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#QTip: 5 More Arabic sounds and what they mean.

#QTip: 5 More Arabic sounds and what they mean

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You guys loved our previous episode of unusual sounds Arab's make and what they mean so we had to make another! 

These aren't  necessarily words (although some are) but sounds that have meaning behind them. They might be useful so you know what's going on next time you hear it :)

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#QTip: The Blooper Episode!

#QTips: The Blooper Episode!

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We all make mistakes! Enjoy!

 

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#QTip: Why Arabs don't use their left hand

#QTip: Why Arabs don't use their left hand

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You probably noticed that Arabs dont typically use their left hands. That's because it's the dirty hand. It's the hand you use to wash up down there. The right hand is what you should use for eating, shaking hands, and just interacting in general. The right shoulder is where the angel sits. Now take that left hand away.  

Oh and of course there are exceptions as to when to use the left hand, like when you can't use your right.

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#QTip: How to get a thobe made

#QTip: How to get a thobe made

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Alright we decided to put together a quick guide for people who want to get a thobe tailored. Hopefully this answers quite a few things :) like it? Don't forget to share and thumbs up! 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mykQOR2v0Z4

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#QTip: Camping in the Qatari Desert (and do you need a permit?)

#QTip: Camping in the Qatari Desert (and do you need a permit?)

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Here's what you need to take with you if you're camping in the desert in Qatar. We're talking falcons, we're talking an entourage of camels, we're talking-- no... in all honestly... we're not saying that. Watch the video to find out what you need to take and to find out whether you need a permit to go camping too!

Let us know what you think of this video :)

Youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4mg0_4-mhA

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#QTip: can foreigners wear thobes?

#QTip: can foreigners wear thobes?

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YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqanwKjcAwo

Have you ever wondered whether it's alright for you to wear a thobe? Well the answer from us Qataris to you is, of course! We'd be honored and proud to see people from all over the world embracing our culture and wearing our national dress. We've got friends from Australia, America, Pakistan, or even Nigeria that wear thobes. It's comfortable and is one of the few clothes that can be worn formally and casually.

#QTip: 5 Ways to wear your Ghitra

#QTip: 5 Ways to wear your Ghitra

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DONjerTrOeI

Oh yes, now that you're in Qatar, you'll probably want to try on a thobe. It's important that you choose the right Ghitra style though. So we're showing you 5 ways (plus a bonus way) of wearing. What's your favourite one?

 

1- Business Mode (Hamad's choice)

2- Cobra (Mr. Q's choice) - Qatari style

3- Trimba

4- Mi3ris - Wedding style

5- Nis Cobra

Bonus!

6- Rabit Mode

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#QTip: The true meaning of Inshallah

#QTip: The true meaning of Inshallah

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Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5b1rA_Uysk

It's about time someone set the record straight. Inshallah is a good phrase and sadly many people use it negatively. When you say Inshallah, it means you will do your absolute best and unless there is some form of divine intervention that stops you. God wants you to do your best, not use the phrase as an excuse! Otherwise a meteor might fall on your head!

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