The new national symbol of Qatar has been launched with a different feature and innovation. The new design has done away with the earlier circular shape, incorporating symbols that evoke the country’s rich culture and heritage. The symbols in the emblem represent the country’s legacy as well as its bright future. The same heritage elements used in the old logo have been retained but changes have been made to its design.
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The four symbols of the new emblem are to strengthen the unity and faith of the people of the country. Officials informed that this is to convince the citizens and expatriates of the country that we are one country and one administration. The main elements of the national emblem are the ocean, sword, palm and uru, which are intertwined with the history of Qatar. These four symbols represent the country’s rich past and its leap into the future.
A video explaining the history and features of the Qatar National Emblem since 1966 has also been released by the Qatar Government Communications Department as part of the launch of the new emblem. This is the first time since 1976 that Qatar has made changes to its national emblem. The two swords are the main element in the new symbol as well. Invoking the country’s security and strength, they are modeled after the sword of Qatar’s founder. They are also a symbol of the nation’s sense of pride and fighting spirit.
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Another is the emblem of the boat ‘Fathahul Khair’, the first conventional motor-powered boat in Qatar’s history. Built in 1900, it is also a symbol of Qatar’s prosperity. The sea, which is the most important part of Qatari heritage, is also included in the national symbol. The ocean was once the main source of income for the country. And three sides of the country are surrounded by ocean. The new symbol highlights the importance of the sea in Qatar’s economic development. Also, the symbol of the palm tree is included in the new emblem as a symbol of the country’s growth and generosity.
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