World Cup FIFA | Instructs all competing countries in Qatar to “concentrate on football” 2022


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Following a contentious build-up, World Cup FIFA has written to all 32 World Cup countries, encouraging them to “now concentrate on the football.” Qatar’s host country has been chastised for its attitude on same-sex couples, human rights record, and treatment of migrant workers.

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The event begins on November 20th.

Football should not be “dragged” into ideological or political “battles,” according to the letter, and it should not “dispense moral teachings.” Some players have organized peaceful demonstrations at the World Cup FIFA.

England’s Harry Kane and nine other European captains will wear ‘One Love’ armbands. Denmark will protest against Qatar by wearing “toned-down” jerseys at the World Cup FIFA, with kit manufacturer Hummel stating that it “does not desire to be prominent” at a tournament that it says “has cost thousands of lives.” The Australian team has published a film pushing Qatar to repeal its laws against same-sex unions.

Despite the fact that France is the reigning champion, Paris and other French towns are refusing to show matches in public.

Human Rights Watch’s UK director, Yasmine Ahmed, described the Fifa letter as “absolutely disgusting,” while Amnesty International’s Felix Jakens told BBC Radio 5 Live: “There’s never been an appropriate moment to speak about human rights concerns in Qatar as far as they [Fifa] are concerned.”

“The moment has come to put pressure on these concerns. Will we still be discussing Qatar once the World Cup FIFA has concluded? I don’t believe we are.”

The letter, obtained by the BBC and signed by Fifa president Gianni Infantino and secretary general Fatma Samoura, reads: “We know football does not exist in a vacuum, and we are also aware that there are numerous obstacles and difficulties of a political kind all around the globe.”

“However, please do not pull football into every ideological or political fight that arises.”

“At Fifa, we aim to accept all ideas and beliefs without lecturing the rest of the globe,” it continues. There is no “better” people, culture, or country than another at the World Cup FIFA. This is the fundamental tenet of mutual respect and non-discrimination.

“This is also one of football’s key ideals.” So, just keep that in mind and let football take center stage. “We have a once-in-a-lifetime chance and occasion to welcome and accept everyone, regardless of origin, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or nationality.”

MPs urge Southgate and Kane to take action on Iran

When the two nations meet in their first World Cup FIFA encounter on November 21, the England squad has been encouraged to consider making a “display or gesture of support with Iranian women fighting for their civil freedoms.”

Layla Moran, the Foreign Affairs spokesman for the Liberal Democrats, wrote to coach Gareth Southgate and captain Harry Kane, saying such a gesture would be “hugely significant in raising awareness about the Iranian government’s condemnable acts.”

According to a letter received by the BBC that was also signed by Lib Dems sport spokesperson Jamie Stone, such an action would “likely be seen by people who are putting their lives on the line in protest, which might be useful.”

Protests and unrest erupted in Iran after the murder on September 16 of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who was held by morality police in Tehran for allegedly breaching Iran’s severe regulations mandating women to cover their hair with a hijab, or headscarf.

According to accounts, cops hit her over the head with a baton. According to the authorities, she had a heart attack. Iranian football and sports figures, as well as the human rights organization Open Stadiums, have previously asked Fifa to ban the Iranian national team.

The Football Association has been approached for comment.

We do our best to assist – Henderson

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp stated this week that expecting players to make political remarks or demonstrations during the tournament was “unfair.” “A lot is placed on players about’should the World Cup be played there?’ and everything that goes with it, but the players don’t select where the World Cup is played,” England midfielder Jordan Henderson said on BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast.

“That is a decision made by FIFA, and it is a question for them to respond.” For us, as players, we simply play football and try to make a difference in any ways we can.” “We do tiny things like that to try and show people we are all one, we are all inclusive,” he continued, explaining why Kane’s armband campaign was brought to light. “The most essential thing is to do the right things.” Unless everyone just does not show up, no matter what others say, it will never be enough.”

England’s Beth Mead remarked on Thursday that the tournament’s location in Qatar is “disappointing.” Mead, who is out homosexual, believes the Gulf state is not the “appropriate location” for the event to be held.

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