Prominent cleric slams growing rents in Qatar
Renowned Muslim cleric Dr. Yousuf Al Qaradawi has made a call to end the monopoly of greedy landlords and real estate agents and cautioned against increasing rents beyond limits affordable to people saying that such monopolistic practices are prohibited in Islam.
According to The Peninsula, these comments came in his Friday sermon delivered at the Omar bin Khatab mosque in Qatar. Dr. Al Qaradawi had expressed his opinion against the growing house rents in Qatar on several occasions in the past at the same platform.
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