headed a massive protest against the Qatari regime.
Italian political leader Renata Polverini and former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, led a massive demonstration on the UNESCO premises against Doha in opposition to the bribes Qatar has received.
Expectedly, a number of other political parties, former parliamentarians and former ministers of the Italian government will participate in another demonstration against the Qatari regime in Rome this Wednesday in front of the Qatari embassy. The protesters intend to demand that leaders of European countries cut diplomatic relations with the Qatari regime and pressurize Qatar to stop financing terrorism worldwide.
Today, the Italian capital witnessed a mass protest in the "People's Square" which is known as one of the largest squares in Rome. The demonstration’s participants called for peace in the world and condemned terrorism-supporting countries. The demonstrators praised the great role of Egypt in fighting the forces of evil and terrorism around the world.
Qatar is accused of bribery in two books released by French journalists namely, Christian Chinu and Georges Malbrunot. The two books revealed Qatar’s role in supporting extremism and have achieved widespread success in France and Europe despite their release several years ago. The books also revealed the corruption of Qatari leaders and their support of extremism.
This further highlighted an attempt to bribe French politicians to turn a blind eye to the sponsorship of the Gulf nation with terrorist groups in the Arab region, according to the video.
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