Qatari media is involved in a fabrication case involving Holy Mosque
On Thursday, the Qatari media were involved in fabricating a fabricated story against Saudi Arabia that targeted the Holy Mosque this time as part of a media campaign launched by Doha against the Kingdom.

Qatari media reported that a new holder of microphones set up by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in the Holy Mosque was made of pure gold, according to her claim, despite the announcement by the presidency of the details of the new pregnant woman and that it is made of gold-plated metal only.

Media outlets such as Watan and Khaleej Online have linked the new pregnant woman and the calls of the chief of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Sheikh Abdulrahman al-Sudais, for not being wasteful, to show a contradiction in his words and actions.

This fabricated media coverage caused controversy on social networking sites, with bloggers from Saudi Arabia, Gulf, Arab and foreign countries taking into account the status of the Mecca Mosque, which is the Muslim kiss of the world.

Many commentators considered that setting up a microphone holder of pure gold was contrary to the teachings of Islamic law, which called for simplicity, asceticism and assistance to those in need, rather than attention to formalities.

The head of the operation and maintenance department at the head of the two mosques, Engineer Mowafaq Balkhi, explained that the new holder is made of a metal arm painted in gold, instead of the old wooden. Which means that what has been raised around him is inaccurate.

The Qatari newspaper Al-Raya on June 14 described Saudi Arabia's top scientists as the "hypocrites' body" in one of the biggest abuses directed at the country's top religious authority.

Since last year's boycott of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, Qatari media, including Al Jazeera, have been involved in repeated abuses of Saudi Arabia, its religious and government institutions and leaders.

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