Hey! Welcome everybody. Well, my name is Momina (pronounced mo-mee-na) and I'm a student from Pakistan. I have been living in Doha, Qatar for the past 4 years. I am a bookworm who loves the outdoors, specialy because I live in Qatar. At night I am not afraid to go out because I know that Qatar is a very friendly community who likes to keep everyone safe and happy. Also, I go to Qatar Academy the best school in Qatar. I have an awesome class and a rocking teacher, Mr. Kruger, who had his birthday very recently, but thats not important right now. Qatar has a wonderful sunny desert where you can go sand duning. Or check out one of Qatar's sandy beaches, since Qatar is a peninnsula. Qatar's main language is Arabic. Marhaba is hello in arabic. Masalama is bye!



My First Draft (oh no!)

Qatar. What an elegent name. Feels like Aero's melting in your mouth. Thats why you shouldn't destroy it. Mostly because it will make the Aero's go away. But thats not the point. The point is that you should not destroy Qatar, like I said before. It's a rapid growing state with really good chocolate. I have to say it has the most nicest people I have ever met (including Mommy and Daddy and chocolate). If you don't believe me here is some hard evidence.

Qatar is an alive country. It has tons of divine leisure landmarks that you can get your head stuck in and wont get out until somebody comes and yanks it. the most popular landmark is the newly opened Museum of Islamic Arts near the Corniche. It had it's grand opening and is full of cultural islamic art that truly reflects what Qatar is all about. It has a unique building shape which grabs your attention from anywhere.
Next stop on the leisure trail is Villagio, home to all designer brands such as Ed Hardy, Louis Vouton and Dolce & Gabbanna. It also has an ice rink and a romantic gondala ride, INSIDE the mall! Next to Villagio is an awesome paintbal center thats opening soon. If your one of those people that like simpler brands, but still flashy, or just looking for some family fun, check out City Center! From food courts to Extreme World, City Center's all that and more!

Enough about leisure, let's talk sport. Doha is the capital of Qatar, and also the host for the 2006 Asian Games. It may be a while back but since then, Qatar has got a bigger variety of people from around the globe. Doha also holds the world's biggest indoor sport facility, Aspire. Aspire today, Inspire tommorrow. Thats their motto. Aspire consists of an olypic swimming pool, a diving station, obvioulsy a jaccuzi, two multi-sport halls. An indoor track with all that pole jumping and long jump e.t.c stuff. Then there's a huge gymnastics hall. But this is the one that really shocked me was that they have an actual size football pitch indoor! Additionaly they have outdoor pitches and other courts. Aspire is also located next to the Khalifa Stadium. Thats where the Asian Games were held. Aspire has also been visited by sport stars like Ronaldinio and David Beckham.


Well thats all I have to say. But that doesnt mean that there isn't anymore! Please come visit it or else I will be very sad. Hahahahaha no seriously, come. Remember, Qatar is always there to enjoy! Unless you guys destroy it. Oh no then the monkeys would go mad and---...... sorry, I lost my point.



My Second Draft (yippee)

Qatar. What an elegant name. Feels like Aero's melting in your mouth. That's why you shouldn't destroy it, mostly because an Al-Thani will kill you, but that's not the point. It's a rapidly growing state. I have to say it has the loveliest people I have ever met (including Mommy and Daddy). If you don't believe me here is some hard evidence.

Qatar is a very lively country. It has tons of divine leisure landmarks which you can get your head stuck in and won't get out until somebody comes and yanks it (I bet no one will because they love Qatar so much!). The most popular landmark is the newly opened Museum of Islamic Arts near the Corniche. It had its grand opening and is full of cultural Islamic art which truly reflects what Qatar is all about. It has a unique building shape which grabs your attention from anywhere.

Next stop on the leisure trail is Villagio, home to all designer brands such as Ed Hardy, Louis Vinton and Dolce & Gabbanna. It also has an ice rink and a romantic gondola ride, INSIDE the mall! Next to Villagio is an awesome paintball center that’s opening soon. If your one of those people that like simpler brands, but still flashy, or just looking for some family fun, check out City Center! From food courts to Extreme World, City Center's all that and more!

Enough about leisure, let's talk sport. Doha is the capital of Qatar, and also the host for the 2006 Asian Games which was probably the best thing that happened. It may be a while back but since then, Qatar has got a bigger variety of people from around the globe. Doha also holds the world's biggest indoor sport facility, Aspire. Aspire today, Inspire tomorrow. That’s their motto. A big blue dome, Aspire consists of an Olympic swimming pool, a diving station, obviously a Jacuzzi, two multi-sport halls and an indoor track with all that pole jumping and long jump e.t.c stuff. Then there's a huge gymnastics hall. But this is the one that really shocked me was that they have an actual size football pitch indoor! Oh, I forgot the gym. Additionally they have outdoor pitches and other courts. Aspire is also located next to the Khalifa Stadium. That’s where the Asian Games were held. Aspire has also been visited by sport stars like Ronaldinio and David Beckham.


Well that’s all I have to say, but that doesn’t mean that there isn't anymore! Please come visit it or else I will be very sad. Hahahahaha no seriously, come. Remember, Qatar is always there to enjoy! Unless you guys destroy it. Oh no then the monkeys would go mad and---...... sorry, I lost my point.


My Third Draft (oh boy!)

Greetings, Alien King! I am here, with my fellow classmates, to convince you to not destroy Qatar. First of all, Qatar. What an elegant name. Feels like M&M's melting in your mouth, doesn't it? It's a rapidly growing country, with I have to say the loveliest people I have ever met (including Mommy and Daddy) who are very facinated by you aliens. If you don't believe me here is some hard evidence.


