Abu Dhabi Media Company Director-General lambasts Qatar’s lies
He said, “We don’t hear Qatar’s voice against Iran's and Turkey's systematic violations of human rights, but it shot its arrows of lies against the UAE and Saudi Arabia."
لا نسمع لقطر وإعلامها صوتاً لانتهاكات إيران وتركيا اليومية الممنهجة لحقوق الإنسان، في حين تصوب سهام أكاذيبها على الامارات والسعودية.— علي بن تميم (@3litamim) September 28, 2017
He continued to say that it's normal for Qatar to defend al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen, as Qatar only defends terrorism.
“Not only Tamim’s regime, who falls in lies, but also the so-called human rights organizations.”
لم يسقط #تنظيم_الحمدين وحده في وحول الكذب بل سقطت معه ما تسمى "منظمات حقوقية" كشفت الوقائع أنها تدار بالأموال والأهواء السياسية المغرضة.— علي بن تميم (@3litamim) September 28, 2017
It has been four months since the Qatari crisis started. On June 5, four countries — Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain — severed ties with Qatar over its support of terrorist groups. They asked Doha to stop funding terrorists in the region and demanded that 13 conditions be met in order for dialogue to begin. The Arab countries also closed off all points of entry for Qatari transportation.
During his speech on Thursday from the podium of the 193-member United Nations General Assembly, Thani renewed the call, “for an unconditional dialogue based on mutual respect for sovereignty,” while directing strong criticism towards the four Arab countries.
In the coming period, the Arab Quartet will be handing over documents submitted to the UN Security Council proving Qatar's involvement in supporting and financing terrorism.