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Why I talk to my children about Palestine and politics

As traumatising videos surface online, your children may start asking some difficult political questions. I was 12 when I witnessed the Lebanese war. I knew little about it until I was forced to leave my...

This four-year-old girl just broke a world record in Qatar

Young Eshal's great achievement was recorded in the International Book of Records of 2021. At just four years old, little genius Eshal Marwa Firos Khan set the world record for reciting all the elements in...

Ramadan crafts: How to make Garangao baskets

Want your Garangao bag to stand out of the rest? Here's how you can make your own! Garangao is one of the most exciting festivities of Ramadan and is celebrated on the 14th night of...

Garangao: The Gulf’s favourite Ramadan tradition

On the 14th evening of the holy month of Ramadan, countries in the Gulf celebrate a time-old tradition that is unique to the region - Garangao. In the Gulf, the midway point of Ramadan is...

More than 600 enrol at EAA’s tuition-free Second Assalam School

The school provides tuition-free schooling to vulnerable Arabic-speaking children.  Over 600 children enrolled at Education Above All (EAA) Foundation’s Second Assalam School, marking a successful transition from the academic year 2019-20 to 2020-21. https://twitter.com/EAA_Foundation/status/1382261688628609024 Established in partnership...

16-year-old Qatar-based violinist wins Gulf music award

The 16-year-old prodigy played tunes by some of the world’s most famous composers.  Violinist Tricia NG, from Parkhouse School Doha, won the pan-Gulf music competition for young singers and instrumentalists. Despite this being her first time...
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