les relations sexuelles hors mariage interdites au Qatar pendant le Mondial ?

During the World Cup, which takes place in Qatar (November 21-December 18), sexual relations outside marriage will be prohibited during the tournament under penalty of a prison sentence of up to seven years according to the English press.

The World Cup is the celebration of the world of football, but the rules in Qatar could be very strict. The Daily Star reports that sex will be officially banned at the tournament, which begins on November 21, except for married couples. Sex outside marriage and homosexuality are illegal in Qatar and each carries a prison sentence of up to seven years. FIFA officials have warned there will be “no exceptions”.

“Everyone” is welcome in Qatar

A police source recalled, in remarks relayed by the British press, that “sex was not on the agenda, unless you come as a couple. There will certainly be no adventures of a night at this tournament. There won’t be any party at all, really. Everyone has to keep a cool head unless they want to risk ending up in jail. For the first time in the history of the World Cup, sex is forbidden. Fans must be prepared.”

A few weeks ago, the Emir of Qatar explained that “everyone is welcome” at the tournament. “We don’t prevent anyone from coming to Doha with different origins, different beliefs, Qatar is a very welcoming country. We have millions of people coming to visit our country and the World Cup is a great opportunity for people. from different parts of the world to come and discover our culture”, confided Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, who nevertheless posed a small condition.

“I also want everyone to come and understand and appreciate the culture of different cultures equally. We all live on the same planet, but each of us has different cultures. We welcome everyone, but we also expect and want that people respect our culture,” he asked.

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