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Qatar's inferiority complex: Political comment

The problem with the Qatari regime is that it is considered a half-caste political system that has no identity; it does not consider itself a thoroughbred Arab political regime, therefore, it has good relations with the majority of countries, but not like Arab countries.

Even Qatari Emir Tamam Bin Hamad could not help but to set a tour to Latin America countries to break from the Arab frame that restrains him.

At the same time, the Qatari regime is not that loyal to the Arab world, as through Doha’s history, the Hamad regime has always plotted against its neighboring countries.

Worse still, the Qatari regime does not only support terrorism and anarchist actions against countries that are not on the same page, but against the whole world, as it seeks to demolish all the major and solid regimes.

Moreover, the Qatari regime suffers an inferiority complex due to the emirate’s tiny size and political and geographical value.

Prior to a UN vote on Syria, Russia's UN Envoy Vitaly Churkin warned Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabr that in case Doha decided to use the veto, or Russia will wipe Qatar off the map.

Qatar has always denied its support to terrorism or acknowledging that its regime is full of complexes, therefore, a comprehensive boycott must take place against this tiny-emirate to break its bone.