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Qatar’s divisive and politicised World Cup
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Qatar has cracked down on all political expression at the World Cup, as well as displays of flags not belonging to participating teams – with one exception. Pro-Palestinian demonstrations and Palestinian flags are welcome (Image: Twitter)
“Palestine” as World Cup distraction?
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Qatar has spent vast sums of money on the World Cup, and not surprisingly, is determined to use the tournament to launder a national image tarnished by human rights abuses, intolerance and growing extremism (Image: Alamy)
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The World Cup and Qatar’s Hypocrisy
“Football unites the world,” declares the website of...
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The politics of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar
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A scandalous World Cup
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Scribblings: A scandalous World Cup
Scandalously, the FIFA World Cup will kick off...
Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani: While Qatar may be a nominal US ally, when it comes to terrorism, it is very much part of the problem (Source: Flickr)
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Osama Bin Laden interviewed on Al Jazeera, October 2001 (credit: Maher Attar/Sygma/Corbis via Globovisión)
Al Jazeera, Qatar and the Taliban
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Numerous countries helped the Taliban achieve their victory, including Pakistan, Qatar and, to some extent, Iran (Source: Twitter)
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A media relationship that must end
Australian Jewish News – 8 October 2020  ...