The small wealthy nation of Qatar is once again in international news. First, they accepted Taliban prisoners from Barack Obama in exchange for an American traitor. Qatar promised to prevent the 5 terrorists from being allowed to return to terrorism, but it didn’t take long for some of them to do just that. Now, Qatar has been accused of aiding Islamic terrorist, even though they deny the accusations. As a result, a number of Muslim nations in the region are severing ties with Qatar.
Qatari planes are to be banned from Egyptian and Saudi air space, as a growing diplomatic row in the Gulf threatens large-scale air disruption.
Several countries have cut ties with the tiny Gulf state over accusations of supporting extremism in the region.
Air, land and sea links have been halted to the country from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain.
Qatar denies backing militants, including so-called Islamic State (IS), and said the move was “unjustified”…
It’s ironic since countries like Sadia Arabia and Egypt have taken action to shut-off Qatar over terrorism when so many Islamic terrorists, like those involved in the 9/11 attacks came from those countries, especially from Sadia Arabia. Is this just a public gesture to appease the rest of the world or are these nations really serious about their stance to stop terrorism? The world will be watching.