Documentary exposing Qatar's role in spreading the 'Muslim Brotherhood' ideology in Europe

Qatar funded NGO, 'Qatar Charity' is trying to strengthen the radical Muslim Brotherhood ideology in Europe and the World.

A whistleblower has provided two French journalists with thousands of secret documents that belong to the "Qatar Charity."  The journalists, Georges Malbrunot and Christian Chesnot, conducted an investigation of the program. The journalists discovered that these programs were driven by ideology.

How does the organization work, and what are its aims? It all started with a USB stick containing donor lists, e-mail correspondence, and information on bank transfers from the largest NGO in the Gulf States, the "Qatar Charity." The journalists provide insights into the organization's finances, and its links to the ruling Al-Thani family and other influential Qataris.

They "followed the money," and came up with details on the construction of a huge Islamic center in Mulhouse, Alsace; a museum in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, that's devoted to Islamic civilization; a training center for imams in the French department of Nièvre; and a refugee center in Sicily that housed migrants at the height of the Syrian crisis.  

The documents revealed details of a missionary- and funding program aimed at strengthening political Islam throughout Europe. This program includes the financing of 140 mosques, cultural centers, and schools -- all of which are associated with the #radical Islamic #Muslim_Brotherhood organization. 

But Qatari authorities deny that the NGO is carrying out missionary activity in the West. 

Video Date: Jan 25, 2021

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