Réquisitoire à charge contre le Qatar à Londres le 14 septembre 2017

L’opposition qatarienne et surtout le quartet des boycotteurs du Qatar prennent l’initiative lors d’une conférence à Londres de démonter la stratégie des gouvernants actuels de ce pays.

Les oreilles du Qatar vont siffler

Réunis à Londres  demain 14 septembre 2017, à l’initiative de celui qui se réclame l’opposant N°1 des dirigeants du Qatar,  Khalid al-Hail, une conférence tente de démontrer qu’on peut avoir une autre politique au Qatar.

Les thèmes ne prêtent pas à confusion, il s’agit bien d’un réquisitoire à charge contre le Qatar, sans que celui-ci puisse s’y opposer. L’opposition qatarienne et surtout des membres envoyés par le quartet des boycotteurs du Qatar devraient être présents. L’information est suivie par le média Alarabiya concurrent direct d’Al-Jazeera.

Voici les thèmes abordés

The conference will be divided into five panels:

  1. Qatar: Political Islam and terrorist support

Addressing the contradictory positions taken by Qatar while opposing other Gulf states in its support of political Islam and terrorist groups

  1. Qatar and Iran’s Foreign Policy: A Source for Regional Instability

Focusing on how Qatar and Iran’s foreign policy has contributed to the general instability and insecurity that now characterizes the regions of the Middle East and North Africa. It will look at the extent to which Qatar and Iran, in pursuit of their own self-interest, have had a detrimental effect on stability in the region.

  1. A forbidden debate: Qatar’s aspirations for global prestige, democracy and human rights

This panel will discuss Qatar’s abuses of human rights in the context of the 2022 Football World Cup as well as examine its violation of international human rights laws.

  1. Al Jazeera: Free Press vs. Voice of terror?

In the early days of Al Jazeera it was considered a beacon of free press and a challenge to authoritarian Middle East regimes. However, its recent coverage shows a more biased approach in sync with Qatar’s foreign policy. Using a number of exclusive sources, this panel will examine the spectrum of thought about Al Jazeera.

  1. A Vicious Circle: Economy, Geopolitics and Global Energy Security

This panel will address some of the chief characteristics of Qatar’s foreign policy, including its diplomatic ambivalence. It will also highlight the country’s quest for security and subsequently regional hegemony and the manner in which Doha has used its economic largesse and natural gas reservoirs to carve itself a larger role in the region, often to the detriment of its neighbors and allies.