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World Cup 2022 Qatar: Sex outside marriage prohibited in Qatar during the World Cup: seven years in prison for a one-night stand

El ‘Daily Star’ warns that a sexual encounter outside of marriage in Qatar during the 2022 World Cup (November 21 – December 18) could lead to a condemn from siete to those from crcel.

Qatar’s Supreme Committee reported in a statement that “Qatar is a conservative country and public displays of affection are frowned upon regardless of sexual orientation.”

Al-Khater, chairman of the organizing committee for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, stated that all World Cup attendees will be safe regardless of their sexual orientation or culture.

“There will be no one night stands during the World Cup in Qatar”

The English daily reports that there is growing concern from UK law enforcement that British fans will face severe penalties for doing accepted, everyday things.

Sex is way off the menu, unless you’re coming as a husband and wife team.

“Sex is very much off the menu, unless you come as a husband and wife team. There will definitely be no one night stands at the World Cup. There will be no parties. Everyone should keep a cool head, unless they want to take a chance.” to be trapped in prison,” a police source explained to the ‘Daily Star’.

The same police source assured that “there is a ban on sex in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar for the first time in history.”

Homosexuality “is not allowed” in Qatar

In December 2021 Nasser Al-Khaterpresident of the organizing committee for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, confirmed that “homosexuality is not allowed” in the emirate, but promises that LGTBIQ + followers will have the right to travel to the country and attend matches.

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The tense interview with Nasser Al-Khater about homosexuality

“Qatar and neighboring countries are much more conservative and we ask fans to respect them. We are sure they will, just as we respect different cultures, we hope ours will too,” Nasser Al-Khater said at the conference. CNN.

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