What will happen to people who hold hands throughout the competition has been revealed by the CEO of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Nasser Al Khater insisted that public displays of affection will be permitted in the Gulf State when speaking to Sky’s Rob Harris.
He said Look, we’ve always said that everyone is welcome here.
We only ask that people respect the culture.
Everyone is welcome here and will feel safe when they visit Qatar.
Nevertheless, despite Al Khater’s assurances, many of his supporters are still hesitant about what they can and cannot do in the Middle East.
Eight of the tournament’s venues will not sell alcohol to spectators, it was revealed yesterday.
Josh Carvalho, the sole male professional in the world to come out as gay, stated he would be “concerned” for his safety if he were to travel. There are also unanswered questions regarding how the LGBT+ community will be treated upon arrival.
The fact that Cavallo is well-known ensures that he will be protected there, he told CNN’s Amanda Davies last month.
He, however, is not the one who is concerned. He is being messaged by those people. The ones who are afraid to even be themselves and walk the streets are those who are not in the spotlight.
Al Khater did respond to the Adelaide United player’s remarks at the time, claiming that no one feels threatened on the streets.
At the time, Al Khater did respond to the Adelaide United player’s remarks by saying that no one in Qatar feels threatened.
Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, backed him up in a recent press conference and criticized the Western media for its hypocritical portrayal of Qatari values.
He disclosed his European citizenship to the media. Before imparting moral lessons, we should be making amends for what we have been doing for the past 3,000 years around the globe.
It’s hypocritical to teach such a narrow moral lesson.
The best World Cup ever will take place because Qatar is prepared.
Beginning on Sunday, the World Cup will feature a match between Ecuador and the hosts Qatar.