Egypt’s State Information Service publishes study on Qatar’s law repressing rallies, meetings

SourceEgypt Today

CAIRO - 17 October 2020: Egypt's State Information Service (SIS) has published a new study on Qatar's law no. 18, which represses its people's right to peaceful assembly in rallies and meetings.  Under the title: "Tamim’s Firmans: No meetings or rallies in Qatar," the study explains the tiny emirate's restrictive way when dealing with its people.   Below is the full text of the study by SIS:   The Qatari regime has entrenched an image in the minds of the international community that Qatar is government, without a people, or at best, its people are a lifeless body. The world never witnessed a peaceful demonstration or gathering criticizing the regime’s conduct in Qatar. Yet the Qatari more...