“They started chasing me, wherever I went, they followed me. They started taking pictures of me, the people I was talking to and my badge. The women didn’t want to talk to me and one of them handed me the phone and said, ‘They were being watched,'” he said.
He explained to her that there is government control over what is said and condemned by women in Qatar.
to have control and oppression About Iranian fans and possible protests, insiders monitor situations deemed “suspicious”.
Attacking women in the studio
“What a desperate night,” he wrote. We can’t mix football with politics.” Say it to the face of a woman who can’t stop shaking after being cornered and assaulted by a group of “fans,” he wrote.
“Tell that to the parent who can’t hold back tears when explaining how their children aged between 6 and 9 were threatened inside the stadium. Tell me if you can find an Iranian fan who isn’t afraid of being killed,” he added.
The call to “focus on football” before the start of the World Cupsome issues made public by fans were not left aside by activists.
Masha’s death protests
The young woman was to be arrested after violating the rules for wearing the hijab, the typical Islamic scarf that covers a woman’s head.
With a banner reading “Women’s Freedom Lives,” a couple attempted to protest during the match between Wales and Iran. However, they are soon approached by security guards who object to the demonstration.
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