Supporting Hamas against its struggle to emancipate the Palestinian territories from the clutches of Israel is legitimate and can not be equated with terrorism.
The push by Sisi to boycott Turkey comes after the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan harshly criticised and condemned the Egyptian regime for its military coup against the first democratically-elected president Mohamed Morsi.
Al Jazeera is a state-funded broadcaster owned by the government of Qatar. So far, Qatar hasn't received any demands from Gulf nations, Foreign Minister Mohammed Al Thani told Qatar TV, calling the delay "evidence of the fragility of the basis of the actions against Qatar".
Iranian reports said the incident happened late on Friday.
Al Jazeera is the flagship broadcaster for Qatar, which is now experiencing turbulence with Gulf states and Saudi Arabia over latter's claims of supporting terrorism. Turkey's chief diplomat was in Doha on Wednesday where he called for dialogue after meeting Qatar's emir and foreign minister ahead of his Saudi stop.
The Bahraini TV move "provides compelling evidence of targeting the State of Qatar and attempting to impute charges to it" amid current regional tensions, it added.
"Saudi Arabia is sponsoring terrorist groups in Iran", he said on Thursday.
The Islamic State jihadist group claimed responsibility.
"The nation of Qatar, unfortunately, has historically been a funder of terrorism at a very high level", Trump said in a speech at the White House.
The United Arab Emirates has warned that a Western monitoring mechanism would be needed to make Qatar abide by any agreement formed to resolve the diplomatic crisis between the country and its neighbours.
"Saudi Arabia and some of the region's Arab countries have become a puppet of the United States of America, and pre-planned tensions in the region will only have the USA exploit resources of Arab-Islamic countries" and intensify an arms race among Arab states, Major General Seyed Yahya Rahim Safavi said on Sunday.
They also highlighted Saudi Arabia's efforts in combating terrorism overseas including at the Incirlik base in Turkey.
"Other secondary accounts remain active".
The Qatar crisis is a test case for Pakistan's foreign policy because the aggravation of crisis will negatively impact on the country's vital interests.