Qatar: Aid given to Egypt, not Muslim Brotherhood

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August 18, 2013 21:32

 
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Qatar denied on Sunday that it had provided aid to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood and stressed that all support went to Egypt as a whole, AFP reported.

"Qatar has never given aid to an Egyptian group or an Egyptian political party. The aid has always been provided to Egypt," AFP quoted Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled al-Attiya as saying.

Al-Attiya Qatari aid to Egypt began after the Arab Spring uprising in 2011 and continues today.

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