Lt General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim، Deputy Chairman of Dubai Police and head of General Security in Dubai said that there would be an international alliance against Iran to stop its terrorist practices and the organization of Hamdeen. The four Arab countries، Egypt، Saudi Arabia، UAE and Bahrain، decided on June 5، 2017 to cut diplomatic and trade ties with Qatar، accusing it of aligning with non-Arab Gulf state Iran and the Iran-backed Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen against pan-Arab interests. The Arab Quartet also accused Qatar of supporting “extremism and terrorism.
Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani held a telephone call with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Eid El-Fitr to express Qatar’s determination to strengthen the bilateral relations in all fields” while saying that he would “personally observing the process of developing relations between the two countries”.
Earlier، Khalfan stressed that "Qatar's partnership with Iran، paying no regard to the international community، will result in heavy costs.”. He pointed out that the two countries’ strategy tends to cooperate with terrorists.
Khalfan said in his Twitter account yesterday that "Qatar is provoking the Arab world through portraying its citizens and rulers as traitors، incompetent and backward
He added that the Hamdeen’s policies have burdened the Qatari citizens who has suffered from their shameful practices.