Ali Bin Said Bin Smaikh Break Al owair Al-Marri
Ali Bin Said Bin Smaikh Break Al owair Al-Marri (Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Unicode data' not found.; born 30 November 1972) is the chairman of the National Human Rights Committee of Qatar in the State of Qatar since 2009.
Al-Marri role during Qatar blockade[edit | edit source]
After his great efforts in exposing the catastrophic effects of the siege imposed on Qatar, a Spanish newspaper addressed Al-Marri as the leader of human rights diplomacy in the region. The newspaper said that Al-Marri was the reason behind the widespread of Qatar's siege news in the international media through his diligent work at the regional and international level to explain the motives and effects of the blockade. With the beginning of the siege imposed by Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt on Qatar, Ali Al-Marri, the chairman of the National Human Rights Commission, began big moves on the regional and international levels to explain the catastrophic effects of the blockade. Throughout his foreign trips, Al-Marri practiced pressure on international bodies to put an end to human rights violations caused by the blockade. 
In June 2016, Al-Marri announced that Qatar have pursued legal actions against Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain over their move to cut ties with Qatar which has effectively put the country under a land, air and sea blockade. Al-Marri said that the three countries are responsible for compensating the people who have been affected by this blockade.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Qatar's New Active Diplomacy Of Human Rights". madridjournal. 13 July 2017. Retrieved 23 November 2017.
- "Swiss lawyers to represent Qatar in legal case over Saudi siege". presstv. 11 July 2017. Retrieved 23 November 2017.
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- National Commission on Human Rights
- The committee of International Coordination of National Human Rights Institutions
- The Arab Committee on Human Rights
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