The Wall Street Journal: Arab states want Qatar to reel in Al Jazeera to help resolve crisis

WASHINGTON — Leading Arab states are drawing up a list of demands that Qatar must meet to return to normal diplomatic and economic relations, including steps to significantly scale back the Al Jazeera media network, said Arab and U.S. officials involved in the discussions.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and their allies are also seeking guarantees that Qatar’s government will stop its alleged financing of Middle East extremist groups and sever relations with the political leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood, a global Islamist movement, according to these officials. Some of the Brotherhood’s leaders, particularly from Egypt, are in exile in Doha, the country’s capital city.

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