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Timeline: Arab rift with Qatar

21 November 2017: The Qatar Emir’s brother arrives in Kuwait to deliver a verbal message to the Emir

08 November 2017: Leaked emails show that an influential billionaire pro-Israeli couple offered to fund a former Al Jazeera journalist’s lawsuit against the network for over $100 million

08 November 2017: Qatar inaugurates its Military Attache headquarters in Kuwait

07 November 2017: The UAE releases a song called ‘Tell Qatar’, a collaboration between a number of high profile Emirati artists and those who live in the country

01 November 2017: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warns that the continuing diplomatic crisis in the Gulf region could weaken the GCC’s economic growth

01 November 2017: Bahrain accuses imprisoned Shia leader, Sheikh Ali Salman, of communicating with Qatar regarding potential hostile acts in the Kingdom

01 November 2017: Leaked emails by UAE’s Ambassador to the US Yousef Al-Otaiba show that the Gulf state was concerned about the BDS campaign and Qatar’s support for it in the months prior to the start of the Gulf crisis

30 October 2017: Turkish exports to Qatar witnessed a rise by 90 per cent over the last four months from June to September following the embargo imposed by some countries on Doha, according to the Aegean Exporters’ Association (EIB)

30 October 2017: Bahrain calls for Qatar’s membership to the GCC to be frozen until it responds to the demands of the boycotting countries. Manama says it will not attend any summit which Doha is taking part in

30 October 2017: Emir of Qatar Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani stressed that the country’s sovereignty is a red line, adding that Doha will not accept anyone interfering in it adding that the blockading countries fear free speech as they see it ‘as a threat to them’

25 October 2017: Qatar approves a new bill that will implement measures supporting and protecting the two million foreign workers residing in the country, including introducing a minimum wage

25 October 2017: Speaking at a parliamentary session, Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah warned that the Gulf crisis between Qatar and the five rival countries may escalate and could lead the GCC to collapse

24 October 2017: Speaking at a business conference in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain’s Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Zayed Al-Zayani says ‘the issue we have with Qatar is not something of a long-term nature’

19 October 2017: Former Sudanese president, Abdel Rahman Swar Al-Dahab says he does ‘not think that there was a convincing reason for this crisis at all…. It must be contained as soon as possible’

16 October 2017: Qatar’s National Committee for Human Rights has received 2,084 complaints from residents and 3,600 complaints from citizens regarding violations caused by the blockade imposed on Qatar, ‘most notably the right to family reunification’

03 October 2017: Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani receives his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Jawad Zarif in Doha, in the first meeting of senior officials from the two countries since the start of the Gulf rift

03 October 2017: Somalia receives $50 million in new aid from Saudi Arabia but says this will not alter its neutral stance in the Gulf rift with Qatar

01 October 2017: Qatar Airways announces that it has purchased a 49 per cent stake in AQA Holding, the new parent company of the second largest airline in Italy, Meridiana

28 September 2017: Qatar stresses that it will not extradite preacher Yusuf Al-Qaradawi who is wanted in Egypt and that it has no plans to leave the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)

Image of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi [file photo]

Image of Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi [file photo]

28 September 2017: Al Jazeera launches new Instagram channel after it’s Snapchat accounts are blocked in boycotting countries

18 September 2017: Qatar’s Prime Minister, Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Thani, meets with the Iranian and Pakistani ambassadors to boost cooperation between the three countries

18 September 2017: Somalia joins Saudi Arabia and the UAE in their blockage of Qatar. President Sharif Hasan says this is because of the ‘historical relationship as well as the strategic partnership we have with Saudi Arabia and the UAE’

18 September 2017: Al Jazeera Media Network’s denounced Snapchat’s decision to pull the plug on its channel at the request of the Saudi government. The social media giant’s ‘alarming’ move sent a message that countries could silence dissenting views by pressuring social media and content distribution companies, Al-Jazeera says

