World: Protest by Neumann: "A sign of diversity and tolerance"

California law school implements policy banning protests that 'substantially disrupt' events and speeches

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Doha (SID)-ZDF commentator Claudia Neumann has set a clear statement in her own way after the ban on the "One Love" flair by the World Association FIFA. At the World Cup game in Qatar between the USA and Wales, the journalist was sitting with black T-shirt with an imprint in rainbow colors and a suitable armband in the Ahmad-Bin Ali Stadium. "I want to set a sign of diversity and tolerance," Neumann told the SID during the game.

Neumann setzt ein Zeichen und trägt © Firo/SID/ Neumann sets a sign and bears

Before that, FIFA had banned the "One Love" flair and threatened with punishments-the national associations around the German Football Association (DFB) bent and bent said that the bandage could not be worn.

Not only Neumann reacted to the ban with a clear sign. Other media representatives also joined. US journalist Grant Wahl reported on Twitter that he was initially denied admission because he was wearing a rainbow shirt - but was allowed to wait after 25 minutes, including excuse. BBC expert Alex Scott had worn the "One Love" captain's bandage on the edge of the field on the edge of the group game between England and Iran.

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