1. No public displays of affection. Kissing, hugging, and some places even holding hands. The exception is when greeting: In Qatar, men and women greet friends of the same sex with three kisses on the cheek.
Most citizens are Sunni Muslims, and almost all of the remaining citizens are Shia Muslims. Reliable figures are unavailable, but estimates based solely on the religious composition of expatriates suggest Muslims, while they are the largest religious group, likely make up less than half of the total population.