Gulf countries’ problem with Qatar began when Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa assumed power, and it can end by actually – and not formally – keeping him away from governance.
Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa attained power after he staged a coup against his father, exiled him and seized his money. The first phase of his rule was marked with insecurity as he was afraid of the reaction of the small circle surrounding him after he isolated and exiled his father.
The solution is in Sheikh Tamim’s hands as he alone can save Qatar. Our role is to encourage him, open the door for him and help him to seriously take matters into his own handsSawsan Al Shaer