Hired agents spreading false accusations against Qatar

Hired agents spreading false accusations against Qatar

Hired agents of siege countries are spreading fake news and levelling false accusations against Qatar.
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Hired agents of siege countries are spreading fake news and levelling false accusations against Qatar.

After failing to garner support from anywhere, they have resorted to black magic and paranormal forces. One of the correspondents of local media in one of the siege countries commented that Qatar was dealing with sorcerers. “Qataris paid millions of dollars to sorcerers from some African countries to resolve the crisis,” tweeted a correspondent of Al Arabiya channel.

The moment this silly accusation appeared, this tweet instantly became a laughing stock in twitter and people started making fun of this comment. “Makes me laugh every time they come up with fake accusations about Qatar,” said ABM Al Emadi in twitter handle.

People said such the blockade has failed to create any impact on Qatar and this was the main reason for such silly accusations.

Jaber Al Harami, former Editor-in-Chief of Al Sharq tweeted that “Nothing left to say when hired agents of siege countries say such silly things.” He also added that “did they think that these lies and fabrications can deceive their people. People are more clever than such hired agents”.

Another person tweeted that “they have created stories on humans and Al Arabiya broadcasted it and they didn’t stop on that and now have reached to Al-Jinn.” “These hilarious accusations represents their insanity and really make me laugh hard,” another person tweeted. While another one commented jokingly that “yes we are dealing with Jinn to control the world, adding that we want to know if we are terrorists or Jinn.” Others said that Qatar made them crazy, and that is why they said it deals with Jinn. No one believes their media, and that is why they are creating stories on Jinn.

The siege countries have banned their people to show sympathy with Qatar, and also began using Imams of mosques to persuade people that Qatar had threatened their security.

Source: The Peninsula

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