Sunday, April 20, 2014

  • Sunday, April 20, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
Ma'an reported n January:

Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim Ibn Hamad Al Thani has given orders to grant work visas to 20,000 Palestinians, the Palestinian ambassador to Qatar told Ma'an on Monday.

The move comes after 20 years in which Palestinians were prevented by Qatari authorities from acquiring visas to work in the prosperous Persian Gulf emirate, according to the ambassador.

Muneer Ghannam told Ma'an that Palestinian Authority prime minister Rami Hamdallah, who met with Sheikh Tamim two weeks ago, had requested that Qatar allow Palestinian specialists to work in Qatar in order to help reduce unemployment rates in Palestine.

The Emir of Qatar responded positively and eventually approved the entry of 20,000 Palestinians to work in his country.

The ambassador highlighted that the Palestinian Authority minister of interior Said Abu Ali and his Qatari counterpart signed an agreement detailing all employment conditions and regulations.
Tens of thousands of Palestinian Arabs applied for these jobs, both in person and online.

But in the end it was just another broken Arab promise.

As of this week some 40,000 applied for work in Qatar, but Qatar froze the process and has not allowed a single Palestinian Arab to enter its territory for work.

Showing once again how much Arabs care about their Palestinian "brothers." They are quick to make promises but don't exactly make a habit of following through.



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