17 September 2017: The Jerusalem Post reports that Bahrain’s King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa says he is tired of the Arab world’s boycott of Israel

17 September 2017: Qatar and the UK announce that they have signed a defence contract which will see Britain supply Doha with 24 Typhoon fighter jets

12 September 2017: Businessmen in Qatar call for products from consumers to purchase local produce and boycott countries which have cut relations with Doha

10 September 2017: Qatar Ports Management Company will announce 13 new shipping lines, including five lines in the coming days and eight on 15 October, the country’s minister of transport announces

7 September 2017: Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al Sabah partakes in his first official visit with US President Donald Trump since the latter took office earlier this year. During the meeting they are set to discuss the Arab crisis and boycott of Qatar

5 September 2017: Members of the UAE’s football team remove Qatar beIn Sport’s microphone during a press conference

4 September 2017: Qatar announces that it has opened a land and sea cargo line with Iran and Turkey. This will reduce cargo shipping costs by 80%

4 September 2017: Saudi Arabia’s Rotana record company releases a song called ‘Teach Qatar’ which is a collaboration between a number of high profile Saudi artists and those who live in the country

l-Jazeera journalist, Elias Karram [Image: Al Jazeera]

30 August 2017: Israel’s Government Press Office backtracks on its decision and will not revoke the press card of Al Jazeera reporter Elias Karram

24 August 2017: Qatari media releases report revealing that 1,100 anti-Qatar propoganda pieces have been published by the blockade countries

23 August 2017: Qatar announces that its ambassador is to return to Iran more than 20 months after he was recalled in protest over the ransacking of Saudi Arabia’s missions in Tehran by demonstrators angry at Riyadh’s execution of Shia Muslim cleric Nimr Al-Nimr

22 August 2017: Qatar slams Saudi as despite granting Qatari pilgrims the rite of Hajj, they are only permitted to use Saudi airlines

17 August 2017: GCC cancel Gulf volleyball championship as they were to be hosted by Qatar

17 August 2017: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman offers to host Qatari pilgrims at his expense

17 August 2017: Qatar welcomes Saudi decision to open borders to pilgrims

16 August 2017: Qatar slams GCC decision to cancel Gulf volleyball championship which was due to be hosted in Doha

16 August 2017: Saudi Arabia to open Salwa border point to Qatari pilgrims for Hajj

16 August 2017: Saudi state TV sparks outrage after producing a video saying it can ‘shoot down Qatari passenger flights’

09 August 2017: UAE, Bahrain open flight corridors for Qatar Airways

08 August 2017: Former Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Salah Omar Al-Ali says ‘the fundamental reason for [the] siege [on Qatar] is Al Jazeera and not terrorism’

06 August 2017: Israel’s Communications Minister Ayoub Kara announces plans to join forces with Gulf states and revoke the media credentials of Al Jazeera TV journalists and pull the Qatar-based station’s broadcasts from local cable and satellite providers

02 August 2017: Qatar announces that it plans to allow some expatriates to obtain permanent residency, state news agency QNA reported

01 August 2017: Turkey and Qatar sign a memorandum of understanding to strengthen cooperation in the agriculture and livestock sectors

31 July 2017: The International Civil Aviation Organisation, a UN agency, holds an extraordinary, ministerial level session following a request by Qatar as a result of the air blockade imposed by the boycotting countries

31 July 2017: Qatar filed a wide-ranging legal complaint at the World Trade Organisation to challenge a trade boycott by Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates, Qatar’s WTO representative Ali Alwaleed Al-Thani told Reuters

31 July 2017: Qatar slams ‘false’ reports from Saudi that it is preventing its citizens from completing pilgrimage this year

31 July 2017: Qatar is trying to politicise the Hajj pilgrimage according to Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir

29 July 2017: The UAE wants secular governments in the Middle East so Qatar has to stop supporting Islamists if it wants an end to the blockade, the Emirate’s US Ambassador to the US Yousef Al-Otaiba said in the TV interview

