World Cup’s opening, Qatar impressed the crowd and encouraged everyone to get along and get over their differences

The host nation of Qatar made a lasting impression on the world at the opening ceremony of the 2022 World Cup, which will begin on Sunday at 5 p.m. local time on the field of the Al Bayt Stadium in the Qatari city of Al Khor.

The opening ceremony of the World Cup began by sending a message, inviting the attendees to Qatar, the rapprochement between peoples, and overcoming differences of any kind, by referring to the text, “O, people! We created you from a male and a female, and we made you races and tribes, so that you may come to know one another. The best among you before Allah is the most righteous. Allah is Knowing and Aware”

Then, in front of a massive gathering in the stands as well as presidents and heads of state who had just arrived in Qatar to attend the opening ceremony, Qatar presented the teams competing in the 2022 World Cup in their unique ways through songs in different languages.

Later, in the center of the al-Bayt Stadium in the Qatari city of al-Khor, the Qatar World Cup spell appeared. Following that, it transitioned to another kind of art under the direction of South Korean vocalist Jungkook and Qatari singer fahad al kubaisi, who sang the song “Dreamer.”

The opening ceremony’s seven segments merged Qatari customs with other cultures through performances by A-list performers.

In the presence of World Cup Ambassador Ghanim Al Muftah and Qatari artist Dana, the volunteer teams and nations that had previously hosted the World Cup were celebrated alongside the participants.

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