The joint delegation of the Arab Human Rights Organization in Britain and the International Campaign to face Qatar's finance to terrorism, held a series of meetings on the fringes of the Human Rights Council, an affiliate of the United Nations in Geneva.
The joint delegation, including Abdulrahman Nofel, Chairman of the Arab Human Rights Organization, and Iman Al-Sabbagh and Alexander Lomega of the international campaign to face Qatar's finance for terrorism, reviewed with a number of representatives of international legal organizations and individuals, the types of violations being committed by Doha rulers despite lies uttered by Qatar's foreign minister Mohammed Abdulrahman Al Thani regarding the legal situation in his country.
The delegation pointed out that Qatar pours millions of U.S. dollars on legal organizations to improve its profile. During the meeting, it tackled the issue of arrests in Qatar, particularly the detaining of Qatari pilgrims returning from Saudi Arabia, the revoking of nationality for Qatari families, ill-treatment for foreign laborers in Qatar, including unfair classification of foreign laborers compared to local citizens, citing that there are a number of evidence on Qatar's support for terror organizations, topped by Muslim Brotherhood Organization and Daesh terror organization, etc.
The delegation demanded the world community to verify the false accusations rendered by Qatar's foreign minister, calling for immediate stoppage of violations against democratic members by the Qatari regime.