120 Lawsuits Filed Against Qatar in US Courts

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Campaign material for #DriveForJustice
Campaign material for #DriveForJustice

An Arab-American business consultant is launching a month-long awareness campaign about the more than 120 lawsuits filed against Qatar in U.S. courts.

Mohamad J. Samman, originally from Saudi Arabia and a Saudi regime supporter, plans to

Mohamad J. Samman (Photo: Twitter)
Mohamad J. Samman (Photo: Twitter)

drive across America on a 7,000-mile trip organizing demonstrations, meeting members of Congress and attorneys, and visiting companies that do business with Qatar, among other activities.

Samman says more than 120 lawsuits are pending in U.S. courts against Qatar in Washington, D.C., South Carolina, New York, Delaware, Louisiana, California, Virginia, Arizona, Florida, Texas.

He says the 120 lawsuits include, among other charges:

  • Funding Terrorism
  • Supporting Radicals
  • Harboring “Muslim Brotherhood Mafia”
  • Bankrolling American Colleges to support the Boycott, Divest and Sanction movement against Israel
  • Anti-Semitism
  • Defamation and Libel
  • Illegal Lobbying
  • FARA Violations
  • Espionage
  • Tax Evasion
  • Hacking

Samman, who writes that he is working in a “personal capacity” and receive “no guidance or funding from anyone inside or outside the United States,” launched a GoFundMe campaign to finance the trip, which scheduled for June 14 – July 12, 2019.

The campaign is called Drive for Justice Against Qatar in America or #DriveForJustice.



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