Dubai's former police chief, Dhahi Khalfan. File photo
CAIRO – 8 October 2017: Dubai's former police chief, Dhahi Khalfan, said that 74 percent of Qatari people see Al Jazeera as a bad channel, 54 percent refuse the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group.
Khalfan added that Qatar is dealing with terrorists up to this moment—a statement that was confirmed by sources observing Doha's relations with terrorist groups in the region. Khalfan stressed that there is no doubt "Qataris are facing a corrupt government.”
He referred to the recent terrorist acts that hit different European cities in the last few weeks, stressing that those who carry out such crimes are actually relying on the Brotherhood’s ideology that incites collective killings of opponents and civilians.
The Arab anti-terrorism quartet, namely Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain, have cut their diplomatic ties with Doha over accusations of supporting terrorist organizations and individuals, as well as maintaining close ties with Iran, which the Arab quartet have accused of trying to destabilize the region by fomenting sectarian strife.