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Qatar 2022: Prophet’s Hadith Murals Introduce Islam to World Cup Fans

In preparation for the highly anticipated World Cup, and sharing its culture and values with people from around the world, Qatar has placed several murals with hadiths of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) across the country to introduce Islam to incoming World Cup fans.

The murals, which carries various Prophetic sayings on mercy, charity, and good deeds are seen in different streets across the Gulf nation.

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“Every good deed is a charity”, “He who is not merciful to others, will not be treated mercifully”, and “Guard yourself from the Hellfire, even with half of a date in charity. If one cannot find it, then with a kind word” were some of the Prophetic hadiths shared.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is just a few weeks away, scheduled to run from November 20 to December 18.

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This year’s edition will be the first tournament hosted in the Middle East, the first in a Muslim-majority country, and the first to be held at the end of the calendar year, in November and December.