- It was reported yesterday that Kovid had confirmed Qaradawi
- Qaradawi had earlier received two doses of the Kovid vaccine
Doha: World-renowned Egyptian Islamic scholar Yusuf Qaradawi has died in Qatar. However, the International Union of Muslim Scholars said that Qaradawi was being treated at his home in Doha, the capital of Qatar, and that the propaganda that he was dead was false.
It was reported yesterday that Kovid had confirmed Qaradawi. He was later pronounced dead on social media. ‘The rumors about the death of the founding president of the International Union of Muslim Scholars are false. He had only mild symptoms of Kovid. He returned home after spending a few hours in the hospital, “said Pandit Sabha on Twitter.
Qaradawi’s son Abdul Rahman also tweeted that he was suffering from Kovid. But his son said he was healthy. Meanwhile, it was reported that Qaradawi had already taken two doses of the Kovid vaccine. Meanwhile, news spread that he had died.