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Geneva – The Arab Federation for Human Rights revealed its new extensive report stating Qatar’s violations of human rights and international laws. The report also uncovers the lies of Qatar’s National Committee for Human Rights (NCHR) and presents evidence of Doha’s violations.

The federation issued the report on the sidelines of 36th Session of the UN Human Rights Council at the UN Headquarters in Geneva.

Founder Ahmed al-Hamli also announced that the federation prepared a report on the dangers of Qatar hosting the World Cup 2022.

Hamli explained that the report included unprecedented evidence and documented information which reveal the extent of corruption and bribery that led to Qatar winning the rights to host the 2022 event. He added that experts spent months preparing the report in a methodological scientific method to reveal the truth.

Hamli stated that a delegate of the federation will meet High commissioner of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Raed bin al-Hussein or his representative to discuss the issue.

The Arab Federation for Human Rights was officially founded during an event organized by the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland’s capital, on September 21st 2015 which turned-out to be the International Day of Peace.

The Federation aims to enhance and support the world human right principles as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international treaties, conventions and protocols, that governs international humanitarian law. Moreover, the Federation endeavors to exploit all its capacities to improve the human rights situation in the Arab world and work on spreading societal and institutional awareness and establish the principles of equality, justice, equal citizenship and peaceful coexistence between the different parts of society.

Hamli said that the report will also ask the High Commission for Human Rights to reconsider its classification of Qatar’s National Committee for Human Rights.

The federation is also expected to announce a new report about human rights and terrorism in Yemen which also uncovers the lies promoted by certain Western parties. He added that the federation formed a committee that visited Yemen for a month and met a number of top military and security officials.