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After watching the 2022 Fifa World cup in Qatar, a Brazilian family converts to Islam

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has just started seeing a global tournament. As the host, Qatar does more than simply offer its facilities to guests from various nations. Moreover, they actively promote Islam to all guests.

One of the initiatives started by Qatar to promote Islam is the addition of QR codes in hotel guest rooms that give tourists information about Islam and Qatar in various languages.

To spark tourists' interest in Islamic teachings, Qatar has also painted several murals featuring the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad SAW all across the nation.

It was successful for Qatar to disseminate Islamic principles at international sporting events.

It is well known that many people from different nations have recently shown an interest in finding out about the Islamic-based local culture of Qatar.

Several female guests may be seen trying on the hijab for the first time in a video that has gone viral on social media.

Quite a few tourists choose to convert to Islam while in Qatar.

Most recently, a Brazilian family of six, including a father, mother, and four kids, converted to Islam while attending the World Cup in Doha.

The Brazilian family can be seen reciting the shahada alongside Yemeni preacher Hayyan Al-Yafei in a joyous atmosphere at the Katara Cultural Village in a video that also is getting viral on social media.

After becoming Mualaf, the family could be seen joyfully applauding and hugging one another.

The imam who guides the family asks how they feel after converting to Islam. The mother, wearing a black Abaya, replied that it was difficult to describe the feeling that touched her heart. Meanwhile, one of the daughters of the family, who was seen wearing a gray hijab, said that no one was forcing her and that she decided to convert to Islam.

On the second day of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, it was revealed that a Mexican spectator converted to Islam in a mosque in the Katara Cultural Village.

Since the commencement of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar has assured that Muslim volunteers and scholars are ready to respond to queries from tourists about Islam.

It is anticipated that many of the millions of visitors in Qatar from around the world that have already arrived would be curious to learn more as they experience Qatari culture.

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