A group of US government authorities made a trip on Wednesday to Qatar in the midst of extraordinary global inclusion of the government’s supposed job in financing the Lebanese fear based oppressor development, Hezbollah.
The Saudi Arabia government-claimed media source Al Arabiya gave an account of Wednesday that “the United States has sent a group to Qatar to research” a charge that “Doha is subsidizing Lebanese Hezbollah civilian army as indicated by Al Arabiya sources.”
“We can affirm that the US government is paying attention to this distributed data very and top government authorities went to Qatar and talked with the Qatari government about this case and it is conceivable that the US will make a move in the following hours or a few days,” an Al Arabiya reporter revealed refering to anonymous sources.
“This is a significant issue for Americans, particularly since Hezbollah is on the US psychological militant rundown,” the journalist included.
The US State Department declared on Wednesday that the “Organizer for Counterterrorism Ambassador Nathan A. Deals is making a trip to Doha, Qatar on August 12 to thank that country for its duty to battling worldwide psychological oppression and its devotion to a powerful organization with the United States on counterterrorism and security.”
As indicated by the US State Department Statement, “Envoy Sales will meet with Attorney General Ali Bin Fetais al-Marri and other senior government authorities to talk about Qatar’s job as a solid accomplice in battling the financing of fear mongering, including usage of its new Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) enactment. Represetative Sales will likewise examine Qatar’s dynamic cooperation in the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.”
When inquired as to whether the Al Arabiya report is exact, a State Department representative told the Post: “The State Department noted late press charges of a Qatari job in financing the Lebanese Hezbollah. We consider the to be as conflicting with Qatar’s solid duty to battling worldwide fear based oppression and devotion to a vigorous association with the United States on counterterrorism and security.”
The representative included that “our nearby binds with Qatar are vital for keeping up security in the bay locale, and we will keep on intently cooperate to stop the financing of fear monger associations like Hezbollah.”
The State Department articulation said that “Qatar is one of the United States’ nearest military partners in the area. Al-Udeid Air Base is home to the Combined Air Operation Center, which has 18 countries and is answerable for all alliance air activities in the Middle East and Central Asia. In excess of 8,000 American military staff are housed at Al-Udeid Air Base, and another 200,000 travel the base every year.”
US partners in the Gulf area, in any case, group Qatar as a significant patron of fear based oppression. In 2017, Saudi Arabia, Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and different nations forced a monetary barricade on the minuscule oil-and-gas rich Gulf state over its supposed help of jihadi psychological oppression and its nearby binds with the Islamic Republic of Iran.