Tokyo Olympic Games will set up mobile mosque for Muslim participants

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 Tokyo Olympic Games will set up mobile mosque for Muslim participants


By the time the Olympic Games open in July, the athletes village under construction will have prayer rooms. However, some venues may not have specific space for prayer, as do hotels and public places in downtown Tokyo.

These places will be equipped with mobile mosques. After the truck is parked in the parking lot, open the door from the back of the truck. It will be a 48 square meter prayer room.

After modification, the rear of the truck can be widened in a few seconds, and the vehicle will be added with an Arabic sign and outdoor faucet for cleaning. Yasuki Inoue, who is in charge of the event, said he hoped that the athletes would have the greatest power to compete and the audience would cheer for the athletes with the greatest power. I want people to realize the diversity of the world and create a peaceful Olympic and Paralympic Games without discrimination. In response, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee also said it was designing more space for the competition venues and spectators to pray. According to Waseda University, as of the end of 2018, there are 105 mosques in Japan, many of which are small and located on the outskirts of Tokyo. This is also the reason for setting up the mobile mosque. Source: editor in charge of sports of Netease: Wang MuQing, nb12712

After modification, the rear of the truck can be widened in a few seconds, and the vehicle will be added with an Arabic sign and outdoor faucet for cleaning.

Yasuki Inoue, who is in charge of the event, said he hoped that the athletes would have the greatest power to compete and the audience would cheer for the athletes with the greatest power.

I want people to realize the diversity of the world and create a peaceful Olympic and Paralympic Games without discrimination.

In response, the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee also said it was designing more space for the competition venues and spectators to pray.

According to Waseda University, as of the end of 2018, there are 105 mosques in Japan, many of which are small and located on the outskirts of Tokyo. This is also the reason for setting up the mobile mosque.