Friday’s protests raises concerns of the Qatari regime


Fri, 13 Oct 2017 - 02:20 GMT

Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani - File Photo

Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani - File Photo

Cairo – 13 October 2017: The Qatari opposition called for protests across the country on Friday, through their media mouthpiece on social networks.

Qatar, boycotted by four Arab countries over funding terrorism, is witnessing internal political struggles.

The Qatari Opposition tweeted on Wednesday “we will continue calling for change and resistance against the Qatari tyrants who should face a fair trial in front of the Qatari people”

Accoring to Al Arabya, a professor at Qatar University Mohamed al Mossafer, said during an interview with the official Qatari television that if one thousand or twenty thousand protested, “a toxic bomb can kill them all.”

He added that the world has changed and tanks and bomb have replaced knives and tribes, and those who oppose the regime should distance themselves from tribal affiliations.

Qatari TV didn’t provide any apology for these statements, and the anchor is seen nodding affirmatively to his statement, Al Arabya claimed.



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