Qatar: Bank of terrorism and human rights organizations

At the same time as Kenneth Roth, director of Human Rights Watch was announcing on last July from Doha that Qatar is above suspicion and does not support terrorism.

Kenneth Roth, director of Human Rights Watch
Sultan al-Kubaisi, the adviser to the Qatari embassy in Beirut, was working with Major General Abbas Ibrahim, the director of Lebanese security, On the completion of an agreement between Isis and Hezbollah to clear the Syrian-Lebanese border from the Da’ash fighters and the release of kidnapped Lebanese soldiers with Qatari funding.
General Abbas Ibrahim, the director of Lebanese security
The Qatari funds were always passing through Beirut to reach the hands of the terrorists and their organizations financed under the pretext of paying ransom to hostages of all nationalities. From the Qatari embassy in Beirut and in cooperation with Major General Ibrahim, the Front was funded and supported several times.
The Qatari funds were always passing through Beirut to reach the hands of the terrorists
A Lebanese source told the newspaper that after the apprehension, millions of dollars of property were registered in the name of Major General Ibrahim in Beirut’s most prestigious neighborhood, Kubaisi, who may be linked to Ghanim al-Kubaisi, the head of Qatari intelligence known in Beirut as millions of dollars bag.
al-Kubaisi, the head of Qatari intelligence
The Lebanese source told the newspaper that hundreds of Qatari bags had arrived in the past three years and that trucks carrying money were moving from the Qatari embassy in Beirut to the terrorist groups, just as Qatar pays money to human rights organizations to the extent that a country has been declared above suspicions.