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    Qatar-icon.png Qatar

    Qatarball, officially the State of Qatarball or State of Guitarball is a countryball which slaves other poor countryballs countryball in Middle East. It borders the Persian/Arabian Gulf to the North, East, and West, and Saudi Arabia-icon.png Saudi Arabiaball to the South. The country is divided into 8 municipalities, including its capital Qatar-icon (division).png Dohaball. It Secretly funds terrorists.

    Being geographically in the Arabian Peninsula, as well as having a majority Kebab population and large ammounts of oil reserves, gives Qatarball the ability to join the Arab League-icon.png Arab Leagueball, GCC-icon.png Gulf Cooperation Councilball, OIC-icon.png OICball, and OPEC-icon.png OPECball, as well as the UN-icon.png UNball like almost every other countryball in the world.

    Its national day is December 18th.

    It will host the FIFA World Cup in 2022, not during the summer, but in winter, allowing the World Cup final to take place on Qatar's National Day.

    It is small but very rich. The IMF estimated Qatar's GDP per capita to be over US$100,000 in 2012 but fell below $60,000 in 2016 when oil prices plummeted. The most recent estimate for 2022 puts its GDP per capita at $84,000.

    It is the lowest crime rate Countryball in UN-icon.png UNball.

    History

    Paleolithic Age (-8000 BC)

    In 1961, a Denmark-icon.png Danish archaeological expedition carried out on the peninsula uncovered approximately 30,000 stone implements from 122 paleolithic sites. Most of the sites were situated along the coastline, and were divided into four separate cultural groups based on flint typology. Macrolithic tools such as scrapers, arrowheads and hand axes dating to the lower and middle paleolithic periods were among the discoveries.

    Neolithic period (8000–3800 BC)

    Al Da'asa, a settlement located on the northeast coast of Qatar, is the most extensive Ubaid site in the country. It was excavated by the same Denmark-icon.png Danish team in 1961. The site is theorized to have accommodated a small sasonal encampment, possibly a lodging for a hunting-fishing-gathering group who made recurrent visits. This is evidenced by the discovery of nearly sixty fire pits at the site, which may have been used to cure and dry fish, in addition to flint tools such as scrapers, cutters, blades and arrow heads. Furthermore, many painted Ubaid potsherds and a carnelian bead were found in the fire pits, suggesting overseas connections.

    Caliph rule (600-900)

    Qatar was described as a famous horse and camel breeding centre for Umayyad-icon.png Umayyadball. It began benefiting from its commercially strategic position in the Persian Gulf during the 8th century, going on to become a center of pearl trading.

    During the Second Fitna, a renowned Khariji commander named Qatari ibn al-Fuja'a, who was described as the most popular, admired and powerful Khariji leader, led the Azariqa, a sub-sect of the Khawarij, in to numerous battles. He held the title of Amir al-Mu'minin and ruled over the radical Azariqa movement for more than 10 years. Born in Al Khuwayr in Qatar, he also minted the first known Kharjite coins, the earliest of which dated to 688 or 689.

    Usfurids and Ormus control (1253–1515)

    Much of Eastern Arabia was controlled by the Usfuridsball in 1253, but control of the region was later seized by the prince of Ormus in 1320. Qatarball's pearls provided the kingdom with one of its main sources of income. Kingdom of Portugal-icon.png Portuguese Empireball defeated the Ormus by 1507 following the destruction of their fleet by Afonso de Albuquerque's forces. However, Albuquerque's captains grew rebellious and he was compelled to abandon the Ormus island. Ultimately, in 1515, King Manuel I killed Sultan Saifuddin's vizier Reis Hamed, pressuring the sultan to become a vassal of King Manuel.

    Portuguese and Ottoman control (1521–1670)

    Bahrain-icon.png Bahrainball and mainland Qatar had been seized by Kingdom of Portugal-icon.png Portuguese Empireball in 1521. After the Portuguese claimed control, they constructed a series of fortresses along the Arabian Coast. However, there have been no significant Portuguese ruins found in Qatar. Kingdom of Portugal-icon.png Portuguese Empireball focused on creating a commercial empire in Eastern Arabia, and exported gold, silver, silks, cloves, amber, horses and pearls. The population of Al-Hasa submitted voluntarily to the rule of Ottoman-icon.png Ottomanball in 1550, preferring them to Kingdom of Portugal-icon.png Portuguese Empireball.

    After the Kingdom of Portugal-icon.png Portuguese were expelled from the area in 1602 by the Dutch Empire-icon.png Dutch and British Empire-icon.png British, Ottoman-icon.png Ottomanball saw little need to maintain a military presence in the Al-Hasa region. As a result, Ottoman-icon.png Ottomanball was removed by Bani Khalidball in 1670.

    British dominance (1915-1971)

    (WIP)


    Qatarball was independent only since 1971. Before that date, it was under the dominance of UK-icon.png UKball since 1915 when {I|Ottoman}} Ottomanball had withdrew for teh Great War.

    In 1991, it was against Iraq-icon.png Iraqball for to help Kuwait-icon.png Kuwaitball.

