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On 16/2/2004, Law No.3 of 2004 on Combating Terrorism was promulgated. The different articles of the law tackle the definition of terrorist crimes and their punishments.
On 18/3/2010, Law No. 4 of 2010 was promulgated on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing
Activities (RACA) which supervises and monitors the charitable and humanitarian work of private charitable organisations and foundations, individuals and other entities.
which criminalizes and penalizes with a sentence of no more than 3 years in prison and a fine of no more than 500 thousand Qatari Riyals any person which through an information network or any information technology technique establishes or runs any terrorist organization, facilitates communication with leaders or members of such organization, promotes or disseminates its ideas, secures its finance or publishes instructions for manufacturing of explosives or incendiary devices.
which subjected to the monitoring and supervision of RACA (all charitable organisations and foundations existing on the date of enforcement of the Law or registered under its provisions, other entities authorised to undertake charitable or humanitarian activities or individuals authorized to raise funds or make money transfers for charitable or humanitarian purposes).
which penalises any person which raises funds in person or through individuals, newspapers, companies or any other means not authorised by the Law and penalises any newspaper or institution publicising or facilitating the aforementioned crimes.
which Articles 1 and 2 have been replaced. Article 1 of the amending law included definitions of the following expressions and phrases (terrorist crimes, terrorist act, a terrorist, terrorist entities, funds, freezing, financing of terrorism). Article 2 of the amending law stipulates the penalties of terrorist crimes as (death penalty, life-time imprisonment, imprisonment for no less than fifteen years, the maximum term of the imprisonment penalty for the crime, if punishable with imprisonment, is a period less than ten years).
which stipulated respectively: initiation of two lists of terrorists and terrorist entities, definitions of the entities and individuals designated on the two lists by the Prosecutor General, designation term and cases for delisting, appealing designation before the Court of Appeal within sixty days and consequences of designation on individuals and entities.