Qatar is an Islamic country, but extremely tolerant to other religions and species, like aliens! Qatar is also a very lively country. It has tons of divine leisure landmarks which you can get your head stuck in and won't get out until somebody comes and yanks it (I bet no one will because they love Qatar so much!). The most popular landmark is the newly opened Museum of Islamic Arts near the Corniche. It had its grand opening and is full of cultural Islamic art which truly reflects what Qatar is all about. It has a unique building shape which grabs your attention from anywhere. Next stop on the leisure trail is Villagio, home to all designer brands such as Ed Hardy, Louis Vinton and Dolce & Gabbanna. It also has an ice rink and a romantic gondola ride, INSIDE the mall! Villagio has a peculiar design to make you feel as if you're in an Italian village. The shops are designed to look like typical Italian houses. If your one of those people that like simpler brands, but still flashy, or just looking for some family fun, check out City Center! From food courts to Extreme World, City Center's all that and more!

Well I think that's enough about Leisure, let's talk sport! Doha is the capital of Qatar, and also the host for the 2006 Asian Games which was probably the best thing that happened. It may be a while back but since then, Qatar has got a bigger variety of people from around the globe. Doha also holds the world's biggest indoor sport facility, Aspire. Aspire today, Inspire tomorrow. That’s their motto. A big blue dome, Aspire consists of an Olympic swimming pool, a diving station, obviously a Jacuzzi, two multi-sport halls and an indoor track with all that pole jumping and long jump e.t.c stuff. Then there's a huge gymnastics hall. But this is the one that really shocked me was that they have an actual size football pitch indoor! Oh, I forgot the gym. Additionally they have outdoor pitches and other courts. Aspire is also located next to the Khalifa Stadium. That’s where the Asian Games were held. Aspire has also been visited by sport stars like Ronaldinio and David Beckham.


Alic
e the camel had, 5 humps. Alice the camel had--... oh! you're here! Well, I bet all of you know that song, so I'm pretty sure that we should jump onto the local safari trail and look at the beautiful fauna and flora Qatar has given us to enjoy! Qatar is actually a beach in the desert. We have all the animals you need. On the land, camels and horses are very spectacular creatures. Camels are used for transportation in the desert where there are some villages. On the other hand, horses are used for racing. Sometimes horses are used for transportation, but only short distances. Additionaly, Doha, Qatar has a wonderful zoo which always gives full care to animals.

Well that’s all I have to say, but that doesn’t mean that there isn't anymore! Please come visit it or else I will be very sad. Hahahahaha no seriously, come. Remember, Qatar is always there to enjoy! Unless you guys destroy it. Oh no then the monkeys would go mad and---...... sorry, I lost my point.

My Final Draft (finaly! geez)



Qatar. What an elegant name. Feels like M&M's melting in your mouth, doesn't it? It's a rapidly growing country, with, I have to say, the loveliest people I have ever met (including Mommy and Daddy) who are very facinated by you aliens, but don’t get scared, we won’t test you or make you uncomfortable. If you don't believe me here is some hard evidence.

Qatar is an Islamic country, but extremely tolerant to other religions and species, like aliens! Qatar is also a very lively country. It has tons of divine leisure landmarks which you can get your head stuck in and won't get out until somebody comes and yanks it (I bet no one will because they love Qatar so much!). The most popular landmark is the newly opened Museum of Islamic Arts near the Corniche. It had its grand opening and is full of cultural Islamic art which truly reflects what Qatar is all about. It has a unique building shape which grabs your attention from anywhere. Next stop on the leisure trail is Villagio, home to all designer brands such as Ed Hardy, Louis Vinton and Dolce & Gabbanna. It also has an ice rink and a romantic gondola ride, INSIDE the mall! Villagio has a peculiar design to make you feel as if you're in an Italian village. The shops are designed to look like typical Italian houses. If your one of those people that like simpler brands, but still flashy, or just looking for some family fun, check out City Center! From food courts to Extreme World, City Center's all that and more!

Well I think that's enough about Leisure, let's talk sport! Doha is the capital of Qatar, and also the host for the 2006 Asian Games which was probably the best thing that happened. It may be a while back but since then, Qatar has got a bigger variety of people from around the globe. Doha also holds the world's biggest indoor sport facility, Aspire. Aspire today, Inspire tomorrow. That’s their motto. A big blue dome, Aspire consists of an Olympic swimming pool, a diving station, obviously a Jacuzzi, two multi-sport halls and an indoor track with all that pole jumping and long jump e.t.c stuff. Then there's a huge gymnastics hall. But this is the one that really shocked me was that they have an actual size football pitch indoor! Oh, I forgot the gym. Additionally they have outdoor pitches and other courts. Aspire is also located next to the Khalifa Stadium. That’s where the Asian Games were held. Aspire has also been visited by sport stars like Ronaldinio and David Beckham.


Alic
e the camel had, 5 humps. Alice the camel had--... oh! you're here! Well, I bet all of you know that song, so I'm pretty sure that we should jump onto the local safari trail and look at the beautiful fauna and flora Qatar has given us to enjoy! Qatar is actually a beach in the desert. We have all the animals you need. On the land, camels and horses are very spectacular creatures. Camels are used for transportation in the desert where there are some villages. On the other hand, horses are used for racing. Sometimes horses are used for transportation, but only short distances. Additionaly, Doha, Qatar has a wonderful zoo which always gives full care to animals.

Well that’s all I have to say, but that doesn’t mean that there isn't anymore! Please come visit it or else I will be very sad. Hahahahaha no seriously, come. Remember, Qatar is always there to enjoy! Unless you guys destroy it. Oh no then the monkeys would go mad and---...... sorry, I lost my point.