Qatar News Today 14/01/22 | Qatar Work Visa News | Doha Qatar news | Obaid Tahir Qatar news


qatar news today,obaid tahir qatar news hd,qatar work visa news,qatar news today malayalam,qatar good breaking news today,qatar latest news update,qatar news hindi,qatar good breaking news,qatar latest news update in hindi urdu,qatar news tamil today,qatar todays news,qatar latest news updates,qatar breaking news,qatar labour ministry news,latest qatar news,doha qatar news
⏩About Us

Voice Over By :- Usman Rashid
Edited By :- Muhammad Rashid

Follow Or Subscribe Our Other Platforms

For latest UAE news :-
like our facebook page :-
#qatar #news #Today
⏩Disclaimer :
All The Information Provided In This Channel Are For Educational Purpose Only. My Channel Does Not Promote Or Encourage Any Illegal. The Channel Is No Way Responsible For Any Misuse Of The Information.

⏩Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 Of The Copyright Act 1976 , Allowance Is Made For “Fair Use” For Purpose Such As Criticism , Comments , News Reporting , Teaching , Scholarship And Research . Fair Use Is A Use Permitted By Copyright Statute That Might Otherwise Be Infringing Educational Or Personal Use Tips The Balance In Favour Of Fair Use.

⏩Don’t Forget Like, Comment , Share & Subscribe 👍

More About Qatar Learn Below In English

Occupying a small desert peninsula that extends northward from the larger Arabian Peninsula, it has been continuously but sparsely inhabited since prehistoric times. Following the rise of Islam, the region became subject to the Islamic caliphate; it later was ruled by a number of local and foreign dynasties before falling under the control of the Thani dynasty (Āl Thānī) in the 19th century. The Thani dynasty sought British patronage against competing tribal groups and against the Ottoman Empire—which occupied the country in the late 19th and early 20th centuries—and in exchange the United Kingdom controlled Qatar’s foreign policy until the latter’s independence in 1971. Thereafter the monarchy continued to nurture close ties with Western powers as a central pillar of its national security. Qatar has one of the world’s largest reserves of petroleum and natural gas and employs large numbers of foreign workers in its production process. Because of its oil wealth, the country’s residents enjoy a high standard of living and a well-established system of social services.The capital is the eastern coastal city of Doha (Al-Dawḥah), which was once a centre for pearling and is home to most of the country’s inhabitants. Radiating inland from its handsome Corniche, or seaside boulevard, Doha blends premodern architecture with new office buildings, shopping malls, and apartment complexes. Qatar’s traditions draw on a nomadic past and practices that are centuries old, from hand-woven products to falconry. However, the country’s population is urban and coastal, its daily life is thoroughly modern, and its rulers have sought to enhance civil liberties. The press is among the freest in the region, and though they are religious and traditional, Qataris pride themselves on their tolerance for the cultures and beliefs of others. On the status of the country’s large expatriate community, the ruling emir has noted that “in Qatar, they find security and a dignified livelihood.”
Slightly smaller in area than the U.S. state of Connecticut, the Qatar peninsula is about 100 miles (160 km) from north to south, 50 miles (80 km) from east to west, and is generally rectangular in shape. It shares a border with eastern Saudi Arabia where the peninsula connects to the mainland and is north and west of the United Arab Emirates. The island country of Bahrain lies some 25 miles (40 km) northwest of Qatar. A territorial dispute with Bahrain was resolved in 2001, when the International Court of Justice awarded the Ḥawār Islands (just off the coast of Qatar) to Bahrain and gave Qatar sovereignty over Janān Island and the ruined fortress-town of Al-Zubārah (on the Qatari mainland). That year Qatar also signed a final border demarcation agreement with Saudi Arabia.

Thanks You..



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

  −  3  =  5