As the Arab quartet that boycotts Qatar urges Doha to return to its Arab roots and give it demands that will ease the tensions in the Middle East, Qatar ignores its neighbors and strengthen its relations with Iran.
Iran on the other hand has exploited this crisis and widened its economic relations with Qatar, which will negatively affect the Qatari people.
The Qatari opposition said that the Arab quartet has proved its well intentions and good will when they attempted to peacefully convince Doha to stop funding and supporting terrorism.
It added that instead of complying with these legitimate demands, Doha decided to cooperate with the Arabs enemy in Tehran.
The opposition revealed that Tehran announced that its natural gas production from its mutual gas field with Qatar during this crisis has reached 553 million square meters a day, noting that this means that Qatar's two-thirds share of this well have decreased to less than a half.
It has also exposed deals struck between Tehran and Doha to revive ISIS and AlQaeda after their recent major defeats to further their influence throughout the Middle East.
The opposition warned against any sprawling factions from ISIS and AlQaeda in the upcoming period. It asserted that during the last three years Qatar funded ISIS and AlQaeda with over 20 billion US dollars, noting that even though they were militarily defeated, they can still carry out major terrorist attacks.