A mobile application with an introduction written by the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood has been banned by Google, said The National.
In the app’s introduction, Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, 93, who has been man banned from France and Britain for his extremist views, makes derogatory references to Jews while speaking about historic fatwas.
The Arab Quartet began their boycott of Qatar, in June 2017, because of its support for terrorism and harboring supporters of extremism, such as Al-Qaradawi.
The Egyptian-born imam has defended violence against US troops in Iraq and regularly delivered vehement lectures against the West on Qatari television.
Al-Qaradawi had a weekly show on Al Jazeera called Sharia and Life, where he would espouse his views as a Sunni scholar and spiritual leader in the Brotherhood.
Qatar’s political elite calls him one of their own and says he is a Qatari citizen who holds Qatari nationality. He is very close to the Qatari Emir Tamim.
The US has sanctioned the charity that he chaired, the Union of Good, as a foreign terrorist organization.