Qatar emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani disclosed his countries’ tense relation with Donald Trump administration and said: “Donald Trump is facing legal issues in his home.”
Sheikh Tamim stressed: “Qatar strongly condemns the allegations on supporting terrorism especially Qatar’s relentless efforts along with its allies to fight against ISIS.”
He added: “The real danger is the behavior of some governments that caused terrorism by adopting an extremist version of Islam that does not reflects its tolerance. These states did not do anything on combating terrorism except issuing statements which accuse all moderate activities.”
He said in this regard: “No one has the right to accuse us of terrorism just because the Muslim Brotherhood has been labelled a terrorist organization and to reject the key role of resistance movements by Hamas and Hezbollah, as well.”
Sheikh Tamim also asked Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to revise their stances regarding Qatar and to stop frequent charges which don’t serve in order to achieve the common interests.
About the Arab-Islamic-American summit held in Riyadh, he called countries to put their efforts seriously away from emotions and misjudgment due to the increasing risk of chaos in the region.
“At the same time, Qatar has been able to establish good relations with Iran and the United States. Iran represents a regional and Islamic power that cannot be ignored and it is unwise to face up against it. It is a big power in the stabilization of the region and cooperating with it guarantees regional stability,” he said at the end.
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