File picture shows a protester carrying a sign as she gestures during a protest in Cairo

 
File picture shows a protester carrying a sign as she gestures during a protest in Cairo
A protester carries a sign as she gestures during a protest against Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi in front of the presidential palace, in Cairo in this February 1, 2013 file photo. In Egypt, Libya and Syria, where Qatar tried to play a role post-Arab Spring, it finds itself blamed for much that has gone wrong on a local level. Close ties to Egypt's new leaders, the Muslim Brotherhood, have alarmed countries like the United Arab Emirates, where the Islamist group is still banned and which in January said it had foiled a Brotherhood-linked coup plot. The sign reads, "Hamas, Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood and the U.S. are the enemies of Egypt". REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih/Files