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"What a fear!": the moments of horror that happened to Miren Buzgalo in Qatar Israel today


The soccer commentator and his wife came to Qatar to watch the match between Spain and Germany together with the Coca-Cola team, but an unpleasant experience they had at the hotel spoiled the atmosphere a bit ● "For the first time we felt hatred when they realized we were Israelis," Moran shared with the followers

We still haven't calmed down from the incident of Eli Ohana and the local driver in Qatar, and here it is again - this time, in the Bozaglu family.

Miren and Maor Bozaglu also saw from the front rows the match between Spain and Germany, and this after arriving at the World Cup in Qatar with the Coca-Cola star team, but it turns out that they too had an unpleasant experience at the hotel, which clouded the celebration.

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"For the first time we felt hatred when they realized we were Israelis," Moran shared with the followers, "what a fear!! I went out to do an item for the morning show, and they already recognize the cameraman of Network 13 because of the symbol. And as we stood two Palestinians who claim to be from Egypt say: 'Why do you give Do they have to take pictures? They are Israelis, let them go."

The hotel guys defended us and said 'they can take pictures'.

We were really scared.'

Maor and Miren were buried.

The beautiful and the happy, photo: Instagram

As you may remember, the recorded cases of expressions of hatred towards the Israeli media messengers in Qatar do not stop, when on the weekend, in a particularly unusual video, Eli Ohana, a messenger and commentator for "Kan", was recorded driving with a local policeman, who, let's just say - is not exactly fond of Israelis.

Miren Bozaglo.

A short trip to Qatar, photo: Instagram

Ohana, who boarded a taxi in Qatar, started a conversation with that local policeman/driver and made it clear to him that he was from Israel, but later changed his version and claimed that he "came from Portugal".

In response, the Qatari answered: "If you were really from Israel, I would stop and drive back and drop you off", after being asked by Ohana why and why, he replied: "I am Palestinian".

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Source: israelhayom

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