U.S. President Trump has offered to help Qatar to resolve the issues of Diplomatic crisis among the Gulf allies. On Wednesday, Trump called the Qatar ruler, Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, in an effort to end the crisis which has the possibility to invoke an economic crisis in Doha.

CNN reported, "the outreach came as U.S. officials told CNN they were observing increased Qatari military activity as the country placed its forces on the highest state of alert over fears of a military incursion." The president has offered to help all parties address their differences through a meeting that might possibly be held at the White House.

Trump has also called for unity among the Gulf Arabs.

Economic situation is at stake

The news broke out on Monday that the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Bahrain had cut their relationships with Qatar due to an allegation that the country has been supporting extremism and terrorism in the region. Some allegations claimed that Qatar has been courting Iran which is believed to be a real threat as they support Islamist terror groups in the region.

As a result of the cuts in diplomatic relations, there is a threat that Qatar's economic situation will be at risk. All four countries have also cut their transport links which has disrupted the supply of foods and other supplies in Doha.

Meanwhile, the country's riyal currency has faced aq drastic fall which signals that investment funds are flowing out due to the diplomatic crisis. The future of trade and investment in Doha has become uncertain, and according to IOL News, " the Qatari stock market (was) down more than 7 percent on Monday.

Change of policy

Qatar has been accused of bein the leading supporter of extremism and terrorism in the region.

However, despite the increasing tension, the Gulf Arabs are not calling for a change of regime, but rather, a change of policy. The UAE Minister of State of Foreign Affairs, Anwar Gargash, told Reuters that Qatar should expect more economic crashes if they don't make changes to its policy on funding the Islamic militants.

Apart from the United States, France and Russia have also called for dialogue among Gulf allies while Turkey stands in defense of Qatar and said that they will still maintain strong ties with Doha.

The Saudi Foreign Minister, Adel al-Jubeir, also issued an official statement and still considers Qatar to be a brother state. However, Jubier also added that at times, you need to tell your brother they are doing the wrong thing or the right thing.