Turkey’s decision is not necessarily anti-Saudi, but it is definitely pro-Qatari, say analysts.
Birce is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She holds a PhD in journalism from City, University of London. Her thesis examined the represen... tation of Turkey in British broadsheets between 2007-13. She mainly covers the Middle East and Europe with a focus on Turkey.
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