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An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag Israel today

2022-11-28T20:39:11.585Z

For the first time in the World Cup, the match between Portugal and Uruguay was stopped after a fan broke into the grass while waving the pride flag • How will they react in Qatar?



There was a lot of talk even before the World Cup about the strict laws in Qatar related to the LGBT community and here tonight (Monday) we got a protest in front of the whole world when a fan broke out with the pride flag in the second half of the match between Portugal and Uruguay (0:1).

The fan broke into the grass in the 50th minute, waving a flag in the rainbow colors of the gay community and on his shirt he conveyed the following message - "Respect the Iranian women".

An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag,

While the fan erupted, the TV director of course ignored the incident and switched to closely broadcasting the players on the field, while at the same time the security personnel frantically ran to that fan and removed him from the boundaries of the field.

An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag,

It should be remembered that since the opening whistle of the World Cup in Qatar, the players also tried to carry out a number of protests, such as raising the captain's ribbon with the colors of pride, but received threats that such an event would result in a heavy punishment on the part of FIFA.

An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag,

An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag, photo: Reuters

An unexpected protest in Qatar: a fan broke into the grass with the pride flag,

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Source: israelhayom

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