QATAR STAND OFF HIGHLIGHTS GULF FAILINGS OVER COUNTER-TERROR FINANCE CONTROLS

THE FIVE month-long diplomatic and commercial dispute between Qatar and the so-called ‘anti-terror quartet - ATQ’ of Saudi Arabia, the Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt) continues and revolves around Doha’s alleged financial support for terrorist groups. Evidence of such financing has been drawn up by both sides, with Qatar claiming its opponents have pushed money into the hands of terror groups. But as the Gulf stand-off continues, it is Qatar that’s under the spotlight. The quartet cut diplomatic, transport and trade ties ...


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