Groups, organizations and States think differently. Presidents and leaders of countries do not reason like managers of terrorist organizations. The Qatari leadership ignores this difference for self- and tactical interests at the expense of the strategic interests of the Qatari people.

 

The leaders of militias plot against other militias and countries. The leaders of States clearly act to protect their strategic interests and defend their peoples' interests. This is an inherent right guaranteed by international charters and laws. Literature and studies on proactive military measures provide efficient means to defend the interests of States and peoples whenever they are threatened.

 This was the case when the Saudi-led Arab bloc tried to stop the threat of the Houthi and the supporters of the ousted Saleh in Yemen. The campaign of Decisive Storm was carried out with international support to defend the Yemeni people and protect the national security of the Gulf against the conspiracies of Iran's agents.

 The Qatari leadership seems to have become influenced by a large number of terrorist militia leaders. Qatar relies on covert operations and plots that they are conducting in the dark against the neighbouring countries, while they pretend otherwise through Al-Jazeera channels.

 The militias have become a regional ghost that the Qatari regime has conjured in the past years, causing chaos and unrest in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Egypt and Libya. Uncovering the secrets and taking the American cover off the Qatari regime will contribute to exposing more crimes and secrets about the involvement of this regime in spreading terrorism in various regions and countries of the world.

 It is possible that terrorism will seek out new sponsors and financiers, and continue to extort the current Qatari regime. In all cases, the Qatari leadership thought that supporting terrorism would pass unnoticed and that hiding behind Al-Jazeera cameras could provide eternal immunity to this miserable regime.

 The Emir of Qatar cannot turn against the leaders of terrorism. He is fully aware that his fate is in the hands of these criminals and that the future of his reign depends on their continuous support.

 It is not reasonable for a head of State to have the same strategy as that of gangs and militias’ leaders. History is full of examples of presidents with such way of thinking, such as Gaddafi and Saddam. Ali Abdullah Saleh, who moved from his presidential position to be a leader of a gang, seems to think that there is no difference between his previous position and his current role.

 These are examples of leaders who have brought disaster to their people. The Qatari people is facing a difficult fate because of his leadership, which has not considered his interests and allied with leaders of terrorism to re-engineer the geopolitical situation in the Middle East.

 This is an illogical policy that ended up putting Qatar’s fate in the hands of these criminals, for whom Prince Tamim cares more than he does for the interests of his people. Will Qatar remain captive to this way of thinking, which has been affected by a strategic blindness that prevents it from seeing the interests of its people and State, and go behind false illusions of leadership and heroism?

 Sooner or later, Tamim will join the historically failed leaders, but the resulting cracks in the Gulf body may not easily be forgotten. Tamim has committed crimes, which cannot be ignored, against the peoples of the GCC countries, destroying the dream of becoming a union one day. Dreams remain in the minds of the peoples and do not disappear with the fall of the plotters. Our six countries are united and will remain so and the Qataris will soon return home, to their brothers in the GCC.