26 July 2017: The UAE will import the country’s first oil cargo from the United States, in an effort to find substitutes for the Qatar condensate supplies as a result of the current Gulf crisis

24 July 2017: Italy welcomes the new Qatari amendments to the laws on combating terrorism

23 July 2017: UK says it welcomes Qatar’s pledges to combat terrorism and terror financing

22 July 2017: Saudi Arabia pays $138,000 for anti-Qatar adverts to be aired in the US in an attempt to alter public opinion

20 July 2017: A report by the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) says the rights of Qatari investors are being violated by the UAE

21 July 2017: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson praises Qatar’s fight against terrorism and calls on the boycotting countries to lift the siege on Doha

21 July 2017: UAE welcomes Qatar’s decision to amend its anti-terrorism laws

20 July 2017: Qatar amends its anti-terrorism laws a week after Doha signed an accord with the United States to bolster measures aimed at curbing terrorism financing

19 July 2017: Gulf boycott countries abandon their 13 demands in favour of six principles in order to end the crisis with Qatar

17 July 2017: Qatar vows to sue the UAE after US intelligence reveals the Emirates was behind the hacking of the Qatar News Agency

17 July 2017: UAE denies reports it orchestrated the hacking of the Qatar News Agency

16 July 2017: US intelligence agencies have confirmed that the United Arab Emirates orchestrated the hacking of Qatar News Agency in May, which led to the isolation of Qatar

17 July 2017: Qatar felt ‘obliged’ to join the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, but its troops only patrolled the Saudi-Yemen borders and did not partake in any strikes in Yemen

17 July 2017: Egypt ends visa-free travel for Qatari nationals, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry announces

Egyptian visa [Georgia Popplewell/Flickr]

Egyptian visa [Georgia Popplewell/Flickr]

14 July 2017: Demands set in order for relations with Qatar to be reinstated are ‘unacceptable’, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says. ‘The Gulf demands violate sovereignty’

11 July 2017: The United States and Qatar signed an agreement aimed at combating the financing of terrorism during a visit by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to the region

10 July 2017: Saudi Arabia allows the Qatari officials who used to serve in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)’s Secretariat General to return to the Kingdom

10 July 2017: Qatar announces that it will seek compensation from boycotting countries, setting up a Compensation Committee to look into the matter

9 July 2017: News reports reveal that Saudi Arabia tried to pressure Iraq to join the boycott of Qatar

7 July 2017: UAE Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum ignores the boycott and dines in the Qatar-owned Harrods in London, UK

7 July 2017: Egyptian channel Tahrir TV calls for Qatar to pay $100 billion in compensation for damages caused to the north African state over the past six years as a result of its ‘funding for terror’

6 July 2017: The US says it is ‘increasingly concerned’ that the dispute between the Gulf states ‘could possibly even intensify’

6 July 2017: German intelligence will work with Qatar to resolve accusations by Gulf states

6 July 2017: Four boycotting states saying initial demands they set for Qatar are now void and that they would take political, economic and legal steps against Doha

6 July 2017: US lifts laptop ban on Qatar Airways flights

5 July 2017: After receiving Qatar’s reply to their demands, boycotting states from no solution to the crisis

5 July 2017: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sets a condition for his troops to leave Qatar. ‘If it [Qatar] requests us to leave, we will not stay where we are not wanted,’ he said

4 July 2017: Kuwaiti sources reveal Qatar’s response to the list of demands saying Doha has agreed to reduce its relations with Iran ‘if all the Gulf countries commit to doing so’

4 July 2017: Qatar announces that it is increasing gas output by 30%

3 July 2017: Qatar responds to the Gulf states’ demands in a letter delivered to the Kuwaiti emir who has been mediating between the two sides

3 July 2017: German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel begins tour of Gulf states in an effort to calm tensions

