Undeniably, Qatar is slowly but systematically, going on a brainwashing spree all over the world. News from Britain is trickling in of its informers and supporters working into the country to influence the minds of the common people.
Qatar Trust which is a registered not-for-profit organization functioning in the United Kingdom has been under the radar of The Charity Commission that acts a charity watchdog in the United Kingdom. It has been known to be run by a Qatari national who has indulged in hate propaganda on social media and through his website Islamweb that has continued to brainwash British Muslims to hate Christians and Jews.
Yousef al-Kuwari, the chief executive of Qatar Charity UK. The latter is the European subsidiary of Qatar Charity Qatar (QCQ), stationed in Doha and which is known to have been designated as a terrorist group that has also been linked with the Muslim Brotherhood. QCQ was later listed as a supporter of terrorism by the group of Arab countries that boycotted Qatar in 2017 over its links and support for extremist groups.
Strangely, its UK subsidiary was licensed as a registered company in 2012, and since then been working with great ‘independence’ in dispelling spirit of jihad in the name of building the mosque and funding the same.
It also comes into focus that Qatar Charity, UK has primarily focused on the downtrodden youth and immigrants living in Europe and the UK. Its aim has been to help and then seek favor when the times are right and suits their ulterior motive.
Recently, the charity was renamed as Nectar Trust, simply to guise its connections with its parent organization and take the focus off Kuwari. Further, a recent investigation by French journalists has also found Nectar Trust alleged connection in the utilization of their funds to feed multimillion-pound Brotherhood-linked terror projects in Britain and France.
The UK organization has received money to the tune of £28 million from QCQ in 2017 itself.In the 2015 report, the Charity Commission raised concerns that all the trustees were linked to QCQ. The report also said Israel had banned the QCQ over its support for an organization that backs Hamas.