💰 You Can Get Alcohol Inside A Stadium At The World Cup In Qatar If You Have A Corporate Hospitality Ticket, Where Prices Start At £19,000.

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💰 You Can Get Alcohol Inside A Stadium At The World Cup In Qatar If You Have A Corporate Hospitality Ticket, Where Prices Start At £19,000.


FIFA ban sales of alcohol at World Cup stadiums in Qatar after the country's royal family called for the ban. 


Fifa has banned the sale of alcohol at World Cup stadiums in Qatar just 48 hours before the tournament starts after the royal family in the country called for the ban. 


Alcohol is haram, and therefore prohibited in Qatar, unless you can afford to pay £19,000 for a ticket, in which case obviously it's fine.



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Anonymous

8 days ago

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You can drink in Qatar. There are several hotel bars and restaurants that serve alcohol, been there and experienced it first hand. It's not completely dry.

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The point here is why didn’t Qatar make it clear no Alcohol allowed in the stadium due to the Islamic laws. Announcing this 48hrs before the tournament is just bad planning.

Anonymous

8 days ago

Trust me you can drink in Qatar, in most hotels, try the Bottomless Brunches, I’ve witnessed many Qataris bladdered, to say Qatar is a dry state is comical, nothing to do with religion. Just look at London during Ramadan, full of Qatari, Saudi, Emirati drinking and partying

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Well, it is their country and their rule, but Fifa made a mistake allowing them to host the world cup, that's my opinion!

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Let the press stop this propaganda now. There is alcohol sold duty-free. You can buy 100 bottles as you come in. It will help if you respect a country's law no matter what you think. You chopped the bribe and gave them the slot for the cup to be played there, then you all suddenly realized they have stringent laws. Abeg make una commot for road🥹

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Hahahah 😅 FIFA don enter one chance. Funny enough, Qatar agreed to all FIFE TERMS AND CONDITIONS only to reverse at the last minute. Arabs and wayo nah 5 and 6😂😂😂


If you are wealthy, you can control anything you want. That's precisely what is happening in Qatar 😆.

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This isn’t about religion. It’s about safety. It’s not safe having 500,000 drunk aggressive fans jumping around in tight and crowded areas. In the hospitality area, they’ll be served in moderation so no one would be drunk.

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Was it about safety when they were building the stadiums?

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People didn't want to listen. Same as in Dubai, law only counts to those who are not multi millionaires/billionaires. Hiding behind Islamic law is a facade and has been for a while. Money is the only thing that matters to these people

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Clowns

This shouldn't be okay pure hypocrisy changing the rules if you are rich

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The ONLY reason why I'm ok with it isn't because of respecting culture, or whatever, I think it limits at least one dangerous aspect that's building up. There are going to be a lot of pissed off people already who watched their team lose or whatever, in the hot desert, unable to

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But it is sold in the country, as the video says, at specific locations. This is a continuation of that. They shouldn't have waited until two days before KO to make this decision but the connotation you are making is wide off the mark.

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This is why they will always take these countries more seriously and respected than Africa. Africa does not have the guts to take such a stance. A black man would have to bend the rules to suit his Colonia masters. Smh

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They are not banning alcohol during the tournament just during in the stadium so if it’s haraam why aren’t they outright banning it. To my surprise I just learned that alcohol is available in Dubai, as well as many Emirate countries

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Despite all the laws and rules you seemingly must abide to upon entering the country, there also making it ridiculously expensive. Unless you're some sort of corporate elite who does attending this wc possibly appeal to?

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