The Qatar Awareness Campaign Coalition
Pamela Geller is trying to make everyone aware of the role Qatar plays in financing and supporting terror. Here's an example
. It's a letter sent to CNN President Jeffrey Zucker.
This letter is being sent to you on behalf of the Qatar Awareness Campaign Coalition.
The purpose is to inform you and the public of the activities of the
state of Qatar. CNN regularly solicits the opinion of policy experts and
fellows from Brookings Doha, which receives millions of dollars in
funding from Qatar. CNN.com also featured a prominent ad for the Qatar
We urge to you read the information below, which includes evidence that
Qatar is arguably the preeminent sponsor of terror in the world today.
It is a benefactor of the genocidal armies of ISIS, al Qaeda, and Boko
Haram; it is involved in Taliban narcotics trafficking through a
relationship with the Pakistani National Logistics Cell; and profits
from operating a virtual slave state. Qatar is involved in terror operations from Nigeria to Gaza to India to Syria to Iraq.
So the public understands why this letter is addressed to you, the
president of CNN, here are some facts pertaining to CNN’s involvement
In light of Qatar’s consistent and vocal support for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, we ask that you consider the attached sourced report
on Qatar’s activities. The links cited are vetted and credible sources.
We hope you take the time to verify the truth of the statements for
- Following the overthrow of the pro-Muslim Brotherhood government of
Mohamed Morsi, who simultaneously backed and supported Qatar, the CNN Global Public Square blog featured an interview with Gregory Gause III,
professor of political science at the University of Vermont and
non-resident senior fellow at the Brookings Doha Center. Prof. Gause
expressed disapproval of the ouster of the government of Morsi, a close ally of Qatar.
- In August 2014, during the Israel-Gaza war, the CNN Global Public Square blog featured an op-ed by Sultan Barakat,
Director of Research at Brookings Doha. Barakat was especially critical
of Israel, which he accused of “disregard for basic civilian
infrastructure” in Gaza, and stated that Israel “clearly prefers an
underdeveloped ghetto to a viable foreign country [in Gaza].”
- [CNN.]com featured a special advertising page
for the Qatar Foundation. This ad linked to “a 30-minute monthly
feature program … that seeks to capture the dynamism and broad range of
cultural diversity in … the Middle East.” The Qatar Foundation, with the
Emir of Qatar, established
the Al-Qaradawi Research Center. Yusuf al-Qaradawi is the spiritual
leader of the Muslim Brotherhood and a vocal supporter of violent jihad.
After doing so, the Coalition of the Qatar Awareness Campaign calls on you to exert
due influence on the Qatari government to cease any type of involvement
in all forms of Islamic terrorism, slavery, and drug trafficking!
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Labels: Brookings Institution, CNN, Emir of Qatar, Qatar