Qatar 2022 CEO: We have been treated unfairly


The chief executive of Qatar's 2022 World Cup organizing committee Nasser Al Khater says the country has been surprised by the "severity" of the criticism it has received since winning the right to host the 2022 World Cup.

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34 Comments on "Qatar 2022 CEO: We have been treated unfairly"

  1. You know what we need.. More princes

  2. philosophicalreason | November 19, 2019 at 7:31 AM | Reply

    In other words you’ll be arrested if you don’t do what we want.

  3. The irony of him saying they’ve been treated unfairly is a grievance to those who have actually suffered and died, and to their grieving families and communities. He should not have said those words.

    As for whether two guys can hold hands in public without being put in jail, just wait until you meet some of the English fans with their sense of humour. That will test your tolerance.

  4. I often fly Qatar Airlines. And I love my wife. When we have a stop at Doha and we kiss will we be beheaded like they do in Saudi Arabia? Can we get out there alive if we promise to stick to the international zone?

  5. yea this reminds me of that 1 uncle at Thanksgiving that promises for months he wont drink at dinner… and he shows up with a bottle of wild turkey…

  6. And to make it more inclusive, can they lower the flying rates?

  7. keyboard freedomfighter | November 19, 2019 at 10:56 AM | Reply

    “Treated unfairly”…….owns 10 Bugatties……

    • I mean, I don’t agree with his assessment but you just twisted that into a strawman. When he answered Qatar was being treated unfairly, he was answering the question about Qatar’s treatment in the press…

    • keyboard freedomfighter | November 19, 2019 at 7:59 PM | Reply

      @uhohhhsteven yea, I know. I didn’t watch the video, I’m sure it was about something surreal and logical but I’m just sayin….

  8. I love culture but i hate cultures who oppress others

  9. Filthy rag!

  10. “Come here first”
    *goes there*
    *gets arrested*

  11. Patricio Farez | November 19, 2019 at 1:50 PM | Reply

    Those are Donnie’s lines. You should create your own……..🙃

  12. Sounds good he should keep it up like that after the games end

    • I don’t think they shall keep this even after world cup. Right now they’re being forced by the situation at hand. They’re looking at the money. After world cup things will be more worse than they were before. I know this country…

  13. Playing the victims card lol

  14. Jassim Altamimi | November 19, 2019 at 4:59 PM | Reply

    Welcome to Qatar ❤ 2022

  15. Qatar: We have been treated unfairly
    Middle East Slaves Building the FIFA Stadium:

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  16. Not as surprised as we were when you got the nod in the first place!.Worlds largest sporting event in a country that bans alcohol and is 130 degrees .Cross my palm with silver and anything is possible I suppose.

  17. You hold workers passports until they pay their employer an impossible amount! Make them sleep 15-20 to a hotel room. 1 shower for 20 men. Low wages, the harshest of work conditions. You are corrupt and immoral! #BoycottQatar2022

  18. We got kids out here 🅿️

  19. I dont know how the game is to be played with the 45″C and above blistering heat.
    July, August are months you get your brains fried in the gulf area

  20. not everybody is gays respect other space country believe

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