Erdoğan, Qatari sheikh reiterate will to resolve Gulf crisis through diplomacy

Qatar said to be seeking meetings with US Jewish leaders

Ankara has built a military base in Qatar and reportedly already deployed around 200 troops there. "Three months later, Daniel fell victim to Qaradawi's ideas".

Obaid Al ZaabiHe further explained the contradictions in Qatar's narrative against the diplomatic ban " In our opinion, these contradictions, which always exist in Qatar's policies, reveal the double-standards of his speech, as Qatari officials have made a different speech for their own country, and another speech to mislead worldwide public opinion and hide the true causes of the crisis, while everyone knows that Qatar supports terrorism and funds terrorist organisations". "We have big trust in them, and will continue with these investments". They need to stop funding Hamas.

"If they did some of those things, at least started, I would be interested in meeting them", Klein said, adding they must provide first serious proof that they really are changing.

"The Emir is confident that he can buy a whole new image among American Jews even as he traffics in global antisemitism through Al Jazeera and grants sanctuary to mass murderers", the ad - sponsored by the World Values Network, a group headed by New York-based Rabbi Shmuley Boteach - declared.

In related news, US President Donald Trump resumed his calls to the region on Tuesday in a phone conversation with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed.

The Qatari emir and President Erdogan are expected to discuss the crisis with the Gulf states.

Al Zaabi said that the four countries welcome the convening of the panel and restate their condemnation of the imposition of coercive measures because they are contrary to global laws and represent violations of human rights.

"The emir typically meets only high-level government officials", Jonathan Schanzer - an expert on terrorism at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD) think tank in Washington, DC - told The Algemeiner on Wednesday.

Qatar hired Nick Muzin, a former deputy chief of staff to Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) who is well-versed in garnering support among pro-Israel circles, to manage its PR efforts.

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