The Sky News news channel was the only one to report on the Qatari support to terrorism in the Arab countries.
According to the US media, starting with the view of the terrorist organization Yusuf al-Qaradawi, known as "mufti of hatred," Doha's support for terrorism has been extended to several Arab countries.
According to the report, the security forces in Yemen have found weapons from Qatar in prison for the organization of terrorist brothers in Aden.
In Libya, scandals continue to support Doha with weapons and money, which led the Katharine forces to the Libyan territory to support the Tripoli militia in expanding their control in Mtteqi and Misrati.
According to the United Nations refugee agency, Qatar has been focusing on supporting the militias in Tripoli since the fall of Qadhafi, thus strengthening the state of transnational terrorism.
In Syria, Al Qaeda groups and branches, in particular the Nasr front, were hostage in Doha and repeatedly played the role of mediator in the release of dozens of prisoners on the Nasr front.
As Doha's largest example, it bought a ransom for terrorists in order to release Nawal Maaloula in March 2014.