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7 Special Things Qatar Did For 2022 World Cup

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7 Special Things Qatar Did For 2022 World Cup

Host nation of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar has marvelled all foreigners going to watch the tournament in the Arab country.

Blaze Newz gathered that Qatar,a country inside Europe like other Arab countries in the middle east is majorly dominated by Muslims practicing Islam.

The Arab country hosting the world football tournament became a major concern for fans said to be addicted to alcohol if the host nation will agreed to the consumption.

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7 Special Things Qatar Did For 2022 World Cup

FIFA president, Gianni Infantino in his address had enjoined fans who will be in Qatar to watch the tournament to respect norms of the host nation, confessing that alcohol is totally prohibited.

7 Special Things Qatar Did For 2022 World Cup

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Below are some seven beautiful things fans should expect in Qatar.

1. Sayings of Prophet ﷺ in every corner promoting the beauty of Islam.

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2. Alcohol will not be sold at the World Cup’s eight stadiums in Qatar, Fifa has announced, two days before the tournament starts.

3. In hotel rooms, there is a barcode that introduces the teachings of Islam, hadiths, and a simple definition of our faith.

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4. They changed muezzins of mosques and brought those with beautiful voices. Microphones are put in stadiums for Azan.

5. Qatar Guest Center to prepare a team of 2,000 people to call for Islam, where it will allocate 10 mobile cars and 10 specialized tents.

7 Special Things Qatar Did For 2022 World Cup

6. Islamic exhibitions by Ministry of Awqaf in different languages for visitors.

7.Availability of prayer areas and places for ablution in stadiums for the first time in the history of World Cup.

Hammed Tajudeen is the Editor-In-Chief of Blaze Newz Nigeria, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication.

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