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Menatalla Ibrahim

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Menatalla Ibrahim is an Egyptian journalist based in Qatar. Her work has been published in various news outlets including VICE, Gulf times and Aljazeera. She joined the newly re-launched Doha News in 2020 as a journalist that covers a wide range of Qatar’s daily events and topics that concern society, from the blockade, the pandemic, to migrant rights.

PSG’s Nasser Al-Khelaifi re-elected to UEFA executive committee

Al Khelaifi received praise this week for his firm decision against joining the controversial Super League.  Chairman and CEO of Paris Saint-German Nasser Al-Khelaifi...

PSG’s Nasser Al Khelaifi praised for ‘firm’ stance against joining Super League

Al Khelaifi's solid decline to join the 'Super League' has now played in his favour. Paris St Germain's owner Nasser Al Khalaifi was "pushed and...

Qatar’s vaccination drive covers 35.5% of adults with at least one dose

Qatar has now lowered the Covid-19 vaccination eligibility age to 35. More than 35.5% of adults in Qatar have now received at least one dose...

Keen on preserving Qatari heritage? Here’s how to get involved

The committee aims to preserve the Qatari heritage for more generations to come.  Qatar University (QU), together with the College of Arts and Sciences, has...

Qatar seeks to put food on table for 1.6 million fasting people worldwide

Meals have already been given to vulnerable communities, including Syrian refugees and Turkish families with limited income. Qatar Charity is seeking to distribute iftar...

UAE releases Omani student convicted in dubious Qatar espionage case

Qatar has denied all allegations and condemned the sentence as unjust.  Emirati authorities released an Omani student who was sentenced to life in prison and...

Renowned Qatar-based Muslim scholar Qaradawi contracts Covid-19

95 year old Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi is regarded to be one of the most prominent religious authorities in the Muslim world and has been...

Qatar provides free bread for thousands of displaced families in Syria

The organisation have helped thousands of vulnerable people around the world, with a specific focus on Syria and Palestine in recent years.  Qatar Charity ...
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