Arab org warns of new Turkish-Iranian Sykes-Picot with Qatari help

A report by the Justice and Development Organization for Human Rights, an Egyptian organization, warned of a new Sykes-Picot agreement between Turkey and Iran to divide Arab states and share the wealth of Arab countries with the help of the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad.

The spokesperson for the Justice and Development Organization for Human Rights, Zidane Al-Qenai, called on the Arab Axis countries, "Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan" to confront the Turkish and Iranian colonization of the Arab countries.

The organization called on Arab countries to support the project of liberating from Iranian colonialism in Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen, which is represented in the arms of Iran, such as Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Houthis in Yemen, and Syria's return to the Arab environment.

It also called on the region to support the project of liberation from Turkish agents in the Arab countries, headed by the Muslim Brotherhood, Fayez al-Sarraj and the Tunisian Renaissance Party.

The Egyptian organization affirmed that it is "a national Egyptian national organization and not a Turkish organization, and its name is similar to Turkish organizations and the Turkish terrorist and Justice and Development Party, and has contributed to exposing the dimensions of the Iranian and Turkish conspiracy in the Arab countries."

It also called on all the Nasserist and nationalist movements in the Arab countries to fight the Iranian and Turkish project.

The organization called on the states of the Gulf Cooperation Council not to reconcile with Qatar except for Doha to close all Turkish bases on its territory and expel the Iranian Revolutionary Guard from Qatar.


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