Hamadein’s terror is stronger than India floods

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Qatar tried in various ways to restore its terrorist activity in Kerala, India. Doha wanted to exploit the tragedy of the floods to support its extremist entities in the state, so quickly announced a package of suspicious aid to the victims.

Tamim bin Hamad allocated $5 million under the pretext of relief for flood victims. He used Qatar Charity, which started with its representatives in India, to provide half a million riyals, and then launched a donation campaign aimed at raising another 4 million riyals.

Qatar is seeking again to revive the armed terrorist groups, trying to get closer to the government to wash its bloodstained reputation. This has led the Indian government to refuse Qatari aid to mute the killing machine.

Investigations have proved Qatar Charity ruin in Kerala. Doha paid the militants more than $1.190 million, according to the Qatari Awqaf, which reached militants to control the state.

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