Qatar accuses the UAE of" violence and hatred" at the world court
THE HAGUE: Qatar The Accused United Arab Emirates On Wednesday Of A" Campaign Of Violence And Hate" Against His Citizens, And Urged The Government To Destroy A Case.
The Gulf States Are Locked In A Fight At The UN Supreme Court, Where The UAE Asked Judges To Stop Tuesday Qatar Seriously Aggravating A Two Year Old Crisis Between Doha And Other Countries In The Oil Rich Region.
Qatar 's lawyers, however, hit back, saying in fact it was Abu Dhabi who continued with "discriminatory policies that severely impacted Qatar i citizens. "
"It is the Qatar i people who are the true victims in the racial discrimination case, not the government of the UAE, " Qatar ' S Representative Mohammed Abdulaziz Al-Khulaifi Said.
This Also Included The Step Of Abu Dhabi ' To Silence Al Jazeera, Who Was Accused Of Spreading" Propaganda" , Financed In Doha And By The State, The Lawyer Told The Tribunal Established In The Hague.
"The silencing of ... media voices is part-and-parcel of the UAE's campaign to incite violence and hatred against Qatar is, " Khulaifi said.
" Qatar Has Been Engaged In The Fight Against Global Terrorism And It Continues To Be. "
Qatar Since June 2017 Has Been Dealing With An Economic And Diplomatic Boycott By Gulf Rivals Who Accused Doha Of Supporting Terrorism And Being Too Close To Regional Rival Iran.
Doha Has Repeatedly Denied The Allegations And Accused Its Rivals Of Seeking Regime Change And Alleged That The UAE Has Broken The 1965 International Convention On The Elimination Of All Forms Of Racial Discrimination.
Last June, Made In By A Case Qatar , the ICJ ruled that the UAE must allow families which include Qatar i members to be reunited, and that Qatar i students must be given the chance to complete their education in the Emirates.
But Abu Dhabi Went Back To Court On Tuesday And Accused Doha Of Blocking His Own Citizens From Gaining Access To The Emirati Websites To Alleviate Travel Problems And Therefore Not Honor Last Year's Judgment.
Khulaifi Parried Those Claims On Wednesday And Said Qatar Found A High Risk Security Breach " On The UAE ' S Website Including So-called Malware " Designed To Infiltrate Qatar ' S Information Systems.
He Said Doha Told Abu Dhabi About The Breach But The UAE Was Yet To Take Steps. "