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Qatar's Emir spent millions on bribes for Human rights advocates

Qatar regime spent millions on bribes

Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani has spent millions of dollars on bribes for human rights groups all over the world to improve his regime's image, the London-based Qatar opposition coalition has reported.

The coalition affirmed that it obtained documents that prove the involvement of Sheikh Tamim and former prime minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim in paying bribes for groups which claim to defend human rights.

The documents are dated back to the era before the Arab Spring revolutions, the coalition tweeted.



Qatar thought to incite sedition in Arab countries to topple existing regimes as part of Muslim Brotherhood's agenda, which it sincerely adopts, the coalition affirmed.

Documents revealed secret meetings between Qatari officials and members of Human rights groups in Paris, London and Beirut.



Attempts of the regime to cover up their violations against Qatari people, temporary workers and people of the region will fail and the it will be finally punished.

Documents will be handed over to the UN and European Union, the coalition said, confirming that "change is coming".

Last Modified: Monday، 05 February 2018 01:05 PM