Qatar, Turkey, Israel, U.S. main supporters of terrorism



Thu, 21 Dec 2017 - 11:45 GMT


Thu, 21 Dec 2017 - 11:45 GMT

Qatar's Flag - Creative Common via Wikimedia common

Qatar's Flag - Creative Common via Wikimedia common

CAIRO – 22 December 2017: In a time when most of the world’s countries are suffering from terrorist acts committed against innocent people and devastating major capitals, the international community is still turning a blind eye to the real countries playing a key role in advancing radical heinous acts and working on strengthening extremist activities to destabilize the Arab World.

However, international organizations and officials have stated that countries including Qatar, Turkey, Iran, Israel and the U.S are accused of supporting terrorist groups in the Arab region by providing funds, logistics and intelligence information, while Arab countries such as Syria, Libya, Iraq and Yemen are countries most harmed by these terrorist groups.


Qatar is determined to spread terrorism and chaos across the world. The tiny country conspires to destroy the Arab countries through its continuous support of terrorist groups in the region, and now it is turning the compass to European countries.

Therefore, the Arab world’s biggest powers – Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants and Iran, as well as backing militant groups and broadcasting their ideology through its state-owned satellite channel Al-Jazeera.

Qatar also funds terrorist organizations in the region through charitable societies, as well as supporting terrorist groups in Africa, aiming to spread chaos across the region, the Qatari opposition revealed.


Turkey is a strong ally to Qatar and it is internationally accused of destructing the Middle East and Europe because of backing and financing terrorism, which causes turmoil and causalities.

Turkey is the main reason behind the bloodshed in Syria for six years, as it and Qatar do not want peace and stability in the region.


Iran is considered the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, as it continues to destabilize the Middle East through proxies such as Hezbollah, exacerbating conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Yemen. Iran also plays a key role in manufacturing ballistic missiles that were launched on Saudi territory, according to the Saudi FM.

In October, dozens of Arab nations delivered a letter to the U.N. accusing Iran of sponsoring terrorism throughout the Middle East and of ramping up its support of jihadist groups since the signing of its nuclear deal with the U.S.-led P5+1 nations last year.

“Iran continues to play a negative role in causing tension and instability in our region,” the letter read, citing Tehran’s “expansionist regional policies, flagrant violations of the principle of sovereignty and constant interference in the internal affairs of Arab states.”

Relations between Iran and some Arab countries have deteriorated in recent years over Tehran’s involvement in regional conflicts. Iran was condemned due to its military support of Hezbollah, which intervened in the Syria to support Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.

Israel and the United States:

While Israel is continuing its violation of Palestinians’ rights by occupying their territories, the Israeli government is coordinating with Qatar, Iran and Turkey to support ISIS, al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups to destabilize the Arab region.

Israel also hailed U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and move its embassy there. The U.S. decision comes despite vocal opposition in the Muslim world, even among U.S. allies, and was condemned worldwide despite threats from the U.S. to pull funding from the world body.



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