Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani - File Photo
CAIRO – 8 September 2017: Exiled Qatari businessman and reformist, Khalid Al-Hail revealed Friday that Qatari regime is attempting to sabotage the anticipated ‘Qatar, Global Security and Stability Conference’ held by Qatari opponents in London, through his official Twitter account.
“Qatar’s regime and his channel –Aljazeera- try to provoke me to know the location of the conference in order to sabotage it.. I won’t announce the exact place, you may enjoy watching the live stream of it,” Hail tweeted few hours ago.
Al-Hail, along with a number of exiled Qatari dissidents, who are seeking a resolution to the regional crisis and a more stable future for Qatar, are organizing a conference on September 14 in British capital of London, to discuss the Qatari turmoil and its economic consequences reflected in the region and the rest of the world.
The conference will be attended by a large number of Arab and international political figures, academics and media professionals, and Qataris to discuss the Qatari crisis.
Steeve Page, vice president of the European Center for Democracy and Human Rights (ECDHR), announced late August in a statement the center’s support to the conference, which is considered the first Arab and international conference on the Qatari crisis.
Page added in his statement that the center, as well as a number of various human rights organizations and personalities in Europe will participate in the conference and are waiting to discuss the crisis.
It has been three months since the Qatari crisis in the Middle East broke out, where Qatar was faced with the four Arab countries, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, cutting all diplomatic ties with Doha, amid allegations that Qatar is funding and supporting terrorism.