the Qatari Dispute
The countries that were affected negatively by the Qatari international polices have the right to demand compensations and turn the whole case to the UN Security Council.
The majority of Bahraini Members of Parliament have agreed to sue Qatar internationally through the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague.
In an article published on the National Interest website on Sunday, Harvard Belfer Center fellow researcher Nawaf Obaid said that Qatar is playing a dangerous game against the other Arab countries by backing.
Riots broke out in Qatar Friday due to a strike of foreign workers, according to ON Live television channel.
Al-Watan Saudi newspaper said Thursday that Qatar used funding charities as cover for backing terrorism, especially the Hezbollah terrorist group in Lebanon.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ahmed Abu zaid said Monday that the Egyptian stance regarding the Qatari dispute and the demands issued to Doha's government is "clear."