CAIRO - 29 Aug 2017: As it continues to support and fund terrorism, the Qatari regime is becoming even more isolated from the world.
Doha insists on promoting hate speech and on interfering in the domestic affairs of Arab and Gulf states, according to a number of politicians and strategic experts taking part in a seminar hosted by the Middle East News Agency (MENA) Tuesday.
Arab countries will not tolerate any more Qatari atrocities that are meant to destroy the Arab fabric, the experts said.
Themed "Means to face Qatari conspiracies against our Arab world", the seminar - which was chaired by MENA chairman and editor-in-chief Aly Hassan - shed light on Qatar's support for terrorist organizations, atop of which Al Qaeda, Al Nusra Front and the Muslim Brotherhood, accusing it of acting to destabilize the Arab world and undermine its security and peace.
Addressing the gathering, MENA chairman termed as "unacceptable" Doha's insistence on securing a safe haven for well-known leaders and members of terrorism groups, believing this to be part of a "clear-cut conspiracy against the Arab world."
Hassan accused the Qatari regime of having a hand in all conspiracies woven against the Arab world, whether through funding, training or sheltering.
He said countries against terrorism are willing to negotiate with the Qatari regime if, and only if, it refrains from supporting terrorism in all ways.