As World Cup approaches, Qatar hits back at allegations of abuse

As World Cup approaches, Qatar hits back at allegations of abuse



Qatar’s stadiums for the 2022 World Cup speak to its future ambitions on the world stage. Yet each, also, captures and embodies the problems and criticisms that swirl around this World Cup — notably the allegations of the human cost of massive building project. #CNN #News

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39 Replies to “As World Cup approaches, Qatar hits back at allegations of abuse”

  1. Why wouldn’t she ask him if he would be okay to be a stadium construction worker?? Would he be okay to possibly die while working a long way from home??

  2. Qatar is the largest base for usa military. Usa finance al jazira channel. Now USA are bombing innocent people of afganistan from qatar base where USA b-52 bomber jet is kept. Congratulation al jazira and qatar for helping the humanity. Congratulation.

  3. Nah I am not convinced… Workers are very ill treated in Qatar. There should be some law for safety of workers. Player should speak for these poor exploited worker

  4. Whenever I've seen this guy talk, he's come across like a sound guy, has the ambition and ambition.

    I think the death numbers have probably been a bit more than what Hassan is saying however I call bullshit on the idea that 6500 workers on this project. There are issues but the accusation is ludicrous, especially with no real evidence or report to back it up on

  5. I'm expecting a boycott from my nation England.. there's a lot of talk about anti racism and if England show up at this tournament the FA will look like clowns.

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