Qatar vows ‘no surrender’ in row with Arab states


EMBATTLED Qatar has pledged it won’t surrender its foreign policy in a row with other Arab states over its alleged connections to extremism.

Foreign Minister Sheik Mohammed receptacle Abdulrahman al-Thani said he supported tact to determine the raising emergency and that there is no military arrangement. Qatar rejects claims it is a main supporter of Islamist extremism.

Qatar’s Al Jazeera arrange said it is facing a digital assault. The system has been in the focus in the present question, and other Gulf nations blocked it in before the end of last month.

On its site, Al Jazeera said its administrations are all as yet working however the assaults are picking up power and taking different structures.

Meanwhile, Qatar’s TV channel later said it is shutting down its website temporarily because of hacking attempts.