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ISADC 2014 Closing Ceremony

ISADC 2014 Closing Ceremony

Publication Date:
26 Mar 2014
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HE Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani attends the International Schools Arabic Debating Championship closing ceremony. Turkey takes the first place, Yemen in Second, Jordan in third and Qatar in Fourth.

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Under the patronage of HE Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani, Vice Chairman of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, the International Schools Arabic Debating Championship organized by QatarDebate, member of Qatar Foundation concluded during a closing ceremony which took place on Wednesday, 26th March 2014 at the Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC).

Attending the ceremony was HE Saad bin Ibrahim Al Mohannadi, Chairman of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, in addition to the delegations from the countries participating in the international championship that include 22 teams from 18 Arab countries and four foreign countries.

The Yemeni and Turkish teams competed in the final round after going through a fierce semifinal with Qatar and Jordan. In the final debate, the two teams addressed the following topic: "This House believes that the deterioration of the Arabic language is caused by the different Arabic dialects.” The Turkish team, Ihsan Jamal and Yousef Snu and Osama Bakha, represented the opposition, and the Yemeni team, Osama Haider and Muayed Al Razhy and Dia Saeed, represented the proposition. The competing members from each team strived to defend their own views on the case, where they submitted a set of arguments and evidence that supported their position amid the admiration and applause of the audience who showed their excitement during the final debate.

The judges panel included: Wadha Al-Hajri from Qatar, Amina Juma from Egypt, Ali Al Sweidy from Qatar, Nabil Al Mufrih from Kuwait , Mohammad Salman from Malaysia, Ibrahim El Qarqouri from Tunisia, Fahd Al Subaie from Kuwait, and Saad Al Assad from Sudan.

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