` Three of the ` Gulf Co-Operation Council ‘ States are not happy with ` Qatar’s ‘ support of the `Muslim Brotherhood ‘

#AceWorldNews “As long as Doha does not revise its policy,” there’s no end in sight for the political crisis in Qatar, said Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, cited by the Saudi Al-Hayat Newspaper on Tuesday, Reuters reports.

The statement follows the March 5 return by their governments of Emirati, Bahraini and Saudi ambassadors from Qatar, a move spurred by the Gulf state’s alleged refusal to abide by the agreement that the Gulf Cooperation Council would not interfere in each other’s internal affairs.

The three other GCC states are not happy with Qatar’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood, a party whose ideology is a challenge to the conservative principles of the Gulf region’s established monarchies.

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