They are shocked, and not only because of the firm stand by the boycotting countries, but also because of the wide reaction of the Gulf people which supported the boycott, if one goes by what is being said and written and published through the mainstream media and through social media.
What the brothers in Qatar say is that this is “jealousy and hatred” of the ruling families in the Gulf over the al-Thani family because of the success in development they achieved in Qatar and that there is a desire to bring down Qatar’s “ambition” in “leadership” and “independence”.
The Qataris believe that those who mobilize Arab, international and Gulf public opinion are a media group that has been pushed by the regimes to launch a campaign of “false fabrications” against Qatar.
The shock pushed them to line up behind their leadership and defend them out of a sense of threat of security and stability that the people of Qatar have never experienced before.
The sense of fear for the state and its fall, which they feel now, was a sense inherent to the peoples of the boycotting countries. It was not a feeling of authority confined to the Gulf leaders and regimes. It was a feeling experienced by the peoples of the boycotted countries. Its daily meal, especially in recent years, and the reason is the leadership of Qatar and specifically the Father Prince.
Horror perpetrated in Bahrain
Even the Arab peoples hoped that this day would never come, when they have to face Qatar as a country and this confrontation would harm the people who are also responsible for what their leadership is doing. But we have had enough, and the perils that have risen due to the continuation of the Qatari project to bring down the Arab countries. We wish our Qatari brothers to excuse us. We have only just started!Sawsan Al Shaer