Two unique artworks that espouse Qatari nationalism and pride have made their Qatar debut on Thursday at ‘Geekdom’ – the country’s largest pop-culture event, which will run until December 4 at Buildings 18 and 19 inside Katara – The Cultural Village.
The festival, held at the Katara beach until Saturday, has the participation of Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Iraq, Turkey, India, Greece, and Zanzibar in this “one-of-a-kind edition.”
The Spanish city of Malaga witnessed last Thursday various popular activities in solidarity with Qatar. There was a peaceful march at Marqués de Larios Street, the most important commercial street in the city, in addition to a campaign to collect signatures of solidarity at 'Tamim Al Majd' mural.
On buildings, on cars, on ATM displays, T-shirts and mugs - the face of His Highness the Emir is everywhere.
Hundreds of students from various schools, colleges and universities in Qatar took part in a human formation of His Highness the Emir’s famous portrait, widely recognised as ‘Tamim Al Majd’, at the Aspire Dome on Thursday.