Tillerson Urges Gulf States to Stay ‘United’ Against Axis of Resistance -Upated

“Qatar’s price is 400 billion dollars received by Trump” Thus claimed Nasser Kandil the Cheif editor of Lebanon’s Al-Binaa newspaper. Its hard to believe that Saudis, UAE, Bahrain and Eygpt severed relations with Qatar without USA green light.   Qatar is an American protectorate, therefore, only a stupid would think that Suadis are allowed to annex Qatar as compensation for the above mentioned  400 billion bribe. Time is ripe for MILKING Qatar. As soon as the Jizia is paid to Trump, Saudi Arabia will put an end to the Gulf dispute. Meanwile, Tillerson Urges Gulf States to Address Differences, Stay ‘United’.

To stay united, Qatar is required to cut ties with Muslim Brotherhood and its Palestinan branch, Hamas, branded as terrosits and sever its relations with Iran.

Its time to say bye bye to GCC. Saudis, UAE, Bahrain are on one side against Qatar, while Kuwait and Oman are so-far in between.

 

Tillerson Urges Gulf States to Address Differences, Stay ‘United’

June 5, 2017

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Monday called on Gulf states to stay united and work out their differences after several nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar.

“We certainly would encourage the parties to sit down together and address these differences,” he said in Sydney.

“If there’s any role that we can play in terms of helping them address those, we think it is important that the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) remain united.”

In the region’s most serious diplomatic crisis in years, Qatar’s Gulf neighbors Riyadh, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates as well as Egypt all announced they were severing ties with gas-rich Qatar.

Tillerson said despite the impasse, he did not expect it to have “any significant impact, if any impact at all, on the unified fight against terrorism in the region or globally”.

“All of those parties you mentioned have been quite unified in the fight against terrorism and the fight against Daesh, ISIS, and have expressed that most recently in the summit in Riyadh,” he added.

Less than a month ago, US President Donald Trump visited the region to cement ties with powerhouse Saudi Arabia  — the first foreign stop of his young presidency.

Source: AFP

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