Qatar is in trouble! – Saudi Arabia News

International condemnations poured in over what happened recently at Hamad Airport in the Qatari capital, Doha, of forcible checks against Australian female passengers who were on board a Qatar Airways plane, which prompted the Qatari government liaison office to admit that errors occurred during the aforementioned checks, stressing that initial investigations showed the existence of Violations in the procedures followed during the search and search of a number of female passengers. Qatar apologized for the painful experience that some female travelers endured as a result of these procedures. Despite the Qatari attempts to contain the crisis, international condemnation of the incident continued to expand greatly, after Australia and New Zealand, Britain entered the line, as British diplomats announced, (Friday), that two women from their country had been subjected to a forced examination at Doha Airport, confirming submitting an official complaint. Against Qatar and Qatar Airways. The information revealed that the diplomats provided support to the two affected women. The incident witnessed international condemnation, as Australia condemned the incident in which 13 of its citizens, who were traveling on that flight, were subjected to forcible checks when a baby was found at the airport. Australia continued its pressure on Doha, with its Foreign Minister, Maryse Payne, announcing a few days ago that the number of aircraft that had been targeted was more than one. Pine told the Senate committee that women on board “a total of ten airplanes” were subjected to this examination, including 18 women – including 13 Australians – on the plane to Sydney. While New Zealand revealed that one of its citizens was among the women who underwent forced and humiliating women’s examinations at Doha airport, stressing that these actions are “totally unacceptable.”

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