November 23, 2022 Special Announcements No. 1273

Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) Launches Webpage Dedicated To World Cup 2022 Hosted By Qatar

November 23, 2022
Qatar | Special Announcements No. 1273

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) recently launched a new webpage dedicated to translations and analysis of media content from the Arab and Muslim world and beyond about the World Cup 2022, hosted by Qatar.

The features all the latest MEMRI reports about the World Cup: criticism of host country Qatar's human rights records and Qatari responses to it, reactions from inside and outside Qatar to its commitment to ensuring that the events are LGTBQ+-friendly, and reactions and commentary from jihadi groups about it, among other topics. The page is updated daily with new MEMRI releases. Additionally, the MEMRI Trending page's "Reactions To The World Cup" section links to the new webpage.

The World Cup 2022 webpage features MEMRI research from the Reform Project, the Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM), and the MEMRI TV Project, among other research projects. 




Iranian Protestors Celebrate Iran’s Defeat to England at the 2022 FIFA World Cup: Death to the Dictator!

In Qatar During FIFA World Cup, Prominent Islamic Proselytizers Malaysia-Based Indian Scholar Zakir Naik And UAE-Based Egyptian Scholar Omar Abdelkafy Discuss Dawa Campaign

Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup CEO Nasser Al-Khater: Criticism Of Qatar – Yellow Journalism, Motivated By Racism And Political Agendas; Number Of Workers Killed During Stadiums Construction Is Three, Not 6,500

MEMRI Reports:

Qatar Welcomes India's Wanted Radical Islamist Preacher Dr. Zakir Naik At FIFA World Cup, Taking Advantage Of Tournament To Proselytize For Islam

Pro-Taliban Urdu-Language Daily Reveals Qatar's Plans To Invite FIFA World Cup Attendees To Islam: 'Training Of 2,000 Volunteers For Invitation Of The Religion At The Mega Event Has Been Completed Who Will Deliver The Message Of Truth To The Spectators'

In Qatar On The Eve Of The World Cup, Continuing Expressions Of Homophobia And Disgust Over LGBTQ+ Visitors To The Country

In Advance Of World Cup, Qatari Press Cartoons Slam West For Its Criticism Of Qatar

Ahead Of The FIFA 2022 World Cup In Qatar, The Indian Express Investigates Qatar's Rights Abuses And Indian Migrant Workers Returning 'In Coffins'; Indian Ambassador In Doha Refuses To Respond

Qatari Writer Offers Suggestions On Promoting Islam To Visitors During FIFA 2022 World Cup

In Qatar On Eve Of FIFA World Cup, Condemnation Of LGBTQ Community Continues

Qataris, Pro-Qatar Twitter Users Launch Campaign Condemning Denmark For Planning To Highlight Qatar’s Human Rights Violations During FIFA World Cup

JTTM Reports:

Telegram Outlets Linked To Iraqi Militias Politicize England-Iran FIFA World Cup Match, Blame Iran's Defeat On Sanctions, Question Iranian Players' Loyalty, Ridicule England's Win

Al-Qaeda Affiliate In Yemen Calls On Muslims To Boycott World Cup: It Promotes Homosexuality And Alcohol Use, Sows Division In Muslim Ummah

Jihadi Outlet: Soccer Tournament Inspired By FIFA World Cup In HTS-Run Idlib Encourages Youth To Represent 'Crusader' Nations

British Pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Preacher Publishes Booklet Describing Why World Cup Violates Islamic Law, Condemning 'Qatar's Crimes Against Allah'

Member Of UK-Based Hizb ut-Tahrir Condemns Qatar For Hosting FIFA World Cup, Accuses Doha Rulers Of Abandoning Their Islamic Identity In Pursue Of Western Culture

Pro-Al-Qaeda Cleric Mocks 'Brothers Of Devils' Ruling Qatar For Spending $200 Billion On World Cup; Syrian Jihadi Journalist Accuses Qatar Of Promoting Homosexuality

Al-Qaeda-Associated Writer: Qatar Promotes Gambling, Drugs, Alcohol, Prostitution In FIFA World Cup

Pro-Islamic State (ISIS) Telegram Channels Celebrate Police Stabber In Brussels As 'Wolf,' Writing: 'Our World Cup Began Early'

Pro-ISIS Telegram Channel Threatens Attacks At FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Encourages Biological Attacks, Provides Telegram Account To Contact To Obtain Biological Substances

Please note that government, media, and academia with full credentials can request access to JTTM reports by emailing [email protected].


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