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Protests at the World Cup continue: a Tunisian fan broke into the field with a Palestinian flag Israel today


The game between the Africans and France was stopped due to another unusual incident in Qatar • Throughout the incident, the director chose to show the players of the teams up close and ignore what was happening

The protests at the World Cup games in Qatar continue to gain momentum, when this evening (Wednesday) a Tunisian fan burst into the field with a Palestinian flag, during the second half of the match against France.

The fan, wearing a Tunisia shirt, ran along the field with the flag until it fell from his hand, when no less than seven security guards attacked him and he was quickly removed from the field.

Throughout the incident, the director chose to show the players of the teams up close and ignore that fan. 

the fan.

He also had time to show his acrobatic skills, photo: AFP

All this happened, just two days after a fan broke into the match between Portugal and Uruguay with the pride flag.

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 also conveys a message - "respect the Iranian women" as well as support for Ukraine. 

By the way, the same fan who was released already that day, after FIFA president Gianni Infantino, talked to the leaders of Qatar and they decided to give him up. 

It should be remembered that since the opening of the tournament, the players also tried to carry out several protests, such as wearing a captain's armband with the pride flags, but received threats that such an event would result in punishment for the team and the athlete himself, and also several cases with fans who tried to enter with objects in the colors of the rainbow such as hats and watches.  

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Source: israelhayom

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