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"Qatar is a different place in terms of culture. You can find girls here who look like me. There is a little bit of racism that we're used to. There are a lot of stereotypes and a lot of misunderstanding. It's not just about their culture, it's about how you present yourself and how you look." – Zahra, 21, student

"I'm a student here. I didn't have any contact with other students from here. I'm used to not seeing many people from my culture. It's a very open, open country. So I don't really feel that there are big problems with the qataris." – Nadia, 21, student

"When I first came to Qatar I didn't even have a visa yet. We don't know where we're going to stay. It's so crowded and so full, people get confused by the difference between Qatar and the UAE. I think it's a really interesting country, you just get the chance to experience it for the first time, which is really cool." – Ali, 19, student

"The most important thing is being yourself. Being happy. This is a very unique, and special place and if you're happy, you'll be well taken care of." – Mariam, 23, student

"As the country gets bigger, more and more people are able to afford more. I think it's because people can afford to pay more for things. A little bit more money is worth a lot in terms of the quality of life. If you're sweedish men not paying the bills or if you're having a hard time getting a loan for a car or a home, you're going to be on the streets. That's really sad." – Fazal, 24, student

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"This country is amazing . I love my country. This is such a beautiful country. I wouldn't want to live anywhere else. I think it is the best country in the world. And I think you should be proud of it. But I'm not sure how this affects me in the long run. I love that we have freedom here, and I think that's really the best part. We're not in some dictatorship, but in a democratic state.

But then you have to wonder why the country would not take better care of their people and the planet. We can be the greatest nation in the world and still not have the world's best social and environmental policy. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the story of Qatar, a country I'm proud to call my own. My first thought was, of course, the country is rich and they've been working hard for it, but I was also reminded of all the other countries that have some of the same problems as Qatar. The problem in the world is not that we don't care about our people, but rather that we're not doing enough to make a difference. We have the highest gross domestic product per capita of all the countries in the world, yet only 1/5 muslims marriage of the population has access to clean water and only about 4% of the country has internet access. So while our people have a lot to be proud of, I'm also reminded of what other countries around the world, who have had a lot of difficulty getting things done, are still fighting against. This country, and its people, are vivastreet pakistani the kind of country that makes it so easy for me to do something as small as giving a speech. And if I want to do something big, like making a difference, this is the place I can do it.

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