According to The Jerusalem Post, referring to representatives of Jewish organizations, Doha did not provide prayer facilities to Jews, saying that it was unable to ensure their safety. In addition, the Jews were promised the opportunity to cook kosher food, but for the time being they were only allowed to sell cold sandwiches.
About ten thousand believing Jews gathered at the World Cup in Qatar. One of the wealthy groups of Jews from the US has already canceled the trip, fearing for their own safety.
The World Cup in Qatar started the day before and will last until December 18. It will be held in five cities at eight stadiums. The group stage matches will last until December 2, and the one-eighth will take place from December 3 to 6. The quarter-finals are scheduled for December 9 and 10, the semi-finals are scheduled for December 13 and 14, and the final will take place on December 18.