2 July 2017: Vice President of the World Union of Muslim Scholars, Ahmad Al-Raysouni, tells Al Jazeera that attempts to force Muslim scholars to join the boycott of Qatar amounts to ‘intellectual terrorism’

2 July 2017: Saudi Arabia and its allies give Qatar a further 48 hours to respond to their demands

27 June 2017: Qatar Chamber of Commerce announces that any goods originating in the countries currently boycotting the Gulf State will be rejected

27 June 2017: Kuwait bans religious leaders which were included on a list of terrorists – as designated by Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt – from entering its territory

26 June 2017: Leaked documents show that the UAE had asked the US to bomb Al Jazeera’s headquarters during the war on Afghanistan

26 June 2017: Iran urges Europe to promote dialogues to resolve the Gulf dispute

26 June 2017: Chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee said he would block arms sales to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other members of the GCC pending progress in resolving a simmering dispute with Qatar

25 June 2017: Turkey says demands by Saudi Arabia and three other nations are ‘an attack to Qatar’s sovereignty right’

24 June 2017: Qatar says demands made by Saudi and the UAE to end the Gulf rift are not realistic and are ‘unacceptable’

22 June 2017: A list of 13 demands are handed to Qatar in order for the boycott to end and negotiations to begin. They include shutting down Al Jazeera and a number of other news sites, and handing over members of the Muslim Brotherhood

20 June 2017: US says it is ‘mystified’ by the actions of Saudi Arabia and the UAE against Qatar as no demands have yet been made

19 June 2017: Qatar expels Yemeni diplomats giving them 48 hours to leave the country

19 June 2017: UAE says the isolation of Qatar ‘may last many years’

19 June 2017: Qatar says it will not negotiate until the siege on it is lifted

19 June 2017: The state-run Qatar News Agency (QNA) assigned the London-based law firm Carter-Ruck to file an official complaint with Ofcom, UK’s broadcasting and communications regulator, against the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya news channel and Sky News Arabia for ‘violating impartiality code and accuracy in news’ sourcing’

19 June 2017Al Jazeera reports that Turkish troops arrived in Qatar

19 June 2017: Sheikh Saif Bin Ahmed Al-Thani, director of Qatar’s Government Communications Office, calls the boycott of the Gulf state a ‘publicity stunt’ aimed solely at attacking Doha’s image and reputation

18 June 2017: Bahrain gives Qatari troops 48 hours to leave its territory. The soldiers formed part of the US Naval Forces Central Command (Navcent) which is headquartered in Bahrain.

17 June 2017: Qatar denies allegations that it tried to ‘overthrow’ the Bahraini government

16 June 2017: The Bahrain News Agency broadcasts a phone call allegedly between a senior Qatari official and an opposition figure in Manama which it says proves Doha is meddling with Bahrain’s internal affairs with the aim of ‘overthrowing’ the regime

16 June 2017: Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain affirm that their recent moves to diplomatically isolate Qatar are within their rights to protect their ‘national security’.

14 June 2017: Israeli Defence Minister Avigdore Lieberman calls for Al Jazeera‘s offices to be closed

14 June 2017: Qatar and the US sign a $12 billion deal which will see the Gulf state buying US F-15 fighter jets

13 June 2017: Iran announces that Qatar Airways will run 300 additional flights through its airspace everyday

13 June 2017: Egypt seeks help from Interpol to arrest 30 ‘terrorists’ living in Qatar

12 June 2017: Somali President, Mohammed Abdullah Farmajo, refuses $80 million offered to him by Saudi Arabia to partake in the boycott of Qatar

12 June 2017: The International Football Association (FIFA) chief says the Gulf crisis will not affect the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

11 June 2017: Bahrain’s central bank ordered banks operating in the kingdom to freeze assets and bank accounts of the Qatar-linked 59 individuals and 12 entities that a group of Saudi-led Arab countries have accused of links to terrorism

