Sport: World Cup 2022: taken for an LGBTQ emblem, a flag of a confiscated Brazilian state and thrown on the ground

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Le drapeau de l'Etat du Pernambouc a été piétiné. © Twitter The flag of the State of Pernambouc was trampled. The rainbow obviously does not have the right of city in Qatar, unlike the promises made upstream by the Organization Committee of the World Cup . Journalist Victor Pereira, who covers the World Cup on behalf of several media in his country, was in turn the victim, but without having sported the LGBTQ emblem. The Brazilian and his colleague Kelvin Maciel sported the flag of their state, the Pernambouc, which precisely includes these colors by leaving the Lusail stadium where he came to cover the meeting between Argentina and Saudi Arabia . In a series of three videos published on Tuesday on his Twitter account, Victor Pereira says that Qataris and police came to alpague them after having confused the emblems of this federated state in northeast Brazil. One man in particular would have taken the flag from the hands of a volunteer who took a picture with it, according to the story made to TV Globo by the two men. Victor Pereira says he wanted to film the scene, but that his mobile phone was in turn confiscated. Witnesses present around the crowd filmed the scene, a sequence which he then shared on social networks. We actually see police there hold the flag. We also see Victor Pereira explaining himself with a man, dressed in traditional Qatari outfit, who holds in his hand what seems to be the mobile phone of the journalist, equipped with his official accreditation. "They threw the flag on the ground and walked on it, this is where some people intervened to calm the situation," said Victor Pereira on Twitter. I was then forced to remove the video where I filmed what they did. "" A feeling of revolt "" We even have a feeling of revolt. Because at no time did they even explain that the flag we brought here is the flag of our state, which we are so proud of, "continues Kelvin Maciel. If their flag returned to them, the two journalists asked for the support of their embassy in Qatar for fear of losing their accreditation. On Sunday, American journalist Grant Wahl was blocked by security half an hour before they could access the stadium where the United States faced Wales. wore him a t-shirt with an rainbow supports the LGBTQ people. Upstream of the same match, other videos show Welsh supporters being questioned by the staff of the speaker on hats in these colors. The rights of LGTBQ persons are among the recurring criticism of Qatar. Homosexuality is illegal in the Gulf emirate, or even liable to the death penalty.

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