December 20, 2013

Terrorists for Human Rights

Eli Lake, The Daily Beast

ABC News

Most of the world knows Abdul Rahman Omeir al-Naimi as a Qatari history professor and human-rights activist. The Swiss-based organization he founded, known as al-Karama from the Arab word for dignity, has worked closely with the United Nations and American human rights groups, most notably Human Rights Watch.

According to the U.S. government, however, al-Naimi is also a major financier of al Qaeda.

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TAGGED: Al-Qaeda, Human Rights, Abdul Rahman Omeir Al-Naimi

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