Iran’s Rev. Guards send supplies to Qatar: Kuwaiti journalist


Sat, 01 Jul 2017 - 08:10 GMT

Kuwaiti journalist Mubarak al-Bugaily – File photo/Official Twitter account

Kuwaiti journalist Mubarak al-Bugaily – File photo/Official Twitter account

CAIRO – 01 July 2017: Al-Ruwais Commercial Port in Qatar has received supplies trucks from Iran's Revolutionary Guard, to aid the Gulf emirate during the boycott imposed by its Arab neighbors, according to Kuwaiti journalist Mubarak al-Bugaily on Saturday.

Bugaily shared footage showing trucks carrying Iranian plates, alleged to be at the Qatari port, while there was no proof it’s recent footage.

The journalist used the footage to approve that Iran is a good friend of Qatar, which denies its allegation of opposing the country’s policies in the region.

“To whoever defends Qatar and say it’s against Iran, here are the Revolutionary Guard’s trucks at Al-Ruwais Port in Doha,” Bugaily said through Twitter on Saturday, adding: “Like the Iranian wolf infiltrated Syria, Iraq and Yemen, now it infiltrates Qatar.”

tweet that Egyptian intelligence has exposed the Qatari-Iranian conspiracy to sabotage the last Arab summit held in Riyadh past May.

Egypt, along with Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Libya’s eastern-based government and the Maldives severed diplomatic ties with Doha on June 5, over accusations to Qatar backing terrorist groups.



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