Iranian sources declared that Qatar’s Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad pledged to pay a $2 billion loan to the Iranian regime to quell demonstrations.
Sheikh Mansour bin Rashid Al-Marri condemned Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's decision to allow gay marriage as he is considered an Islamic figure.
“A group of security members stormed the place and forced me to go with them,” Sultan bin Suhaim Al-Thani’s housekeeper, Sahar al-Sheikh said.
Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al Thani revealed on Saturday that the Qatari regime of Hamad froze all his accounts in Qatari banks.
Qatari opposition holds big demonstrations at UNESCO headquarter, Paris, on Wednesday to denounce Qatari candidate Hamad bin Abdul Aziz al-Kawari for the UNESCO post.
Qatari opposition is assumed to be orchestrating demonstrations on October 13, 2017, in order to topple the current Qatari regime.
Qatari regime practices new repressive actions by freezing the funds of some royal family members to suppress their opposing activists.
Many Qatari people expressed their rage at the ruling regime’s policies via a trending hashtag on Twitter “I’m Qatari and represented by the opposition.”
Ali al Dahnim, former Qatari intelligence officer and one of the participants in the Qatar Global Security and Stability opposition conference.
Victims of the Qatari regime were given the floor to unveil their suffering.
“My mother suffered from cancer and I could not visit her before she died,” El Marri stated.
That was after Qatar its markets for Iran and Turkey following the boycott decisions of the quartet countries.
Kawczynski questioned how a small state like Qatar attempts to disrupt the unity of Gulf States.
Richardson described Qatari policies as contradicting and characterized by double-standards.
The conference is organized in great secrecy because of concerns over Qatari government’s interference.
A major conference will be held in London on September 14 and will be attended by a large number of Arab and international political figures.
The photo was among those pined across the Gulf nation streets as a “glorification” for Tamim
Qatari opposition figure Mona Al Sulaiti says Qatari regime recruits African, Asian, and Arab youth to join terrorist organizations to attack Arab countries.
Cheques for millions of Qatari riyals were transferred from bank account of Sheikha Moza bint Nasser to elements of the political opposition in KSA and Kuwait.