|English: Peace to the Prince|
National anthem of Qatar
|Lyrics||Sheikh Mubarak bin Saif al-Thani|
|Music||Abdulaziz Nasser Al Fakhro|
as-Salam al-Amiri (Arabic: السلام الأميري, as-Salām al-Amīrī, meaning "Peace to the Prince") is the national anthem of the state of Qatar. It was written by Sheikh Mubarak bin Saïf al Thani and the tune is the work of Abdulaziz bin Nasser Obaidan Al Fakhro.
The anthem of Kuwait was also called as-Salam al-Amiri from 1951–1978.
History and use
The anthem was developed in December 1996 upon the accession of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani to the throne. It was first used at a Gulf Cooperation Council meeting held in Qatar in December of that year.
|Arabic lyrics||Transliteration||English translation|
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- "English Translation of National Anthem of Qatar". Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Qatar.
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- Ministry of Foreign Affairs - The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs' page on the National Anthem.
- Qatar: As Salam al Amiri - Audio of the national anthem of Qatar, with information and lyrics
- 15th Asian Games - Qatar National Anthem played at the 15th Asian Games Closing Ceremonies. Hosted by YouTube.
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