The Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, formally invited Kuwaiti school students to attend one of the FIFA World Cup matches, as a gift of gratitude for a video published by the school in celebration of Qatar's organization of the first World Cup on Arab soil.
After her star shone on social networking sites against the background of a visible spread of her celebration of the Arab World Cup;
Here is the Court of Martyrs School for Boys in the State of Kuwait, returning to the fore once again, and this time it is celebrating an invitation from the Emir of the State of Qatar to attend a match in the World Cup.
A message from the prince
The school received a letter from the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from the hands of the Ambassador of the State of Qatar in Kuwait, Ali bin Abdullah Al Mahmoud, bearing an invitation from the Emir of the State of Qatar to the Court of Martyrs High School for Boys, to attend one of the World Cup matches.
His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of the country, “may God protect him,” invites the Court of Martyrs High School in Kuwait to attend one of the matches # World_Cup_Qatar_2022, after a video spread of students celebrating the start of the World Cup in #Qatar pic.twitter.com/MpLSLSbsVI
- Khaled bin Mubarak Al-Kuwari (@kalkawari75) November 27, 2022
The Qatari ambassador also praised the video clip, which was widely circulated on communication platforms.
For his part, the assistant director at Court of Martyrs High School, Abdullah Zakaria, published a picture of the surprise visit from the Qatari ambassador to Kuwait to the school, and commented on it: “Thank you, His Excellency the Qatari ambassador, for his surprise visit to Court of Martyrs High School, and praise for the video that spread on social media in support of Qatar. And thanks to His Highness Prince Sheikh Tamim for inviting the high school family to attend one of the World Cup matches.
Kuwaiti celebration of the "best version of the World Cup"
The school students had appeared in a celebration they organized in their school, to celebrate Qatar's organization of the 2022 World Cup, and it was documented by the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas in mid-November.
Students of the Court of Martyrs School celebrate the hosting of the sister state of Qatar for the # World_Cup_2022 pic.twitter.com/IA9CpObMN6
- Al-Qabas (@alqabas) November 17, 2022
In the famous video clip, the students described the Qatari organization of the football tournament as "the best version of the World Cup," and considered Qatar's success in it an Arab success.
Regarding the idea of preparing this clip in the school, the assistant principal at the Court of Martyrs High School, Abdullah Zakaria, said that its goal was to raise Gulf flags to reinforce the idea that "the Gulf is one," stressing that Qatari popular support is an extension of support for the political leadership in the State of Kuwait.
"You saluted twice as much."
Zakaria explained - in his interview with the Sanad news verification agency - "We emphasized in the event that we are all in the heart of Qatar, and that Qatar's success is the success of Kuwait, the Gulf and the Islamic nation, and from this standpoint we set out to support Qatar."
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As for the great success achieved by the clip on social networking sites and the gift of the Emir of the State of Qatar, the assistant director of the Court of Martyrs High School indicated that "everyone was surprised by the spread of the school's video clip, and it became (the trend) on communication sites, until the Qatari ambassador to Kuwait visited us. And he gave us an invitation in the name of His Highness Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and that he wanted to see us in Qatar and attend one of the matches.
Abdullah Zakaria thanked the Emir of Qatar for his invitation, and said, "Thank you, Tamim al-Majd. You saluted many folds, and thank you to everyone who shared this joy with us, and we repeat the full support for Qatar and the people of Qatar."