Qatari opposition figures held a conference in London under the rubric "Qatar in the perspective of international security and stability.”
The conference will be attended by leading US, UK and Middle Eastern politicians and commentators to discuss human rights, press freedom and counter-terrorism in Qatar.
Qatari opposition confirmed that Tamim’s regime supported ISIS, and Doha should face justice for supporting terrorists.
“The west is a partner to the regional states in the fight against terrorism but knows local involvements in supplying terrorism,” Qatari opposition added
Spokesperson for the Qatari opposition, Khalid al-Hail said that the conference will be divided into five main sessions: Political Islam and terrorism support in Qatar, Qatar and Iran’s Foreign Policy: A Source for Regional Instability, Al Jazeera: Free Press vs. Voice of terror?, A Forbidden Debate: Qatar’s Aspirations for Global Prestige, Democracy and Human Rights, and finally, A Vicious Circle: Economy, Geopolitics and Global Energy Security.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, organizers said the conference’s schedule was set in great secrecy because of concerns that the Qatari regime would try to foil the event and exert pressure on members of the British parliament to boycott it.