The Saudi writer did not specify whether there was a specific event he meant by his speech, but his tweets came amid allegations circulated on social media about the presence of clerics in Qatar to introduce the World Cup fans to Islam, which CNN could not verify.
And the Qatari “Al-Jazeera” channel stated in a report that one of the centers affiliated with the Ministry of Endowments launched an initiative aimed at introducing the fans of the World Cup to Islam through religious materials translated into several languages. Al-Jazeera reported in another report that some Doha hotels had placed a “barcode” in their rooms to introduce Islam in all languages.
Al-Hamad said, “All this rushing and clamoring by preachers, organizations, associations, and religious media stars… to exploit every event or event, religious or non-religious, global, regional, or local, to call and preach Islam, and to involve it in every small and large, and assuming good.” The intention is that they really want to spread the religion for the sake of God Almighty, and not for other ideological and material aspects and goals.
The Saudi writer added: “Let us suppose that their blessed efforts were crowned with total success in the end, and that the whole world became a united Muslim, so will this world be more beautiful, prosperous, stable and secure?”
He continued by saying: “Then what Islam are we talking about here? There is no single Islam in this world, rather it is antagonistic and warring Islam, and each claims to be connected to Layla, and that he is the only expressor of true Islam, so this one will disbelieve and fight that one according to this understanding, and no one will know the pure truth.” Before the adversaries meet with its Creator on the promised Day of Judgment.
Al-Hamad considered that “in today’s world, most of them seek an end that takes Islam as a mount only, there are those who want prestige and money, and there are those who want media momentum, especially countries, and propaganda that has nothing to do with religion, and there are those who want a reputation or political or social authority, As for the one who is religious, it is the last thing he thinks about.”
Al-Hamad concluded his tweets, saying: “Do not involve religions in a world that does not need more conflict and rivalry, as much as it needs more diversity and tolerance… and let a thousand flowers bloom.”