US Not Sharing Intel w Qatar
By Micah Halpern
Friday December 18, 2020
Ever since Qatar sided with Iran, they have been on the outs in the Sunni Middle East.
And Qatar is also paying the price with Western democracies.
What make this change in policy even more interesting is that Qatar still hosts US and British forces.
The Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar is the largest single military installation in the entire Middle East. One of the reasons it is so large is that the base hosts both US Airforce units and British Royal Air force units, and also serves as the very important Headquarters of US Central Command.
More evidence that Qatar has been distanced from the West is that they ran to Turkey and Iran to try to scuttle the deals other countries were making with Israel. Qatar, Turkey and Iran are consolidating their relationship in the hope that they can become a strong front against the deals with Israel, all of which were sponsored by the United States.
It is assumed that Qatar has told the United States that they may not attack Iran from their territory. If that is true, it clearly shows where Qatar stands on the world stage.
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