Cairo Court has no jurisdiction to consider Qatar terrorist
Qatar's Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani - REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee
By: MOHAMED GAMAL ELMAGHRABI

CAIRO: Cairo Court for Urgent Matters in Abdeen, headed by Judge Kareem Hazem, issued a verdict on Wednesday that the court had no jurisdiction in the lawsuit that demanded to consider the State of Qatar as a country that supports terrorism, Youm7 reported.

Lawyer Samir Sabry said Qatar is the home to a number of fugitive terrorists but Qatar refused to hand them over to Egypt albiet being wanted by Egyptian Interpol.

One lawyer filed a suit demanding the president, prime minister, minister of interior, and general secretary of Arab League to consider Qatar as a country that supports and funds terrorism in Egypt and the Arab world, according to Ahram news. These accusations are made according to Qatar’s support of the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been officially labelled as a terrorist group in Egypt.

A number of political forces in Egypt organized a protest agains the Arab League on April 18 demanding to expel the Qatari Ambassador in Egypt and Qatar should be considered a terrorist state, Al-Dostor reported.

The Independant Current confirmed in a statement on April 19 that it continued its campaigns to support liberation movements in Qatar to get rid of the government which supports terrorism in the Arab World.

A new group of Muslim Brotherhood members arrived at Mitiga International Airport in the Libyan capital of Tripoli on a Qatari plane, El-Fagr news reported.

Sources said the new group that arrived in Libya consists of 15 people affiliated to the Egyptian Islamic group headed by Tarek El-Zomor and they stayed in Doha, Qatar.

Sources said the plane arrived disguised at the airport and members were transferred with four vehicles to the center of Tripoli.

The names of the members were unknown because of security cadon imposed on the airport, which was under the control of armed militants supported by Qatar, sources told El-Fagr news.

Observers said this group’s arrival in Libya is a message from Qatar authority to prove its commitments in the convention signed in Riadh on April 18. The details of the Riyadh document was established on Nov. 23, 2013 and were released to the press on April 18, revealing nine articles concerning Qatar’s foreign policies.

The Riyadh document included number of points, including the deportation of Muslim Brotherhood leaders from Doha to another place and reducing the activity of preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi in preparation for him to find refuge outside Doha.

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