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Qatar’s Holidays

Qatar’s Holidays. Source: www.nationalgeographic.com. Qatar’s Independence Day. Celebrated September 1 st -3 rd Dancing Visiting the Ameir Military air show Dining out. The Qatar Flag!. Source: www.greatestcities.com. Ramadan. Muslims in prayer!. Muslim holiday Lasts for one month

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Qatar’s Holidays

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  1. Qatar’s Holidays Source: www.nationalgeographic.com

  2. Qatar’s Independence Day • Celebrated September 1st-3rd • Dancing • Visiting the Ameir • Military air show • Dining out The Qatar Flag! Source: www.greatestcities.com

  3. Ramadan Muslims in prayer! • Muslim holiday • Lasts for one month • Prayers • Fasting from dawn until dusk • Family meals at night Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews

  4. Eid-Al-Fitr Muslims buy sweets to celebrate! • Marks the end of Ramadan • Lasts for three days • Taxes given to the poor • Prayers • Street festivals • Visiting family and friends Source: news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews

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