US News: World Cup 2022: Qatar police trampled and prohibited a Brazilian flag with an LGBT

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symbol after the Argentine - Saudi Arabia, two Brazilian journalists had problems with Qatar police and stadium safety. FIFA has banned "One Love" armbands, and Qatari do not want to see flags from the LGBTQIA+community. And seeing the rainbow on the Pernambouc flag, a state of Brazil, they believed that it was an LGBT support. They then took the flag and trampled on it ...

  Coupe du Monde 2022 : la police du Qatar piétine et interdit un drapeau brésilien confondu avec un symbole LGBT © Pexels.com/alexander Gray

after FIFA which launched a ban on wearing "One Love" armbands against LGBTQIA+ discrimination (and has changed the Belgium jerseys), it is Qatar's police turn to be homophobia. At the same time, a small reminder, homosexuality is considered illegal in the country which welcomes the 2022 World Cup, it can even be punished by prison and torture.

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While The Germans challenged FIFA and its censorship of the LGBTQIA+community, Brazilian journalists who cover the World Cup have dealt with the Qatar police, who took their flag for LGBT support. Victor Pereira and his colleague Kelvin Maciel left the stadium, after the match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia, and interviewed Brazilian volunteers when they were approached by police officers and security. They wore the flag of their state, Pernambouc, one of the federated states of Brazil. Problem: there is a rainbow on it, enough to worship homophobes!

"We were approached because of the Pernambuc flag, which has a rainbow and they thought it was the LGBT flag. They took my mobile phone and only returned it to me when I Erased the video I had "explained Victor Pereira in a series of videos posted on Twitter.

"They even took the flag", "threw him on the ground and trampled on"

the two media members specified: "They even took the flag of Pernambuc, threw him on the ground and the 'Have trampled on. When some people intervened and appeared the situation. The video in which I record what they did with the flag that I had to delete! Fortunately people were there and recorded it ".

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