QATAR, Qatar Leadership Academy


Khaled Alkhodhair
Khaled Alkhodhair

From Qatar and the Qatar Leadership School (QLA) we have received many designs. A big thank you to everyone involved in the whole process of the 2016 Schools’ International Peace Quilt project.

The first design has been done by Khalid Alkhodhair age 14.

We all wish for peace because war separates people and peace unites them by Khalid.

Sultan Al Kuwari 9A
Sultan Al – Kuwari 9A

We all wish for peace because its a right by Sultan Al Kuwari 9A.

Basil Al Kanderi
Basil Al Kanderi

We all wish for peace because we are one family by Basil Al Khanderi age 14.

Eyad Al Khanderi
Eyad Al Khanderi

We all wish for peace because we all want to have a peaceful life by Eyad Al Khanderi 9A.

Mohammed Al Qasmi
Mohammed Al Qasmi

Peace is precious so we should share it through the world by Mohammed Al Qasmi aged 14.

Abdulla Al Haram
Abdulla Al Haram

Peace and Joy by Abdulla Al Haram from 9A.

Khaled Sharfadeen 9A
Khaled Sharfadeen

We all wish for peace because the world could be a better world by Khaled Sharfadeen aged 14.

Salman Muamen
Salman Muamen

We all wish for peace because a peaceful world is a beautiful world by Salma Muamen 14 yrs old.

Abdullaziz Alowaidan
Abdullaziz Alowaidan

We all wish for peace because its just right by Abdullaziz Alowaidan.

Fahad Althuaiti
Fahad Althuaiti

Fahad has included a variety of flags in his drawing, thereby bringing countries together in the name of peace.

Hamad Sulaiti
Hamad Sulaiti

We all wish for peace because its relaxing by Hamad Sulaiti aged 14.

A big thank you to all the students for their lovely, artistic designs. Additional thanks to Ms Vassiliki Varellas for helping to coordinate the project for Qatar and to all other staff involved.

Qatar Flag Meaning:

The white portion of the Qatar flag symbolizes peace and the maroon, which was formerly red, represents the Kharijite Muslims of Qatar and the bloodshed in Qatar’s many wars. The serrated edge represents Qatar as the 9th member of the ‘reconciled Emirates’ of the Arabian Gulf at the conclusion of the Qatari-British treaty in 1916.

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