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Despite all the losses suffered by Qatar, both government and people, in the various economic sectors due to the wrong policies adopted by the regime there, the symbols of this regime continue to be adopting these policies and dragging the country into more crises and problems, unaware of the dangers and threats posed by these policies to the Qatari national security and the future of the country.

The regime’s wrong policies have taken Qatar to the early stages of Somalization as it has become a hotbed for threats and conspiracies against Arab states by following the Iranian and Ikhwani orders after the regime losing the ability to make sovereign decisions of abandoning those terrorist policies and returning to the Gulf and Arab ranks. All the developments and current events are going against the Qatari interests while Doha is still subjected to systematic depletion by symbols of the regime, and no solutions looming in the horizon that herald Qatar’s compliance to Arab demands and its return to the Arab unity as long as governed by this regime, which has become a tool for Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood.

As for the economic situation, Qatar’s fund and resources are currently under a systematic exhaustion and the financial problems in the country are on the rise. on the social level, there is a strong public resentment as conditions have generally deteriorate, especially in terms of the lack of confidence and stability in workplaces as everyone in Qatar is now concerned about the fate of the country and what would happen if the situation deteriorated more and the country’s economy collapsed, and people lost their jobs and investments for ever.

What is mostly noticeable among the people in Qatar is the absence of confidence in the country and the lack of and stability where there are more people now thinking of leaving the country and going somewhere more stable where they can work and invest. This phenomenon has begun to spread widely in social media where expressing fears has become more clear and apparent and daily routine for Qataris. This prompted the authorities in Doha to spread propaganda of Qatar’s ability to withstand all pressures by giving the examples of supporting other countries such as Turkey and Jordan, which everyone knows that was a failed plan to support the Muslim Brotherhood in these two countries.

The Qatari authorities’ concerns about an internal explosion have begun to increase, despite the tightening security controls on the media and social networks, and the arrest of many activists and other ordinary people who have tried to give a true and accurate picture of the internal situation in Qatar. However, the authorities are no longer able to deceive foreign investors, control domestic markets or stop capital flight and investment, thus squeezing the country from all sides, an international isolation and internal crises!

These signs of dissatisfaction are beginning to make their way into tribes with considerable influence in the Qatari community, as well as figures and symbols of political, military and security leadership. Some tribes have already begun to show dissatisfaction and discontent with the regime’s policies. The developments in Qatar’s internal affairs confirm that the tribes that reject the policies of the regime are increasing in the Qatari interior and several tribes will openly reject these policies and will call on the need to return the country to the Arab ranks and stop its conspiracies with Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood.

This may be one of the most serious internal crises that the regime may face after the financial and economic crises that have plagued the country amid the authorities’ silence. This raises concerns about the regime’s ways of handling any possible uprising which might be repressive and led by Iranian and Ikhwani security officials who might commit heinous crimes and violations of human rights against the Qatari people and tribes opposed to the rule of the regime.

Al Mezmaah Studies & Research Centre

18 September  2018


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