MİDDLE EAST

Jordanians say diplomatic ties should be cut with Israel, not Qatar

Jordanians said diplomatic relations should be downgraded with Israel, not Qatar and voiced their support of Qatar

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Citizens of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt and Jordan are outraged for cutting ties with Qatar for splitting families and destroying peoples’ livelihoods and educations.

The states involved in sweeping measures are violating human rights and people have taken to social media to object to the arbitrary measures.

Jordanian citizens reportedly shared messages of solidarity with the hashtag “Jordan stands beside Qatar,” according to an article by the Middle East Monitor.

Across social media platforms, users shared the message “Our government should have reduced diplomatic ties with Israel, not Qatar.”

Others said, “We were waiting for our government to be a mediator, but our government got involved in the conflict."

“When Gaza was drowning in darkness, only Qatar supported them,” said one user.

Jordan said it would downgrade diplomatic relations with Qatar on Wednesday.

Erdoğan says Turkey will not abandon its Qatari brothers
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Erdoğan says Turkey will not abandon its Qatari brothers

Speaking at an iftar fast-breaking meal in Istanbul, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Turkey would continue to support Qatar. Referring to the Qatar crisis, Erdoğan referred to the Baqara verse in the Qur'an and recited the verse, “How many a small community has overcome a large community by permission of Allah.” [Qur'an 2:249]

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