11 June 2017: Iran reveals that it has sent four cargo planes of food to Qatar and plans to provide 100 tonnes of fruit and vegetable every day

Customers are seen shopping at Al Meera market in Doha, Qatar on 9 June 2017 [Mohamed Farag/Anadolu Agency]

Customers are seen shopping at Al Meera market in Doha, Qatar on 9 June 2017 [Mohamed Farag/Anadolu Agency]

11 June 2017: Qatar hires John Ashcroft, the US attorney general during the September 11 attacks, in an effort to confirm its efforts to fight global terrorism and comply with financial regulations including US Treasury rules

10 June 2017: Niger recalls its ambassador to Qatar

10 June 2017: Qatari groups threaten to take legal action against a number of Gulf states that have issued a blockade against the country.

9 June 2017: Saudi Arabia threatens hotels and tourism centres with $27,000 fines if they air Al Jazeera

9 June 2017: The Saudi-backed Muslim World League announces the suspension of Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradawi’s membership in its Islamic Fiqh Academy.

9 June 2017: Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt release a list of people and organisations with alleged links to Qatar which they designate as ‘terrorists’, including Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yousef Al-Qaradawi

8 June 2017: Qatari forces deployed in Yemen return home

7 June 2017: Senegal expresses its ‘active solidarity’ with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and cuts ties with Qatar

7 June 2017: Abu Dhabi petroleum port authorities ease restrictions on oil tankers going to and from Qatar

7 June 2017: US President Donald Trump offers to help resolve a worsening diplomatic crisis between Qatar and other Arab powers

7 June 2017: UAE suggests placing an embargo on Qatar if it fails to meet the demands of its fellow Gulf states

7 June 2017: Turkey passes bill approving deployment of troops to Qatar

7 June 2017: The Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas both reject claims by Saudi Arabia that they are ‘terrorist organisations’

7 June 2017: Qatar begins using Somali airspace after Saudi Arabia and other neighbouring countries ban its national carrier, Qatar Airways

7 June 2017: The Wall Street Journal has reported that the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC received nearly $270,000 as part of the Saudi government’s payments to lobby groups which work to further Riyadh’s interests in the United States

7 June 2017: FBI announces that Russian hackers may have planted the fake story which started the diplomatic row within the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC)

7 June 2017: Qatar begins talks with Iran and Turkey to supply food following the blockade imposed on it by its neighbours

6 June 2017: Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister, Adel Al-Jubeir, says Qatar must end its support for Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood to restore ties with other Arab states

6 June 2017: International Union of Muslim Scholars declares the siege on Qatar is ‘haram’

6 June 2017: UAE threatens those who express support to Qatar with up to 15 year in jail and $13,500 fines

6 June 2017: Mauritania and Gabon severe ties with Qatar

6 June 2017: Jordan downgrades its diplomatic relations with Qatar

6 June 2017: US President Donald Trump tweets support for the isolation of Qatar by its neighbours

6 June 2017: Qatar seeks Kuwaiti mediation after Arab rift. Kuwait’s emir had an important role in a previous Gulf spat in 2014

5 June 2017: For the first time in history, a Saudi journalist is interviewed on Israeli TV and says: ‘There is no place for Hamas in the Middle East’

5 June 2017: Saudi Arabia shuts Qatar-based Al Jazeera channel’s office in the kingdom

5 June 2017: The eastern Libyan government of Khalifa Haftar, which is heavily backed by the UAE, cuts ties with Qatar. The Maldives and Mauritius also joined the action

5 June 2017:  The Yemeni government of President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi severs ties with Qatar. The Saudi-led coalition has been fighting to restore his power over the country since 2015

5 June 2017: Qatar says it is the victim of ‘incitement… based on lies’

5 June 2017: Saudi expels Qatar from its coalition leading the war on Yemen

5 June 2017: Bahrain, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt announce they will sever ties with Qatar. Qatari diplomats are given 48 hours to return to their country while Qatari nationals and visitors are told to pack up and leave within two weeks

