U.S. grants $200 million military sale terror-tied Qatar

Trump administration officials are defending new plans to provide Qatar with nearly $200 million in advanced military equipment amid efforts by Congress to investigate the country's ties to terror groups and backing for a recent stealth spy operation on American citizens, U.S. officials told the Washington Free Beacon.

The administration has come under fire in recent days from conservative allies for signing off on a $197 million military sale to Qatar, the source of much regional controversy due to its ongoing financing of terror groups and efforts to spy on American citizens via its propaganda network Al Jazeera.

The military sale has come under criticism from some White House allies who told the Free Beacon that Qatar's behavior continues to undermine the United States , particularly its efforts via Al Jazeera to spy on the U.S. Jewish community.

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