Qatari emir meets Turkish president in Ankara amid Gulf diplomatic rift

Qatari emir meets Turkish president in Ankara amid Gulf diplomatic rift

During the meeting, which was held at the Presidential Palace in the Turkish capital, the Emir and Erdogan reviewed the close relations and prospects for their development in various fields to serve the common interests of the two friendly countries and peoples.

The latest reports indicate that Turkey's exports to Qatar hiked to $165 million in the past three months, with a remarkable surge of 84 percent year on year.

He added that such contradictions highlight the dual speech, one for internal consumption and a second for the worldwide public to mask the real causes of the crisis which is supporting terrorism and financing terrorist organizations.

Israeli sources stated that this campaign is opposed by several US Jewish far right leaders especially the Zionist Organization of America and its leader Mort Klein who refused to meet with the Qataris.

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He added that in response to the Qatari delegate statement and what Jean Ziegler, the member of the Advisory Committee pointed out, the anti-terror states reaffirm that the measures taken are legitimate, and caused by Qatar's irresponsible actions of supporting, funding and harboring terrorism and terrorists, prompting the countries to make their decision to boycott. "They need to change the format of Al Jazeera, their TV station, which incites against Israel".

"Even the animals were not spared, you sent them out savagely", Muraikhi said, referring to the thousands of camels left stranded on the border between Qatar and Saudi Arabia after borders were closed.

Meanwhile, an advertisement placed by another Jewish organization in the New York Times last weekend warned that "those involved in efforts to rehabilitate and legitimize Qatar will bring shame to themselves and ruin to countless more victims".

Sheikh Tamim meets with Donald Trump in Riyadh in May. Muzin is known for his strong ties with Republican Senator Ted Cruz. Muzin's firm Stonington Strategies announced the initiative last week, with Muzin saying he believed that the Qataris were "sincere" in their desire to improve relations with "the US and the Jewish community worldwide".