"I am a Qatari and I don't mind that you're insulting us that much, because I see that you've suffered when you came here and it's very probable that you did... I also detest how the youth here have turned out, the majority of them are stuck up and ignorant and only care for superficial things but I'd like to justify why they act that way...
I honestly think that all the problems in Qatar spawned from the shitty ass ruling family here... they're the ones who dictate what's "cool" to wear and do and thus the youth follow them like the lambs they are... and 99% of the ruling family's members are stuck up pieces of shit and I agree with all of the list's insults if it was directed at them... and by the ruling family, I mean anybody who's last name is the same as the Amir.
Members of the ruling family are the ones known to marry their relatives (so the family fortunes won't go to other people)... most faggots in Qatar are from the ruling family , they're the most superficial people with their lambos and porches and watches that would cost a labor worker his salary for a 100 months, and they, as I've said earlier, are the most stuck up.
But the people don't complain or speak because they are being forcefully silenced by the power of money and greed, like their mouths are being stuffed with money so they speak up...
However, I must admit that most expats that I've seen have it pretty much made up here, or else they wouldn't even be in here... as you've said, it's hot and humid and people here are not welcoming and above all, people part with their families to come here, so if they didn't have a good enough reason to be here, they wouldn't... by expats I don't mean Indians and Filipinos but Americans and Brits etc.
and If anybody who's currently in Qatar and is being treated unfairly and is reading this, the human rights building is in Duhael opposite to Dahl al hamam park... I hope that they help you as they've helped others.
In conclusion, I'd like to thank you for making this website... thanks to it, you've revealed to alot of people how much this place needs improvement before it can be called a satisfactory place to live in... I just hope that this won't continue in my children's generation.
Posted as a comment on 9 September 2010