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Qatar: ransom of kidnapped fishermen deposited with the Central Bank of Iraq

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Qatar: ransom of kidnapped fishermen deposited with the Central Bank of Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Fri Jul 20, 2018 11:02 am

Qatar: ransom of kidnapped fishermen deposited with the Central Bank of Iraq

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2 hours ago

Qatar has not paid money to terrorist groups to release the kidnappers, the Qatari daily Al-Sharq reported.

The official added that his country "dealt with the Iraqi government, which was a party to the process, was deposited in the Central Bank of Iraq by the Iraqi prime minister Haider Abadi," according to the newspaper "East".

"Qatar has previously taken care to bring funds to Iraq in a formal, clear and public manner to support the efforts of the Iraqi authorities to release the Qatari abductees. These funds were not smuggled in. The Qatari kidnappers were officially issued visas and were under the protection of the Iraqi security authorities when they were Kidnapping them, and this is confirmed by Abbadi that the Qatari funds are located in the Central Bank in Baghdad and deal with the subject legally.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) published a report entitled "Has Qatar paid the largest ransom in history to free the kidnapped princes in Iraq," in which the issue of Qatari citizens who were kidnapped in Iraq in 2015, based on documents that indicate the involvement of Qatar in support of groups Terrorist attacks.

The story concludes that 100 armed men aboard dozens of SUVs abducted 28 members of the ruling family who were participating in a fishing trip in southern Iraq on 16 December 2015.

According to the report, Qatar paid a ransom of $ 1 billion to release the hostages, This amount is groups and people the United States calls "terrorists".

The BBC said that the party that provided it with the documents it used in this report was "an anti-Qatar government."


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