6/6/17, "Jordan downgrades diplomatic relations with Qatar," Reuters via Jerusalem Post, Amman
"Jordan will downgrade its diplomatic representation with Qatar, it
said on Tuesday, after examining the "cause of the crisis" between Doha
and several other Arab states.
Jordan also revoked the license of Doha-based TV channel Al Jazeera, government spokesman Mohammad al Momani said. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain said on Monday they would sever
all ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism."
Added: Arab countries don't necessarily agree 100% of the time. 2009 article:
Jan. 15, 2009, "Gaza split prompts Arab countries to boycott emergency summit," Guardian UK, Ian Black
"Egypt, Saudi Arabia and half a dozen other Arab countries are refusing to attend an emergency Arab summit in Qatar tomorrow, underlining deep divisions over how to respond to the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip.
Fourteen members of the 22-strong Arab League have said that they
will attend the hastily arranged meeting in the Qatari capital, Doha,
but regional heavyweight Saudi Arabia staked out its own position by
convening a rival summit of Gulf countries in Riyadh today. The flurry
of inter-Arab diplomacy comes as Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president,
seeks to broker an immediate ceasefire between Israel
and Hamas. Mubarak insists leaders should meet, if at all, on the
margins of a long-scheduled Arab economic summit in Kuwait early next
Governments accept that Egypt is the only Arab state capable of
brokering an Israel-Hamas ceasefire, but Mubarak has also been the
target of popular wrath for acquiescing in the blockade of Gaza and
failing to open the Rafah border. Cairo insists that to do so would risk
compromising its own security and playing into Israel's hands by
allowing it to evade responsibility for the future of the Palestinian
Egypt counters that Assad is being irresponsible in backing Hamas."...