Human rights activists working to form international committee on Qatar's support for terrorism

Egyptian and Libyan human rights activists are working on preparing a comprehensive legal file proving the support of the Qatari authorities for terrorism in Libya and Egypt, in order to establish an international commission to investigate the role played by Doha to destabilize the security and stability of both countries.

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Activists and jurists from Egypt and Libya have begun a wide-ranging effort to prepare a comprehensive legal case to prove the support of the Qatari authorities for terrorism in Libya and Egypt. The committee is to establish an international commission to investigate the role played by Doha to destabilize the security and stability of the two countries.

"At the 40th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, they called for the formation of international commissions to investigate violations committed by the State of Qatar, whether in Libya or Egypt," human rights activist Seraj al-Din Al-Tawergi told Al-Arabiya T.V.

Al-Tawergi said that they have "many irrefutable evidence" that prove the direct involvement of Doha, whether by supporting terrorism in Libya or Egypt, by supporting some figures in Libya to smuggle arms to terrorist groups in Egypt, especially in Sinai, and to "send trainers" to terrorists in Libya to train them to make bombs and mines. He pointed out that investigations with terrorist elements arrested in Libya revealed the existence of financial, information and logistical support from Qatar to the terrorists of Libya.

"All these evidence and arguments directly condemn and clarify the role of Doha in what happened and is happening in Libya and Egypt has been subjected to bloody terrorist attacks, in addition to harboring the most wanted terrorists internationally."

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