More information emerges to show why Qatar should have never been awarded the privilege of hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022. It isn’t an Islamic world games event, it’s the World Cup, which includes infidels as equals. But not according to Qatar; infidels who attend must comply with Islamic norms. So far, Qatar is showing itself to be a threat to anyone who attends — from requiring that attendees download mandatory spyware onto their cellphones to demanding that gays conform to Sharia. A Saudi Muslim cleric even demanded that FIFA ban players from making the sign of the cross.
And now female attendees “might find themselves in jail if not dressed properly” during the games. This is reminiscent of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which is currently experiencing nationwide unrest after the murder of Mahsa Amini by morality police because she wasn’t ‘properly’ covered. Qatar’s treatment of foreign women is appalling. Five Australian women, among others, are now suing Qatar over forced airport vaginal exams at gunpoint.
Amnesty International has called the 2022 FIFA event the “Qatar World Cup of shame” over its abuse of workers while building the infrastructure for the games.
“Wait, what? Female fans in Qatar might find themselves in jail if not dressed properly during FIFA World Cup,” WION, November 16, 2022:
The FIFA World Cup 2022 edition is set to get underway in Qatar on November 20. Before all the action begins on the field, a lot of controversies have emerged in the run-up to the showpiece event. From a lot being said and written about the human rights violation in Qatar to a Danish reporter very recently being threatened by Qatari officials, a lot of drama has unfolded with regard to the mega tournament.
Ahead of Qatar 2022, another update has made heads turn. Female fans, coming from other countries, have been advised to dress properly and not wear anything that is too revealing during the upcoming FIFA World Cup. If any female fan fails to comply with this, she can be in big trouble and land herself in jail. It is to be noted that the laws in Qatar ban women from wearing tight clothes and showing their body parts in public. It falls under a punishable offence.
The FIFA website, on the other hand, stated that women can wear anything they like but will have to keep in mind the strict laws of Qatar. “People can generally wear their clothing of choice. Visitors are expected to cover their shoulders and knees when visiting public places like museums and other government buildings,” the World Cup website states.
Meanwhile, the Chief technology officer of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar Niyas Abdulrahiman pointed out, “We have high-resolution special cameras to zoom in on a particular seat and clearly see the spectator. It’s being recorded……..