Qatar grants armored vehicles to wreak havoc in Somalia

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Doha ignored the international ban on arming Somalia, handing over 68 armored vehicles to the Somali army.

In this regard, Somali media quoted Somali observers as saying that Qatar's suspicious move seeks to control the Somali army as part of its strategy to turn the African country into a hotbed of extremist groups, so it began to control the Somali security and intelligence services in preparation for that dirty step.

Commenting on the suspect's role in Mogadishu, Somali military expert Mohammed Hussein Farah said Doha is working to develop diabolical plans to increase its army, taking advantage of the need of young unemployed in Somalia, recruiting staff to strengthen its military capability.

He pointed out that the Qatari military aid and grants are just a cover to hide the hidden strategy of Doha, which is spreading terrorism in Somalia, and crippling any international effort to help the country.

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