Qatar World Cup Tourists Head to This Mosque to Learn About Islam

  • Publish date: Friday، 25 November 2022
Qatar World Cup Tourists Head to This Mosque to Learn About Islam
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Tourists for the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar are heading to the Katara Cultural Village Mosque in Qatar's capital to learn more about Islam.

Questions can be directed to multilingual male and female preachers at the mosque explain unclear rules, views, and practices these tourists have on Islam.

There are more than 30 languages electronic boards about Islam at the door are positioned to allow visitors to view them on their phones as well as read multiple language booklets.

World Cup fans encounter hadiths — words, actions, or habits of Prophet Muhammad — on the walls of streets, describing the importance of good deeds.

The opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022 was held last Sunday at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, where the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran by 20-year-old Ghanim Al Muftah, also a FIFA World Cup ambassador, enthralled the audience.