Dhahi Khalfan publishes unprecedented confessions about Qatar.. Watch what he said before broadcasting “What is hidden is greater” | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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In an unprecedented admission regarding the State of Qatar, Dhahi Khalfan, the former deputy police commander in Dubai, said that the Qatari positions have proven to be positions that support the stability of the Gulf and the Arab world.

Dhahi Khalfan added in tweets on his Twitter account, as Watan monitored: “Qatar’s policy towards Iran in light of the current events and Al Jazeera’s failure to comment on what is happening is a wise policy… This is what is required.”

Khalfan said: “Every trend that achieves stability in the Arab Gulf is with Iran or with Israel or with whomever I am with…Each trend calls for tolerance, I am with him…others are not.”

In response to the criticisms of his followers, Khalfan said: “We said Qatar is wrong…. you said say Qatar is right… we said Qatar is right… you said why do you say Qatar is right.!!!!”.

Regarding the UAE islands occupied by Iran, Dhahi Khalfan said: “The issue of the Emirates islands is to be resolved politically… and this matter was approved by the late Zayed, may his soul rest in peace.”

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Dhahi Khalfan’s tweets

The tweets of Dhahi Khalfan, built in the State of Qatar, come a day after Al-Jazeera announced that it will broadcast an episode of the program “What is Hidden is Greater” on its screen, concerning the UAE.

Tamer Al-Mishal, presenter of the “What is Hidden is Greater” program, published the promo of the episode on his Twitter account, revealing that it will include exclusive leaks from inside the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi.

The short promo featured the UAE Minister of Tolerance, Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed, and his brother, Tahnoun bin Zayed Al Nahyan, National Security Adviser to the United Arab Emirates.

It is noteworthy that the train of Gulf reconciliation that was launched between the State of Qatar and the blockading countries, it is noted that it is going well with Saudi Arabia, but with the UAE it is exactly the opposite.

While the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad, visited Saudi Arabia, and met King Salman and his crown prince, he did not do so with the Emirates.

While Doha and Riyadh initiated the exchange of diplomatic delegations, the same did not happen with the UAE, while this indicates that the UAE is still moving away from reconciliation with Qatar.

And last January 5, it was announced at the 41st Gulf Summit (Al-Ula) in Saudi Arabia, the signing of a reconciliation agreement that ended the most difficult crisis since the establishment of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, in 1981.

Subsequently, commercial flights were resumed and the land crossings between Saudi Arabia and Qatar were opened, as well as the exchange of visits and contacts between officials of the two countries.

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