Fears on Qatar FIFA World Cup raised as tournament approaching
This is not politics or religion, this is human rights.”
The World Cup is near and it will be held in Qatar where human rights violations are taking place against poor people, LGBTQ+ people, and women.
Recently Qatar FIFA tournament ambassador and former player Khalid Salman has same sexual activity is “damage within the mind,” in an interview with German broadcaster ZDF on Monday. The interview, recorded in Doha lower than period before the beginning of the tournament, was in real time stopped by a political candidate from the planet Cup organizing committee. throughout the interview, Salman was discussing the problem of homosexuality being ineligible in Qatar. Salman told ZDF that being gay was “haram,” that means impermissible in step with Islamic law. “It is injury in the mind,” Salman said. As many of us are expected to jaunt Qatar for the planet Cup, “let’s remark gays,” Salman said.
I say that on behalf of the thousands of workers and their families who lost their lives building the stadiums, the members of the LGBTQ community who also lost lives and live in fear under the Qatar regime