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Qatar bribes Amnesty International to attack Saudi Arabia

The Qatari regime is pressuring international organizations to raise issues that support the Saudi opposition.

Money is known to be influential in international and humanitarian organizations, as confirmed by human rights lawyer Irina Tsun, that: “ Qatar enjoys disproportionate influence through most national and international human rights organizations. In particular, Amnesty International and Human Rights have gained influence through, inter alia, fund raising and investments.“

Solidarity with terrorism

Qatari pressure has emerged on international organizations to raise issues supporting the Saudi opposition and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Amensty International tweeted on its Twitter account supporting Sheikh Salman al-Ouda, one of those detained in Saudi Arabia for terrorism.

The organization called for Al-Ouda’s immediate release and concluded its publication with the hashtag #Freedom_for Salman.

It is noteworthy, that Sheikh Salman is a Saudi Arabian Islamic citizen.

On 7 September 2017, Sheikh Salman Al-Ouda was arrested by the Saudi authorities on charges of conspiracy against the State and membership of the Muslim Brotherhood classified as a terrorist organization in the country.

Al-Ouda is famous for his close relationship with Qatar, as he advised a fatwa prohibiting the severing of Saudi relations with Qatar in 2017. And he is a member of the Union of Muslim Scholars established by Qatar.

Qatar’s Relationship with Amnesty Administration

Irina Tsukerman pointed out that the country system had relationships developed with particular influencers and heads of non-governmental organizations before they became prominent.

Sometimes indirectly through left-wing allies, an example is the relationship with Amnesty International Secretary-General Agnés Callamard, who enjoys close links with the Qatari regime and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The photo collected by Agnés Callamard in Saudi opposition Ghanem al-Dosari confirms the extent to which she has been involved in supporting the Saudi opposition.

Agnès Callamard

Under the pretext of human rights and others, while ignoring all violations committed by the Qatari regime, the latest of which is the brutal repression of the Al-Murra demonstrations and the confiscation of their opinion and their right to vote and to stand for election.

Al Jazeera Al Qatari channel in English hosted Callamard a while ago and opened up the possibility of attacking Saudi Arabia again, as it said that “America did not punish Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.” And the coup against the Al-Ula agreement.

Journalist Hussein Al-Ghawi revealed Callamard’s relations with the Brotherhood through a post on Twitter, as he said that she was a lawyer for Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of the Brotherhood’s founder and accused of raping five girls in France.

It is worth noting that Callamard has many controversial opinions, including her writing a report condemning the killing of Qasem Soleimani, the former commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, who was killed in a US airstrike at Baghdad airport, what prompted the Pentagon responded that Soleimani was “planning terrorist attacks against American and other States before his targeting.”

Finally, observers are wondering when Qatar will stop plotting against Saudi Arabia and its security, despite all the concessions made by the Kingdom to accommodate Qatari arrogance.

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