There is a lot to chew on here. Antioch is being quite clear that they don't like where the Assembly is going or how it is being administered currently. As a result, they are stepping back and putting the breaks on any forward movement. While I may not agree with their response to the impediments, I can see how their perception is matched with the voices of other jurisdictions and how issues like Qatar might be cause for discontent.
(AFR) - In this special edition of Ancient Faith Today, the Very Rev. Fr. Patrick O'Grady of St. Peter the Apostle Antiochian Orthodox Church in Pomona, California, represents the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America in explaining the reasons behind its recent statement at the 6th Assembly of Bishops and why it appeared to many that its long-held support of Orthodox administrative unity has changed.