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Qatar Today - - LETTERS -

With so much skep­ti­cism and con­tro­versy over the 2022 World Cup, one won­ders if this event is doomed from the start. Nev­er­the­less it is com­fort­ing to know that safety at in­ter­na­tional events of this mag­ni­tude is be­ing given pri­or­ity.

ANNE MARIE THOMAS Read­ing ‘A re­source­ful waste' I could not help but won­der if we as mid­dle class res­i­dents of this coun­try are do­ing nearly enough.

MIKE B E Un­like ev­ery year, I de­cided to stay on in Doha for the Eid hol­i­days. While there were a few fam­ily events at Souq Waqif and Katara, there was not much a sin­gle guy could do be­sides fre­quent the malls ev­ery day. Hope there is more planned for all mem­bers of so­ci­ety in com­ing years.

T KAKKISH Your piece on cy­ber­crime law was in­ter­est­ing. It re­mains to be seen how much free­dom is cur­tailed or con­trolled in the com­ing months.

MAHROUF D K

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