Yesterday was the last day of the month of July, which marked the end of the #QATARILITMONTH; it ended too fast! It has been such a pleasure to take you though this month journey to learn more about a small country in the Arabian Gulf. Yet big with stable accomplishments and developments. Qatar has proven … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: My Exceptional Journey With GLLI!
The Oral History of Qatar Main Exhibition Area At the National Museum of Qatar If you were born in Qatar between 1970 and 1990, your parents probably told you stories of the Noon’s Donkey, the Big Giant, and Abu Derya, the Man of the Sea. Do you ever still think of these stories? How could … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Preserving Qatari Heritage and Legacies
The Inauguration of the State Qatar Flag 1936–1949 The inauguration of Qatar’s sheikhdom dates back to the leading fathers of the ruling family, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Thani (r. 1851 – 1878) and his son Sheikh Qasim, colloquially pronounced Jassim (1827 – 1913). The leading fathers of the ruling family were pearl merchants in a time … Continue reading #QATARILITMONTH: Qatar’s History