Why is Qatar often a mediator and what is its role in Israel-Hamas war?
Qatar is mediating a potential truce agreement between the two sides involving the release of hostages
Many countries in the Middle East aspire to the role of mediators – Egypt, Oman and Kuwait among them – but Qatar presents itself as the region’s primary problem solver and advocate of dialogue. It has been active in Ukraine, Lebanon, Sudan, Iran, Afghanistan and Gaza, in the process hosting the leadership of the Taliban and the political wing of Hamas among others.Continue reading...
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