Al-Jamali: National Sports Day coincides with the great victory made by our national team
February 12, 2019
The National Human Rights Committee participated in the national sports day in Aspire zone in the presence of senior officials and staff members and their families. In addition, there were large numbers of visitors from citizens and residents who participated in the activities of the Committee, including volleyball, and basketball.
Dr. Mohammed bin Saif Al-Kuwari, member of the National Human Rights Committee, said that the committee’s participation in the national sports day comes within the framework of its keenness to promote the concept of sport as one of the most fundamental pillars of human rights, noting that the culture of sport in any society is indicative of its civilization. Al-Kuwari appreciated the initiative of the wise leadership in designating such a day, pointing out that the leadership is fully aware of what sport can achieve in terms of social, economic and economic values. Al-Kuwari described the State of Qatar as an icon of sport in the Arab world, pointing out that the interest of the leadership in the sport has made Qatar an icon of sport that is difficult to beat, especially after the great victory made by the national team. The hosting of the World Cup 2022, in which the state has made significant strides towards the construction of facilities, make the leadership of the FIFA (Federation Internationale de Football Association) fully confident of the capacity of the State of Qatar to host the world cup and Sets an example of what is required to host and organize the world cup.
Mr. Sultan bin Hassan Al-Jamali, Assistant Secretary General of the National Human Rights Committee, said: “the national sports day coincided this year with the country’s celebrations of the great victory that our national team made by winning the Asian championship. The victory should be a source of pride for every Arab who is jealous of his Arabism. Al-Jamali pointed out that one of the most important benefits of sport is that it promotes ethical principles.
Al-Jamali stressed that the National Human Rights Committee calls on citizens and residents of the State of Qatar to engage in athletic activities regularly. Al Jamali added: “We are keen on the annual participation in this day because we consider our participation part of our keenness to promote human rights and we take this opportunity to raise awareness on the importance of sport because it is an essential component of the right to health and decent life”.