Before the FIFA World Cup 2022, fans are welcomed in Qatar with the hadiths of the Prophet

Before the FIFA World Cup 2022, Lahore (International Sports Leagues latest newspaper November 16, 2022)

In order to introduce Islam to the world, the Qatari authorities installed hadiths (sayings of the Holy Prophet) on the streets before the FIFA World Cup 2022.

The world’s biggest football competition will be held from November 20 to December 18, 2022.

It will also be the first World Cup to be held in the Arab world and the second overall in Asia.

In order to inform the world about Islam, the administration has displayed several hadiths in the streets regarding the mercy, righteous deeds, and charity of the Prophet (peace be upon him).

The sayings of the last Prophet of Islam (PBUH) always encourage people to do good and Qatar is sharing its customs, traditions, culture, and values ​​with football fans around the world by showcasing these hadiths.

The hadiths of the Prophet ﷺ displayed on the streets include “Every good deed is a charity”,

“He who does not show mercy to others, he will not be shown mercy”, and many other hadiths.

Earlier this year, Saudi Arabia announced that Muslims worldwide who are World Cup ticket holders will be able to perform Umrah without paying visa fees.

Last month, Qatar also hosted the Street Child FIFA World Cup 2022 to represent refugees and homeless children, where 28 teams from 25 countries participated in the tournament.

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