Saudi and Qatar’s Rift is Deep Rooted and crisis unlikely to be solved

Saudi Crown Prince and FM Saud al FaisalJNN 27 Mar 2014 Doha : The political crisis between Saudi Arabia and Qatar is unlikely to be contained unless Doha changes its policy, Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal said in remarks published on Tuesday.

Faisal told pan-Arab Al-Hayat newspaper that the crisis is unlikely to be solved “as long as Doha does not alter its policy.”

The minister added, in response to a question from the newspaper, that there will be “no American mediation to put an end to the crisis.”

U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to visit Riyadh at the end of March.

Faisal, however, said that “if Qatar, which caused the crisis, revises its policy, there will be a breakthrough.”

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain withdrew their ambassadors from Qatar earlier this month in an unprecedented split between the Persian Gulf Arab allies who have fallen out over political violence shaking the Middle East.

The three states are angry at Qatar’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist movement whose ideology challenges the principle of conservative dynastic rule long dominant in the Persian Gulf.

Saudi Arabia has also demanded that Doha shut down the Qatari-owned television station Al Jazeera, an informed source said.

Riyadh also called for the closure of two think-tanks based in Qatar, the Brookings Doha Center and the Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies.

As suggested by the US and the Western Think Tanks that the Middle Eastern Monarchies are about the End ,and in case the Monarchies end Without , any substitute and alternate force which Guards the Interest of the US and West , then again it will be another fiasco for them , sAme like Iran , which was a Strong US and Western Ally in the Shah Regime ,But due to its abrupt end and at the same time in the absence of any alternate force , which can safe Guard the Interest of the West and US , It will be a Major disaster for them , same as the Irani Revolution , led by Ayatollah Khomeni ,

So The West Want to Replace the Dyeing Dictatorships / Monarchies of the Middle East , with their so called Democracies , and in this Effort as Qatar has given its full assurance and support to the US , But The Saudi , UAE , Bahrain and some other Persian Gulf Monarchies , are in Odds with the idea of Liberalization in the name of Democracies , as they are well aware of the fact that the cost for Liberalization will Lead to the End of their Authoritarian Rule , where they are absolute authority , and are not ready to share even a droplet of their Huge Empire , which they have Made by looting the National Wealth of their Nation, in which the Majority of the Populations , Live in conditions which are not even acceptable for animals.

The West has already experienced the same Plot , as Most of the European Nations are still Kingdoms , but the Most of the Monarchies of the West has accepted to switch their Kingdoms into Constitutional Monarchies , and their Countries are now Govern by the Democratic Rules ,while their Kings & Queens are still their Constitutional Head , but have no say in the Government Current affairs .

Now as the Revolution is quite eminent in the Middle Eastern & Persian Gulf Countries , but the Only thing which is to be taken care of , is that these revolutions are not being Hi Jacked by the West for their Interest in the Regions and are in the Best Interest of the suffering Population of these countries ,and Not in the case of Latest Revolutions in the Egypt , Tunisia , and Yemen .

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