"This is not a fake crisis; rather, it is the result of Qatar's backing for extremism and conspiracy against its neighbours", said Gargash.
The ongoing Gulf Crisis between Saudi Arabia (KSA), the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, non-Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country Egypt, and Qatar continues with KSA attempting to once again smear Qatar with a false media report on the 16th anniversary of the Twin Tower attacks.
The Arab League meeting on Tuesday witnessed a 30-minute altercation between diplomats from Qatar and the four states boycotting it.
Qatar's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Sultan Bin Saad Al-Muraikhi triggered the provocation by justifying his country's relations with Iran, saying it is a "decent country'".
Replicating Saudi Arabia, Qatar recalled its envoy to Iran in January 2016.
Arab foreign ministers meet during a regular session in Cairo. Al-Muraikhi said that the list of demands presented by the boycotting countries is impossible to come into effect as it is an explicit violation of the sovereignty of Qatar.
Iran has been providing Qatar with food supplies amid the Saudi-led economic siege of the country.
Doha has been receiving fresh food supplies from Iran, which has also allowed Qatar's national carrier to use its airspace.
Chairman of the Qatar Engineers Association, Ahmad Al-Jolo, said in a statement quoted by Qatar's Al-Arab newspaper that if the blockade is lifted, it is assumed that no one will accept the products imported from the four countries that caused the crisis.
Several Muslim scholars in Saudi Arabia and other regional countries are pressurizing the Saudi regime to unconditionally release the detained clerics. The public prosecutor reminded them separately on Twitter that "harming the state's reputation or status" constituted a "terrorist crime". "If the Qatari brothers think that if the rapprochement with Iran would serve their interests, they are carrying out matters in a wrong way and they will be accountable for that", he said.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Muraikhi's comments were unacceptable.
Qattan said the four Arab states have taken the sovereign measures against Qatar because of its wrong policies in terms of supporting and financing terrorism and hosting those involved in terrorism on its territory, spreading hatred and interfering in the internal affairs of other states.
Besides Iran, Turkey has also been sending food aid to the Qatar, which heavily relies on imports to feed its 2.7 million population.