Claims to “ expel Qatar from the Arab League ” have risen on social media after it unilaterally supported the Turkish invasion of Syria and forced 2 million Syrian refugees to forcibly resettle them elsewhere in eastern Syria and leave their areas left by the war in favor of Iranian and Hezbollah resettlement operations in coordination with the Damascus regime.
The tweets were derided by allegations by Qatar’s media that Turkey had invaded Syria to prevent an imminent attack.
This is the first time that calls for the expulsion of Qatar accused a month ago of inciting chaos in Egypt during the Egyptian president’s presence in New York to attend the United Nations meetings. Qatar and Turkey are the only supporters of the Brotherhood’s separatists in Tripoli, the Libyan capital.
The comments focused on Doha’s recent policies, its support for armed extremist groups in Syria and its support for Turkish aggression on Syrian territory.
One user commented: “Qatar must be expelled from the Arab League because it planned and financed Erdogan’s terrorism in Syria, supported terrorist groups and allied with the Persians, Turks, Brotherhood demons, terrorist Houthis, Hamas, Al Qaeda and the Popular Mobilization.
Qatar, except that it is the only Arab country that supported the Turkish invasion and forced resettlement of Syrians, also refused to pay its share in the budget of the Arab League.