The British newspaper ‘The Sunday Telegraph’ has reported that the largest financiers of al-Qaeda terrorists who supply with millions are located in Qatar and Kuwait, which are described as fertile environments for the collection of funds and financial aid that go to the jihadist mercenaries.
The paper has reported that Britain should be more pronounced in its letters to friends in the Gulf that any country suspected of involvement in the financing of gangs hungry for the blood can’t be regarded as a friendly country and that this is not tolerated at all.
‘The Sunday Telegraph’ newspaper talked in an editorial about the need to put pressure on British Prime Minister David Cameron to put the issue of ‘terrorism financing’ at the top of the agenda of talks scheduled this week with the prince of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, in London.
The newspaper says that Cameron should ask the Qatari prince to take decisive actions to dam any channels for collecting and providing material support to Daesh-ISIL in Iraq and Syria.
We do not know whether to laugh or get angry, because either ‘The Sunday Telegraph’ is naive or teases us: we believe as valid the second option.
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