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    list of demands from qatar from their masters to be

    this is basically a cease and desist order.
    wonder what happens to wc 2022 now if qatar closes shop!
    they got 10 days to say yes.
    shotgun wedding arab style.

    Kuwait has presented Qatar a list of demands from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt, the four Arab nations that cut ties with Qatar in early June.
    Here’s the demands:
    1. Curb diplomatic ties with Iran and close its diplomatic missions there. Expel members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard from Qatar and cut off any joint military cooperation with Iran. Only trade and commerce with Iran that complies with US and international sanctions will be permitted.

    2. Sever all ties to terrorist organisations, specifically the Muslim Brotherhood, ISIL, Al Qaeda, and Hizbollah. Formally declare those entities as terrorist groups.
    3. Shut down Al Jazeera and its affiliate stations.
    4. Shut down news outlets that Qatar funds, directly and indirectly, including Arabi21, Rassd, Al Araby Al Jadeed and Middle East Eye.
    5. Immediately terminate the Turkish military presence currently in Qatar and end any joint military cooperation with Turkey inside Qatar.

    6. Stop all means of funding for individuals, groups or organisations that have been designated as terrorists by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, the US and other countries.
    7. Hand over terrorist figures and wanted individuals from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain to their countries of origin. Freeze their assets, and provide any desired information about their residency, movements and finances.

    8. End interference in sovereign countries’ internal affairs. Stop granting citizenship to wanted nationals from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain. Revoke Qatari citizenship for existing nationals where such citizenship violates those countries’ laws.
    9. Stop all contacts with the political opposition in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain. Hand over all files detailing Qatar’s prior contacts with and support for those opposition groups.

    10. Pay reparations and compensation for loss of life and other, financial losses caused by Qatar’s policies in recent years. The sum will be determined in coordination with Qatar.
    11. Align itself with the other Gulf and Arab countries militarily, politically, socially and economically, as well as on economic matters, in line with an agreement reached with Saudi Arabia in 2014.
    12. Agree to all the demands within 10 days of it being submitted to Qatar, or the list becomes invalid. The document doesn’t specify what the countries will do if Qatar refuses to comply.

    13. Consent to monthly audits for the first year after agreeing to the demands, then once per quarter during the second year. For the following 10 years, Qatar would be monitored annually for compliance.

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    the bride to be is shy and has not said yes.
    so the deadline was extended by 48 hours.
    meanwhile france has taken a dump on the the
    semitic anti-iranian axis-of-evil by bringing the
    shy bride,iran,china and france into a giant
    multi billion euro gas deal.

    End Of Muslim Sunni/Shia Hostility: Qatar/Iran Alliance Brokered By France

    Economics and human practicality have finally triumphed over backwards superstition and religious dogma underlying the Sunni-Shia conflict, which has caused 100s of millions of unnecessary deaths, war, global terrorism, and destruction over the past few hundred years.

    In a hugely symbolic victory of sound economics and practicality triumphing over stupid, backwards and idiotic sectarian violence, religious, and ethnic discrimination, the French oil refining company Total has successfully brokered a joint oil drilling/natural gas development deal with Qatar (Sunni dominated) and Iran (Shia dominated) as joint partners.

    Only a few weeks ago, Saudi Arabia (source of Sunni aggression in the Middle East) and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”) issued a stern warning to Qatar not to get into bed, with or do business with Iran, a Shia-dominated country who have been mercilessly attacked, vilified, and isolated from the rest of the Middle East, Europe and United States at the behest of Saudi Arabia and its ally, Israel.

    The list of demands handed by Saudi Arabia and the GCC (backed by the US and Israel) to Qatar, given only 1 week to comply, was altogether unrealistic, ridiculous, over-arching, over-bearing, and all at once impossible to comply with (e.g., closing down the Al Jazeera News Network which is the only relatively free media operation in the Gulf State area).

    Now the Russian news outlet “Duran” reports in their new article “Qatar, Iran, a French gas company and one natural gas field” that Qatar and Iran have together openly flouted Saudi Arabia (and the rest of the GCC, U.S. and Europe) to work together in the spirit of economics, practicality, independence, individuality and mutual cooperation to develop energy together with a leading European nation, France, for the benefit of their respective nations.

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    the ceo of total is big burly man and ex-rubgy player.
    he can beat up trump like he does cnn in his fake clip.

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    qatar urinates on the #1 demand.

    Qatar Restores Full Relations With Iran, Deepening Gulf Feud

    LONDON — Qatar restored full diplomatic relations with Iran on Thursday, the latest volley in an 11-week-old geopolitical feud that has set the tiny yet fabulously wealthy Persian Gulf nation against its neighbors and rattled a previously placid part of the Middle East.

    Qatar’s Foreign Ministry announced that it was sending its ambassador back to Tehran after a 20-month hiatus that started in January 2016, when Qatar broke off relations after attacks on two Saudi diplomatic facilities in Iran.

    The Qataris gave no explanation for the sudden move. But the timing suggested a purposeful snub of Saudi Arabia, which along with three other countries began a punitive boycott of Qatar in June, accusing it of supporting terrorism and having a too-cozy relationship with Iran. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut their air and sea routes to Qatar, and closed its only land border, with Saudi Arabia.



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