Qatari regime in danger after high screams by oppositions



Wed, 20 Sep 2017 - 11:03 GMT


Wed, 20 Sep 2017 - 11:03 GMT

Qatari regime - file photo

Qatari regime - file photo

CAIRO – 20 September 2017: Statements from the Qatari royal family members state their refusal of the Qatari regime’s policies with its neighboring Arab countries, in addition to its sheltering of terrorists and extremists groups.

High screams by the Qatari opposition increased to force the Qatari regime to resolve the crisis with its neighbors, purge their land from any links to terrorist organization and seize funding and protecting terrorism.

For his part, Sheikh Sultan bin Suhaim Al-Thani is one of the major figures opposing the policies of Qatar’s Emir a statement on Tuesday said.

“It hurts me, as the situation is getting worse to the extent of obvious provocation against the stability of the Arab Gulf region, interference in another’s affairs, pushing the region to an unknown and unwanted fate, similar to the fate of states that chose to act unwisely, to end up drowning in chaos and ruin.”

On Sunday, a day before Sheikh Sultan’s statement, the Qatari royal family member Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al-Thani issued a statement published on his official Twitter account regarding the current political crisis in the Arab Gulf region demanding the same demands.

The Qatari opposition has stressed that Qatar has reached the point of no return regarding its policies with its Arab neighbors, noting that the beginning of its conspiracy against the Arabs indicates that it has a vision outside the framework of the Arab world and the Gulf Cooperation Council, Sharjah 24 reported on August 2.

Most of the Qatari opposition cannot reside in Qatar for fear of imprisonment.

Qatari poet Mohammed al-Ajami, also known as Mohammed Ibn al-Dheeb, was jailed from 2011 to 2016 over a poem he wrote that a court found insulting to the former emir and urging the overthrowing of the government, BBC reported in March 2016.



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