Kuwait national anthem song

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Who wrote the Kuwaiti national anthem (lyrics and music)?

When was the national anthem of Kuwait officially adopted?

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The National anthem of Kuwait is “Al-Nasheed Al-Watani” which means in English “National Anthem”.
Kuwait’s anthem lyrics were written by Ahmad MUSHARI al-Adwani and the music was written by Ibrahim Nasir al-SOULA.
Adopted 1978; The Anthem Is Only Used On Formal Occasions.
National anthem of Kuwait free mp3 download
Press to download the mp3 file of Kuwait’s National anthem – See link (file source: cia world factbook).
Listen to Kuwait national anthem on Youtube
Kuwaiti anthem lyrics (English translation)
Kuwait, my country, may you be safe and glorious!
May you always enjoy good fortune!
You are the cradle of my ancestors,
Who put down its memory.
With everlasting symmetry, showing all eternity,
Those Arabs were heavenly,
Kuwait, my country,
May you be safe and glorious!
May you always enjoy good fortune.
Blessed be my Country a homeland for harmony,
Warded by true sentry giving their soils aptly,
Building high its history, Kuwait,
My country, we’re for you my Country,
Led by faith and loyalty,
With its Amir equally,
Fencing us all fairly, with warm love and verity,
Kuwait, my country,
May you be safe and glorious.
May you always enjoy good fortune!
You can find more information about Kuwaiti anthem on Wikipedia – See link.
Sheet Music: View the Kuwaiti national anthem sheet music – See link.


Kuwaiti national symbol: golden falcon.

Kuwait flag

Conventional short form country name: Kuwait.
Conventional long form country name: State of Kuwait.
Local short form country name: Al Kuwayt.
Local long form country name: Dawlat al Kuwayt.
Kuwait Government Type: constitutional emirate.
Emirate is similar to a monarchy or sultanate, but a government in which the supreme power is in the hands of an emir (the ruler of a Muslim state); the emir may be an absolute overlord or a sovereign with constitutionally limited authority.ֲ