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The Yemeni human rights activist, Nada Al-Ahdal, has sparked widespread anger in Qatar for her participation in the virtual conference held by the Doha International Family Institute. In partnership with the League of Arab States, between 23 and 25 February.

And the hashtag No-Nada-Al-Ahdal-and-Who-Al-Ahdal-similar social media platforms in Qatar were issued, rejecting the participation of Nada Al-Ahdal in the virtual conference. Entitled “Marriage: Foundation and the Elements for Continuity,” in which experts, social researchers and representatives of civil society participate. And NGOs and youth.

Nada Al-Ahdal offends Islam and attacks Qatar

Qatari activists criticized the participation of Al-Ahdal, recalling her tweets on her Twitter account, in which they said they insulted the Islamic religion. In other tweets, she insulted the State of Qatar.

Amal Al-Mannai has a second opinion in the case of Nada Al-Ahdal, and wrote that her invitation to participate in the conference is an opportunity for her and all the participants. More importantly, for the conference and its outcomes, dialogue and open debate, the argument for argument, is better than exclusion and non-confrontation.

The story of Nada Al-Ahdal

The story of Nada Al-Ahdal, who today heads the Nada Foundation for the Protection of Child Rights in Yemen, began and was nominated in 2018 for the Nobel Prize for International Children.

She appeared in a two-minute video on YouTube in 2013, when she was 11 years old, explaining the pressure her family had put in place to force her to marry. In it, she talks about her fleeing from her family to avoid an imminent forced marriage, which caused a great media fanfare. Meanwhile, one of the local organizations, Siyaj, issued a statement questioning the veracity of the story and claiming that the child was exploited.

Al-Ahdal is active in the field of women’s rights and has funded two projects, “safe havens” to help girls and “Our dreams come true” for the education of displaced girls. In Yemen, the English language, from the proceeds of her book in which she told her story and was printed in French, Dutch and other languages.

In early February, the Doha Family Institute announced the holding of the conference, which will discuss issues of marriage and social and economic challenges. Age and marriage between late and early, the foundations of a happy marriage, experiences and challenges in cross-border marriage, overcoming the challenges of disability and marriage, in addition to marriage in the time of Corona, marriage in conflict areas, and has technology imposed its inevitability on marriage recently?

Sharifa Al-Emadi, Executive Director of the Doha International Family Institute, says that the importance of the conference stems from the importance of the marriage institution itself, on which societies are built. It is in her confinement that generations are raised. According to a report published by the “New Arab” website

She drew attention to the importance of studying how to support the institution of marriage, and addressing the immediate challenges it faces. To protect the marital relationship and ensure its safety in all possible ways, including the interventionist policies and programs. She hoped that the discussions would produce recommendations and action plans that would strengthen the institution of marriage.

It is noteworthy that the Doha International Family Institute is a member of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, and enjoys a special advisory capacity with the Council. United Nations Economic and Social.

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