The Qatari government has listed 20 people and eight organizations on its own «terrorism» list, nine months after three Gulf Arab states and Egypt boycotted them for supporting Islamist extremists.
Qatar's interior ministry on Wednesday published the list of 12 Qataris, two Saudis, four Egyptians and two Jordanians.
This is the first time Qatar has issued a single terrorism list under an amendment to the anti-terrorism law in July.
adds several people to its list of designated terrorists, including Qatari terror financier 'Abd Al-Rahman Al-Nuaymi' and the Al-Nusra cleric 'Abdullah Al-Muhaisni'.
in the direction of an acknowledging that the Qatari government is involved in one way or another in cooperation with terrorist and extremist elements, which may be considered as bowing to the demands of the embargo countries.