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Lionel Messi’s World Cup post beats the famous egg to become the most-liked photo on Instagram

The photos posted by Lionel Messi of him and his teammates after winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Argentina attracted 10 million likes within the first 39 minutes of its sharing.

FIFA World Cup in Qatar: Multilingual preachers at mosques, QR codes, and many other methods to propagate Islam among visiting football fans

India had earlier raised concerns over the presence of radical Islamic preacher Zakir Naik at the events hosted by the Qatari govts.

Hate preacher Zakir Naik at FIFA World Cup: Qatar says did not send official invite after New Delhi raises concerns

Qatar informed India that Zakir Naik was not officially invited to attend FIFA World Cup in Doha.

The Guardian’s ‘good samaritan’ Majid Freeman claims over 500 football fans have converted to Islam amid FIFA World Cup in Qatar

Majid Freeman, controversial Islamist accused of spreading fake news and instigating violence in Leicester, claimed that over 500 people converted to Islam during Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022.

Viral video: England football fans search for beer in Qatar, end up with a pet lion in a Qatari Sheikh’s palace

Qatar prohibited sale of beer and other alcoholic drinks in stadiums just two days before the start of the FIFA World Cup.

As Zakir Naik arrives in Qatar to spread Islam during the FIFA World Cup, a 2016 video of him converting people goes viral

Zakir Naik has on multiple occasions coerced his non-Muslim audience members to convert to Islam after responding to their queries about the religion.

Qatar, which got offended by Nupur Sharma’s remarks on the Prophet, invites radical preacher Zakir Naik who made same comments

Radical Islamic preacher Zakir Naik is in Qatar to deliver religious sermons during the FIFA World Cup 2022.

Qatar 2022: Fans risk being jailed, flogged over vague laws in the gulf country. Here is what you need to know if you plan...

Qatar banned the sale of beer and other alcoholic beverages at the World Cup stadiums just two days before the commencement of FIFA World Cup

Qatar 2022: Fans demand a refund as FIFA announces ban on beer at World Cup stadiums during the tournament

Qatar initially eased its strict alcohol rules in order to allow Budweiser to sell its products in official Qatar World Cup venues, specifically stadiums and fan zones.

From ‘Rain Bow’ plane to pride colours on logo, Western teams show support to LGBT groups ahead of FIFA World Cup in Qatar

The US men's team extended their support to the LGBTQ community in Qatar by displaying a rainbow-themed logo at their training facility in the World Cup host nation on Monday.

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