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What German Football Can Do to Remedy Abuses in Qatar

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image T-shirt campaign by the German team at the World Cup qualification match between Germany and Iceland on March 25, 2021 in Duisburg, Germany.  © 2021 Marvin Ibo G'ng'r/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images Speaking out against abuses in Qatar is possible, but consequences may vary depending on who you are. Philipp Lahm, captain of Germany’s 2014 world champion football team, received public praise when he announced he would not attend FIFA’s World Cup 2022 tournament in Qatar and criticized the country’s human rights record. But when Malcolm Bidali, a Kenyan migrant worker…


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