CRF explains Gulf ambassadors withdrawal from Qatar
Tamer el-Qady - YOUM7 (Archive)
By MOSTAFA ABDEL TAWAB and RAMY NAWAR

CAIRO: Member in the political bureau of the Coalition of Revolutionary Forces (CRF), Tamer el-Qady said Wednesday that the decision of withdrawing the ambassadors of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain from Qatar is unprecedented in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf.

Qady told Youm7 that the withdrawal was caused by Qatar’s tampering with the Arab national security, its hostile situation towards Egypt, in addition to its role in the instability in the region led to this decision.

Qady claimed that Qatar’s influence is based on large amounts of money and suspicious ties with the United Stated and Israel, according to his statement.

Member of the Salafist call, Sameh Abdel Hameed described the decision as a normal response to Qatar’s involvement in Egypt.

He added to Youm7 that the actions of Qatar government increases its isolation from the Arab world, adding that it gives asylum to wanted fugitives from Egypt.

Originally published in Youm7.

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