The 2022 World Cup countdown clock monument in Qatar (12/8/2022).
BOLASPORT.COM – The Qatari government has launched a counterattack on European media accusing them of human rights abuses in building infrastructure for the 2022 World Cup.
Allegations of human rights violations are leveled against Qatar as the 2022 World Cup approaches.
This grand men’s soccer tournament will be held from November 20, 2022 to December 18, 2022.
Criticism is directed at Qatar as the host country following those deemed to have committed human rights violations.
The alleged violations were committed against migrant workers, women, and the LGBTQ community.
Many European media highlighted this by campaigning for justice.
Not a few also boycotted not to watch live or together on big screens like in French cities.
This was then responded to by a newspaper in Qatar called Al Raya which showed a cartoon with the World Cup logo being rained down with arrows.
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