    In 2022 it can into World Cup, and uses India-icon.png Pakistan-icon.png Bangladesh-icon.png Slaves paid workers to build the stadiums, however it risks having the tournament being taken away from him.

    Recently, it's in diplomatic tensions with Saudi Arabia-icon.png Saudi Arabiaball for calling it supporting lots of terror organizations including ISIS-icon.png ISISball and having a stronger ties with Iran-icon.png Iranball and Turkey-icon.png Turkeyball. But Qatarball denounce that accusation and this crisis still ongoing.

    In December 2018, Qatarball announced that it was going to leave OPEC-icon.png OPECball in January 2019. In 2021, Qatarball And Saudi Arabia-icon.png Saudi Arabiaball's border reopened again, and they Started becoming friends again.

    Flag Colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    White 255, 255, 255 N/A #FFFFFF
    Maroon 142, 20, 58 C0-M86-Y59-K44 #8E143A

    Relationships

    Friends

    Neutral

    • Sudan-icon.png Sudanball - We gib them money and it friends with Turkey-icon.png Turkey, But that was the old thing, now, we are not a group of people.
    • Saudi Arabia-icon.png Saudi Arabiaball - We're reopening relations again.
    • UAE-icon.png UAEball - We're ok now after the crisis.
    • Morocco-icon.png Moroccoball - Neutral friend of mine, I support it and its autonomy plans against Polisario, but it is bit too friendly with UAE-icon.png Saudi-puppet and Saudi Arabia-icon.png Terrorist Saudi Arabia, but at the same time,we both are friends with Somalia-icon.png Somaliaball. Anyway, thank you for not joining the boycott against me :)
    • India-icon.png Indiaball - Well it is good but yuo hate my buddies.
    • China-icon.png Chinaball - Great trading partner, but it is being al jerk to its Turkic child Xinjiangball. I support anything that is against ISIS groups, but please stop hurting those Muslim siblings.
    • Malaysia-icon.png Malaysiaball - Can into success economy like me. Also, stop calling al news “fake”! They are real and always be authentic!

    Enemies

    • Israel-icon.png Israelcube - STOP BULLYING Palestine-icon.png PALESTINEBALL! AND YOU WANT BUILD THE GREAT ISRAELI EMPIRE!? NO WAY! Solve your shit with Palestineball and maybe then we can be on better terms. BUT AS LONG AS YOU ARE MEAN TO HIM WE WILL NEVER BE FRIENDS!!, I mean you can sell diamonds to me though, I like diamonds.
    • Russia-icon.png Russiaball - You listen to me you shit, I signed a gas deal with Germany-icon.png Germanyball to cut your reliance… WTF DID YOU DO?! WHY WOULD YOU INVADE Ukraine-icon.png UKRAINE?! THATS IT! IM BANNING YOU FROM FIFA 2022!!
    • Bangladesh-icon.png Bangladeshball - Just because I have lots of your domestic workers with a small salary does not mean im a slaver. Stop calling me that! Anyway we still support Palestine.
    • Syria-icon.png Syriaball - REMOVE ASSAD! YOU MAY BE IRAN'S FRIEND BUT YOU WILL NEVER BE MY FRIEND. ALSO, STOP SAYING I SUPPORT ISIS, U STUPID BITCH!!
    • ISIS-icon.png ISISball - You want jihad? NO WAY! 
    • Ethiopia-icon.png Ethiopiaball - This idiot who broke ties with me because I support Somalia-icon.png Somaliaball in the Somaliland dispute. You are an also a Israel-icon.png Zionist main African puppet and spy. That's why we Arabs don't like stupid Ethiopian immigrants because we know your true intentions (Your Israel's SPIES) so stay AWAY!
    • Somaliland-icon.png Somalilandball - This evil little Oily Issaq is causing so much troubles to my Somalia-icon.png poor Arab sibling so stop protesting!! You will never be recognize. Also the Isaaq genocide never happened. WTF is wrong with you terrorist kaffir? Also you stole Iran's flag! REMOVE REMOVE REMOVE REMOVE REMOVE REMOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Monaco-icon.png Monacoball and Macau-icon.png Macauball - YUO DON'T OWN ANY ECONOMY AND YUO HAVE FAKE GDP PER CAPITA! AND AS FOR YOU MONACO I'M THE RICHEST COUNTRY NOT YOU!
    • CAR-icon.png Central African Republicball - STUPID SHIT KEBAB REMOVER!
    • Qajar-icon.png Qajarball - Name stealer!
    • Myanmar-icon.png Myanmarball - HEY, YOU, STOP MURDERING Rohingya-icon.png ROHINGYAS, YOU MURDERER!!!
    • Saffarid dynasty-icon.png Saffaridball - Flag stealer!

    How to draw

    Draw Qatarball is simple:

    • Draw the basic circle shape
    1. Divide it into two vertical stripes using a triangled lines, decentralized to left.
    2. Color the right part moderate crimson
    3. Draw eyes and you've finished.

    Gallery

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    Polandball Wiki has a gallery of artwork, comics, gifs and videos of Qatarball.

    Click here to see it.



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