In a shocking and illogical decision that not only calls into question its politics but also its ethics and sporting spirit, the UAE last night barred top Qatari football official Saoud al-Mohannadi from entering the Emirates for the AFC Asian Cup football tournament starting Saturday.
The leader of a French mercenary group has revealed a military plan to invade Qatar. The plan was put in place by the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in 1996 after the failure of the coup attempt in Doha that year.
American mercenaries were hired by the UAE to assassinate political leaders and clerics in Yemen in 2015, according to a new report.
Qatar has responded strongly to the attack of the UAE and Bahrain at the UN, telling the General Assembly that the UAE has been destabilising countries in the region, and Bahrain interfering in the internal affairs of other countries.
An official source at Qatar's Ministry of the Foreign Affairs has stressed that the ministry is following with great concern media reports that talked about the use of Israeli companies and their technologies
Dr Mehran Kamrava says the blockade started on a personal level mainly by the rulers of the UAE and Saudi Arabia and Qatar handled it very well.
Yemen's Iranian-aligned Houthi movement said on Thursday it had attacked Abu Dhabi airport in the United Arab Emirates with a drone, though it was not immediately clear if there was any damage or casualties.
The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has renewed its call to Qatari people who want to go to the UAE in order to rejoin their families, complete their education, obtain their records, access their property, or those who want to resort to UAE courts, to reach out to the committee.
Qatar does not intend to escalate the crisis with United Arab Emirates, but it is important for the country to resort to legal means to redress the harm inflicted on its citizens because of the procedures taken by the UAE
The statement issued by the UAE foreign ministry confirmed that the UAE authorities continue to procrastinate and mislead the international community.
Doha is appealing to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to order emergency measures to lift restrictions imposed on Qataris in June 2017 by Abu Dhabi.