Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of interfering in their affairs and supporting "terrorism".
The four Arab states, who isolated Qatar by cutting all diplomatic and transport links with it in early June, already have put dozens of figures linked to the country on blacklists.
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, and Bahrain, announced in a joint statement overnight placing new Libyan entities on the black list - the list of terrorist organisations funded by Qatar - as part of what they described their commitment to fighting terror.
Since the cutting of ties, the worldwide community has urged dialogue, with Kuwait being the main mediator between the boycotting countries and Qatar.
The statement from the four nations attached to the list stated that the indicated figures and organizations should be tried by the Qatari government.
The nine organizations include three Yemeni and six Libyan ones, while the nine individuals are three Qataris, one Kuwaiti, three Yemenis and two Libyans.
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"It is not an issue of compromise, we can not compromise with any form of terrorism, we can not compromise or enter into any form of negotiations,"Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told a press conference".
The three Yemenis and the three organizations in Yemen have received significant fundings from Qatari charities to provide support to al-Qaeda and carry out terror activities.
Today, they upped the pressure on Qatar, unveiling a "terrorist" blacklist of 18 organisations and individuals suspected of links with Islamist extremists that they say had ties with Doha.
Last month, the four countries added five Libyan nationals and one entity to the list of alleged "terror".
Qatar has denied the accusations and contends that the blockade is in violation of global law. At that moment, they condemned Qatar for ignoring calls to honor the Riyadh agreement and its executive mechanism signed in 2013 and another complementary in 2014, in which they asked Doha not to receive or give refuge to groups belonging to the Muslim, Brotherhood.