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Its imports are equivalent to oil.. Iraq loses its religious tourism to “win” morale

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Its imports are equivalent to oil.. Iraq loses its religious tourism to “win” morale Empty Its imports are equivalent to oil.. Iraq loses its religious tourism to “win” morale

Post by rocky Tue 09 Aug 2022, 5:06 am

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[size=45]Today, Monday, economic experts stressed the importance of tourism in the development of the national economy, and while they pointed out the reason for Iraq's "omission" of this aspect that is equivalent to oil in its imports, they explained the difference between "moral" Islamic tourism and its "profitable" European counterpart.
[size=45]Duraid Al-Enezi, an economist, said, "Religious tourism or tourism in general is a basic entry and a double income in a way that is less than the trouble of industry and agriculture, and it is one of the basics of national income and the country's intangible moral and cultural imports."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Enezi added, "The countries that depend on tourism in our region are (Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and the UAE), the latter is distinguished in tourism because of its orientation towards modern ages, while Lebanon has its climate, atmosphere and location, and Turkey and Egypt are distinguished by their history, faces and location."[/size]
[size=45]And the specialist continued, "As for Iraq, there is a possibility that there will be tourism, especially religious tourism, in every inch of it, but Iraq has not benefited from it, as fees are reduced for incoming tourists, and they are given privileges in order to encourage tourism, but in fact this is a loss. Imposing $100 on each tourist - and this is approved in the countries of the world - religious tourism would have been a resource equivalent to oil in its imports.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Enezi explained, "Iraq neglected the economic aspect, so the prices of airlines, accommodation, hotels and food were all reduced at subsidized prices, in addition to other privileges and many free things."[/size]
[size=45]On the other hand, Al-Enezi indicated, “If European religious tourism enters, especially at the Shrine of Abraham, then we will notice a difference between Islamic religious tourism and global or Christian religious tourism. This will differ greatly, and will be profitable, unlike intangible Islamic tourism.”[/size][/size][/size]



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