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A computer generated image of Lusail Stadium that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, in Qatar
Qatar World Cup official to ESPN: Israelis can attend the 2022 tournament

"Everyone is welcome," he told ESPN. "We do not mix sport and politics, but we would hope that Palestinians are able to make it, too."

A computer generated image of Lusail Stadium that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, in Qatar
Arabs deserve their World Cup says Qatari chief

It is not, however, a phrase that appeals greatly to Hassan Al Thawadi, the man who heads Qatar’s organising body for the 2022 World Cup, which will be held in the Gulf state.

By REUTERS
20/12/2019
Iranian women snap up tickets for World Cup qualifier

Iranian authorities had assured world governing body FIFA that women would be allowed to attend the game and have set aside sections of the stadium for women.

By REUTERS
04/10/2019
A computer generated image of Lusail Stadium that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, in Qatar
Qatar reforms falling short of promises, says Amnesty

About 2,000 workers unable to recover unpaid wages, despite the dispute committees and a fund established to pay them back, with many forced to return home unpaid.

By REUTERS
27/09/2019
A computer generated image of Lusail Stadium that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, in Qatar
Former UEFA head Platini questioned in Qatar World Cup probe

The detention of the former soccer star was first reported by French investigative website Mediapart.

By REUTERS
18/06/2019
PALESTINIANS PLAY soccer at a tent city in the southern Gaza Strip last year.
Middle Israel: If Qatar really wants to help

To truly have an impact in Gaza, the emirate should build a soccer stadium in the Strip, and move there some of the World Cup, whose hosting it has won unfairly.

A computer generated image of Lusail Stadium that will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, in Qatar
Qatar offered FIFA $880 million for hosting the 2022 World Cup - report

FIFA refused to comment on the report and the allegations.

Doha, Qatar
Hampton kosher hot dogs at Qatar’s bloody World Cup

A few questions immediately presented themselves. First, who was this mysterious “Hot Dog Rabbi?”

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After years of abuses, Qatar alters asylum and migrant laws

Doha’s decision met with praise and criticism as wealthy emirate and its neighbors have historically rejected refugees and abused migrant workers.

Doha, Qatar
World Cup 2022 doesn’t belong in Qatar

Qatar is a major sponsor of world terrorism, funding Hamas’s military wing in Gaza, Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Al Nusra Front, al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria.

By JAIMIE FULLER
03/08/2018
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