It also called the Qatar State Mosque is the national mosque of Qatar.
It is named after Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab, a Muslim minister, and researcher from the Najd, who established the Islamic organization named Wahhabism.
The mosque was opened in 2011, with the Emir of Qatar managing the event. The mosque is worked in customary Arab style with current highlights.
Upwards of 11,000 men can offer supplications noticeable all around adapted focal corridor of the mosque and the nearby uncommon nook is sufficiently extensive for 1200 ladies.
There are three principle entryways and 17 side doorways to the mosque. Upwards of 28 substantial arches cover the focal lobby while 65 vaults cover the external quadrangle.
All in the entire mosque can hold a gathering of 30,000 individuals.