new shift, Eid Charity will soon be receiving funds from Qatari businesses that
will help expand the charity’s operations at home and overseas. But, where Eid
Charity’s aid will be directed remains unclear.
Donors Are Buying a Say in Italy’s Islam. (June 9, 2016)
the end of May, a Qatar Charity delegation traveled across the northwest of
Italy to inaugurate several Islamic centers built or renovated thanks to the
€25 million devolved to UCOII over the past three years, in line with the
provision of Qatar Charity’s “Ghaith” initiative. This most recent investment,
however, is only the tip of the iceberg.
Saudi Relief Helped the Balkans Turn into Breeding Ground for Terrorism.
(June 20, 2016)
Arabia’s aid in the Yugoslav wars’ aftermath proved crucial to establishing a
hotbed for extremism and terrorism in the Balkans.
Charity Faces New Controversies in Italy. (August 19, 2016)
Italy, Qatar Charity is getting negative press due to the high state of alert
against growing terrorist threats and in light of debates on how to prevent
further radicalization in the country.
Targets Money-Laundering Family Business in Crackdown on Terrorist Finance, Transnational
Crime. (October 14, 2016)
Khanani MLO is an alarming case of a family-run money laundering organization
in support of terrorists and drug traffickers. The U.S. must continue to work
together with its allies and target a vital aspect of terrorist financing:
Female Fighters on the Battlefront. (September 14, 2016)
ISIS’ news outlet Amaq sanctioned the growing role of women as executors of
the New ISIS Leader in Libya: Abdulqader al-Najdi. (March 15, 2016)
week ISIS’s Arabic propaganda magazine al-Nabaa featured an interview with
Abdulqader al-Najdi, the new ISIS’s commander in Libya.
Will Not Have a Nuclear Weapon”: But At What Cost?. (April 8, 2016)
U.S. continues to turn a blind eye to Iran's international crimes in an effort
to preserve the nuclear deal.
Petrodollar Land Grabbing for Qatar in Brussels. (February 4, 2016)
online petition to stop the construction of a mosque with 600-people capacity
attached to the Qatari embassy voices concerns about Qatar’s efforts at land
grabbing in the European capital.
Dwindling Funds Signal Organizational Crisis. (July 1, 2016)
financial crisis and reported resignation of current leader, Khaled Meshal,
indicate either change or demise is on the horizon for the organization.
in Libya: An Enduring Latent Threat to the Sahel. (October 3, 2016)
recent congressional testimony refocused attention on the persistent - albeit recently
silent - threat that AQIM poses to Libya and the Sahel from its Libyan
Partnership to Provide Drinking Water in Raqqa. (April 15, 2016)
Raqqa, ISIS is allegedly collecting taxes and taking credit for administering
water facilities “staffed and paid” for by the Syrian government.
Asya: Erdogan Takes Over. (July 19, 2016)
banking operations of Bank Asya, a Turkish major lender founded in the late
1990s by Gülen movement affiliates, were officially suspended yesterday by
effect of Erdogan’s unrestrained purge of the Gülen movement after the failed
July 15 coup.
Qatar Seeking Influence in U.S. Schools. (August 29, 2016)
global suspicion of traditional channels of exerting influence, Qatar and Libya
have recently turned to U.S. schools as a new channel to get their message out.