3 June 2017: UAE ambassador to the US Yousef Al-Otaiba’s email account is hacked revealing links between Otaiba and a pro-Israel think-tank in Washington. The official is found to be urging the US to move its military base out of Qatar which he says sponsors ‘terrorism’

24 May 2017: Saudi, Egypt and UAE block sites belonging to Qatar including Al Jazeera

24 May 2017: Qatari News Agency hacked and remarks attributed to Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani published which criticise US foreign policy

April 2017: Qatar and Iran begin development of the world’s biggest natural gas field

5 December 2016: Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud arrives in Doha in an attempt to strengthen ties between the two countries

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz (L) is welcomed by Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani (R) in Doha, Qatar on 5 December 2016 [Bandar Algaloud/ Saudi Kingdom/ Handout/Anadolu Agency]

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz (L) is welcomed by Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani (R) in Doha, Qatar on 5 December 2016 [Bandar Algaloud/ Saudi Kingdom/ Handout/Anadolu Agency]

May 2015: Egypt requests Qatar extradite Sheikh Yousef Al-Qaradawi who is affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood

March 2015: Qatar joins military intervention launched by Saudi Arabia in Yemen to reinstate President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and push back military advancements from the Iranian-backed Houthi group.

September 2015: Qatar deploys 1,000 ground troops to fight in Yemen, including 200 armoured vehicles, and 30 Apache helicopters to Maarib province

November 2014: UAE publishes list of outlawed ‘terrorist groups’ which includes the Muslim Brotherhood

November 2014: UAE, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia return their ambassadors to Qatar

September 2014: Leaks emerge that Qatar is asking leaders of Hamas to leave the country. Hamas denies the claims

May 2014: The UAE backs a single by Emirati singer Hussain Al-Jasmi calling on Egyptians to go out and vote for former Defence Minister and coup leader, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi

March 2014: Qatari citizen Mahmoud Al-Jaidah sentenced to seven years in prison in the UAE on the accusation that he supports Al-Islah, who Emirati prosecutors see as a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood

March 2014: Saudi, UAE and Bahrain withdraw Qatar envoys claiming Doha interferes in the internal affairs of other states

December 2013: 3 journalists working for the Qatari-based Al Jazeera news channel are taken into custody by Egyptian security forces accused of reporting false news which was ‘damaging to national security’

3 July 2013: Morsi is ousted in a military coup

October 2012: Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani becomes first Arab leader in years to visit the Gaza Strip

June 2012: Muslim Brotherhood member Mohamed Morsi is sworn in as president of Egypt

Egyptians gather to protest their support for Mohammed Morsi on 15 February 2016 [file photo]

Egyptians gather to protest their support for Mohammed Morsi on 15 February 2016 [file photo]

May 2012: Egypt holds its first free elections

February 2012: Hamas leadership relocates to Qatar and Egypt due to the unrest in Syria

April 2011: Qatar hosts meeting of international contact group on Libya, which calls on Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to step down

March 2011: Qatar joins a NATO-led coalition in Libya

March 2011: Syrians take to the streets to call for the ouster of President Bashar Al-Assad

February 2011: Bahrain’s Sunni government violently cracks down on Shia protests which it says are backed by Iran

February 2011: Egypt’s Mubarak steps down, handing over power to the military. Qatar and its fellow Gulf states are seen to be backing different parties in the unrest

January 2011: A revolution begins in Egypt to oust long-standing dictator Hosni Mubarak

December 2010: Tunisian revolution to end the rule of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, sparking the Arab Spring

Image of the Tunisian Revolution that took place in January 2011 [Chris Belsten/Flickr]

Image of the Tunisian Revolution that took place in January 2011 [Chris Belsten/Flickr]

March 2009: 17 countries join an Arab Summit in Doha, Qatar, following the Israeli war on Gaza. Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the Palestinian Authority boycotted the conference

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