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FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony Stared with Recitation of Holy Quran

FIFA World Cup 2022 Opening Ceremony Stared with Recitation of Holy Quran

Holy Quran recited at opening ceremony of FIFA World Cup 2022 in Doha.

The 22nd FIFA World Cup 2022 was held in the Muslim country of Qatar, which is also an Arab nation, and it was described as “a country that did not submit to specific international guidelines to host this great tournament,” but according to the English Daily Star newspaper, Qatar, as the tournament’s host, adhered to all of its Sharia and Islamic laws across the World Cup.

Al-Raya Qatari newspaper reported that verses from the Holy Quran were recited at the beginning of the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. This was in reference to the opening ceremony of the largest football festival in the world.

The World Cup will be a great opportunity to change the false impression of the Arab and Islamic world, which is a great challenge that Qatar can overcome by expertly hosting the most renowned football event, according to the report. Qatar is committed to keeping Islamic customs and traditions.

The FIFA fan festival stopped celebrating and playing music yesterday (Saturday) till the end of prayer.

Prior to the first game between the hosts Qatar and Ecuador at 1440 GMT, the stadium’s opening ceremony will take place.

Qatar will host the 22nd World Men’s Football Championship from today (Sunday), November 20, until December 18, 2022.

However, the recital of lines from the Holy Quran by 20-year-old Quran reciter and Fifa World Cup ambassador Ghanim Al Muftah captured the world and the audience.

Ghanim, who was born with a rare disorder that prevents the lower spine from developing normally, co-starred with Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman. The American performer sat next to the Qatari qari on the field (a person who recited the Quran with the proper rules of recitation).

 

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