Thousands of social media users are sharing a viral video claiming to show the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. The video was shared by a news outlet in Qatar called Doha News. The video features a montage of the opening ceremony, with the climax being the recitation of the Quran. It also features splendid fireworks. But the video is actually from another event, one that occurred last year. The video was filmed during the inauguration of Al Thumama stadium in Qatar, and it features a man leading a group of children in reciting the Quran.
The video has attracted more than three million views. It also appears on the Facebook and Twitter pages of several news outlets. It is the first video of the opening ceremony to be seen on the social networking sites.
The video was filmed during the inauguration ceremony of the Al Thumama stadium in Qatar, which is hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022. It also shows the recitation of the Quran, with the aforementioned scene from the viral video. The full video was also shared by several news sites, including the Economic Times and Money Control. The tweet that features the video cited the aforementioned as a “must-see.”
The video is the same as a video that was shared by Doha News, a news site run by Qatari citizens. The video includes the same montage sequence as the viral video, and features the same people on the stage. The only difference is that the video is from 2021, while the viral video was filmed in 2013.
The clip is circulating on social media, and it has attracted more than three million views. Some of the posts on Facebook claim that the video was taken during the 2022 World Cup, while others say that the video was from a recent event. But according to the Logical Indian fact-checker, the video isn’t all that accurate. The video was filmed in July 2021, and the scene shown in the video is from a different event.
The same clip appeared on several other social networking sites, and it was the video that had the most views. It was titled “World Cup 2022 in Qatar,” and the scene shown in the video was recited by a local social media personality named Ghanem al-Moftah. The video was also shared by the Facebook page of Doha News.
The video was viewed by millions of users, and the montage sequence was not part of the World Cup opening ceremony. However, the video is still being shared on Facebook, and it has more than 18 million views.
The clip is being shared on Twitter, and it also has more than 18 million views. The same clip appeared on the Facebook and Twitter pages of several news sites, and it is the video that had the most views. It is the same video that was shared by Doha News, and the scene shown in the video is recited by a local social media profile named Ghanem al-Moftah.