03 August 2022

Qatar Charity Opens Mosque in Islamabad

  • Qatar

Doha, August 03 (QNA) - HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Pakistan Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani inaugurated a mosque established by Qatar Charity in Islamabad, in the presence of Pakistani government officials, diplomats, and components of local humanitarian organizations.
The Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque was built in a modern residential area and is expected to accommodate 800 people. The mosque includes a special space allocated for children to learn the Quran and to provide lessons in Islamic education.
HE Ambassador Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani expressed his happiness with this step and praised Qatar Charity's efforts throughout Pakistan.
For his part, Director of Qatar Charity's Office in Pakistan Amin Abdul Rahman valued the philanthropists in Qatar who support Qatar Charity's projects in various fields in Pakistan, and expressed special thanks and gratitude to the Qatari philanthropist who generously donated for the establishment of the Omar Ibn Al-Khattab Mosque.
Qatar Charity built 9 mosques in Pakistan in 2022, including 2 in Islamabad, 4 in Muzaffarabad, a mosque in Mirpur Khas, another mosque in Sinjar, and another in Peshawar. There are 8 more mosques currently under construction. (QNA)


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