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    After the Gulf states .. signs of worsening relationship Qatar and Washington and recent thinking about alternatives to its base


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    {International: Euphrates News} said Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the US House of Representatives Ed Royce, he said that the United States could shift its military base in Qatar to another country if you did not change the Doha actions in support of militant groups.
    Royce said in a seminar held in Washington, "I think that if the actions of Qatar has not changed, Aftava we will have the will of the other options by looking for the military base."
    Qatar will host one of the largest US military bases in the world in an area of many.
    He said Royce, it is inappropriate that Qatar hosts US forces at the same time supporting militant movements.
    He said that " the definition used by the state of Qatar , it has helped al - Qaeda and Daesh and the Brotherhood and the Taliban financing, I can not understand why."
    For his part, said former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates at the seminar, that US forces leave their positions in Qatar , " a complex issue",
    but noted at the same time that Washington might actually think of alternatives, to link Doha terrorist groups.
    He said that "Qatar has always been a welcoming threshold of the Brotherhood I do not see any other country in the region where there is so welcome, there is a long history in Qatar shows the welcome Brotherhood and provided a safe haven for them."
    The Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa al - Thani said in remarks carried by the official QNA news, many base represents immunity to Qatar from the "ambitions of some neighboring countries," and described the opportunity only to America to own military influence in the region.
    The conflicting reports indicated today, strained relations Committee- Gulf within hours Tuesday night, especially relations between Qatar and other Gulf states after the American Islamic Arab summit in Riyadh.
    The tensions came after trading statements from Doha critical of the policies of the Gulf to return Qatar News Agency later issued a clarification refers to the exposure of piracy and penetration.
    The events began on Tuesday night to publish the Qatar News Agency statements attributed to Emir Tamim bin Hamad during the graduation of the eighth batch of recruits for military service ceremony, according to what was in those statements , Prince has criticized the indictment of Qatar to support terrorist groups, also rejected the classification of the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist group, as well as he defended Hezbollah , Hamas and Iran and the movement of the roles and the relationship Maha.anthy

    http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=143311

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