Is QATAR Defeating SAUDI ARABIA? - VisualPolitik EN

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  • Published on:  Thursday, April 26, 2018
  • On June 5th, 2017, Saudi Arabia, the Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt announced a total blockade on Qatar. From that day, the borders were closed, commerce was interrupted and all diplomatic relations were completely broken.

    Qatar, a small country of just over 2 million inhabitants was suddenly isolated. Since then, things haven’t changed much, except that Qatar, against all odds, has practically managed to emerge unscathed: How did they do it? What strategy did Doha use? We’ll tell you In this video.

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  • Darksydesamy

     (Apr 26, 2018)

    It’s failed because the point was for Qatar to end its relationship with Iran and turkey but it has done the complete opposite.

  • I am an AI

     (Feb 2, 2019)

    +Marko Tunjić Out of 2 million only 300,000+ is Qataris.

  • antru george

     (Jan 19, 2019)

    There is only one story behind all these conflicts...” hi I got enough fireworks stock for you people ..either you buy now or I will make you buy.”It’s all the the policy of Mr. US. No matter who become President.The strategy remains same with US

  • Mike Hunt

     (Jun 2, 2018)

    What is it with these videos and using thrash metal in the background?

  • Pradeep Kumar M Sreedharan

     (Jan 22, 2019)

    Trash metal torture indeed

  • tranquilizer agent

     (Nov 21, 2018)

    it's like food reality show where they always play blues music

  • Shan Iqbal Adviser

     (Dec 3, 2018)

    Qatar Will Be Always Free ❤️Saudia is running backup of USA. May Allah protect saudia’s good people from these animals. Long Live Qatar.Fifa World Cup 2022 🇶🇦Best Airline In The World 🇶🇦Richest Country In The World 🇶🇦Low to High Graphs 🇶🇦Save Country In The World 🇶🇦

  • Abdulla Zaabi

     (Feb 3, 2019)

    Emirates is the best airline

  • علي عبدالله

     (Jan 26, 2019)

    على تبن ياتبن

  • Tanvir 0461

     (Jun 30, 2018)

    The blockade will make Qatar self-depended, personally, I love the policy of Qatar, not Saudi. Long live Qatar!!

  • Jessica Shipanga

     (Dec 10, 2018)


  • Mark Smith

     (Oct 24, 2018)

    Saudis get away from Iran or be blockaded. Qatar- Opens all diplomatic relations with Iran and Iran allows Qatar airways to use their airspace for civilian transportation

  • Bad Dude Philosophy

     (Oct 30, 2018)

    Nice video. But Istanbul is not Turkey's capital. Ankara is.

  • john hand

     (5 days ago)

    +Salman R where did you get this information from a cockroach ??

  • MrLeading Entertainment

     (Feb 1, 2019)

    +james 1066 I-stan-bul means con-stan-tinople. All be it in Turkish. Just like we call Greeks, Greek, despite the ancient and modern name of the country and her people being Hellas or Hellada; and its official name being the Hellenic Republic "Helliniki Dimokratia".

  • Aditya Pradipta

     (Apr 26, 2018)

    I live in Qatar and we feel nothing so far too negative effects for the blockade. Some products we get from other sources, national resilience grew, the only thing is that we can't travel to uae n saudi as a qatari residents..

  • AirbusGuy 99

     (Jan 16, 2019)

    +LiFE 707 Do you fucking live in Qatar? No? Shut the fuck up.

  • OG Shooby

     (Nov 30, 2018)

    Somalia supported qatar and refused to let Saudi Arabia bully us into joining the blockade

  • Faisal M

     (Aug 22, 2018)

    Just to get some facts straight for anyone that is interested:The blockading countries have accused Qatar of the following:1- Supporting terrorism by funding terrorist organizations directly, or indirectly through Iran (who they consider as the leaders of terrorism).2- Spreading fake news through Al-Jazeera which has caused "instabilities" in the region i.e the Arab Spring3- Intervening in the internal affairs of neighboring countries.And the list goes on, but these are the main accus...

  • AirbusGuy 99

     (Jan 16, 2019)

    I agree, just two words: Al Jazeera. They mentioned it so much. They bring out the true colours of this shitty regimes that blockading governments have. I remember when Egypt was going through a Civil revolution back in the early 2010s, they reported it all showing to Arab countries that people do not like dictators. They show how countries like Saudia are run by crazy retards who only seek for domination and will see anyone destroyed if they do not cooperate with them. Qatar as being a free nation and...

  • Erik RBR

     (Jan 13, 2019)

    Two words: Al Jazeera. That's it. This is a Saud power play to shutter a powerful regional media org, borne of the family's perpetual fearful of losing their tenuous grip on society. Those billions and billions of dollars of US and French and German weapons? There to control the population as much as deter regional adversaries.

  • Reem Karen

     (Oct 18, 2018)

    I’m Saudi I live in Qatar I’m happy, even if this video is sponsored it’s the truth. I wish the Gulf could be the same as it was before and true as someone mentioned it’s only the traveling that is more expensive, everything else is the same, and for our leaders I’m not afraid but you ripped families apart your, look at the border between Saudi and Yemen, instead of paying billions on arms deals to the US and Canada why not raise people salaries in Saudi, instead of making war with countries put the m...

  • A B

     (Feb 5, 2019)

    do you spit or swallow ?

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     (Feb 3, 2019)


  • Dan Val

     (Jun 29, 2018)

    Al Jazeera is the best broadcaster in the whole of middle east, period !!!....

  • WiZZard

     (Feb 3, 2019)

    +idgaf Wallah I'm an Arab. My name is Omar. I'm Moroccan-Palestinian, and live in Qatar. So, y3nee...

  • idgaf

     (Feb 3, 2019)

    +WiZZard Nope 1.Alarabyia2.Alarabyia3.Alarabyiaif ur not an arab then stfu.

  • Random Girl

     (May 24, 2018)

    Reading these comments is really heartbreaking to hear all these bad things about my country. I just hope nobody judges all the people in the countries like Saudi and the UAE just because of what our rulers are doing.

  • Fada Muneer

     (Feb 3, 2019)

    Gosh.... I didn't think it that way..... Be careful... U can get jailed for taking that freedom of expression..

  • Mr Gunslinger

     (Jan 27, 2019)

    +Ha Al You might protest in Europe, but good luck doing so in an arab country. You will get jailed for things like that.