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Israeli sources: Qatar behind Argentina friendly cancellation
Nadav Zenziper
Published: 07.06.18, 13:31
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1. You suffered a painful PR blow, try to swallow it
Khalid Amayreh ,   Occupied Jerusalem   (06.07.18)
2. No surprise
Rami ,   Helsinki   (06.07.18)
Qatar is a supporter of Iran and Islamic Jihad.
3. WC in Qatar stadiums built by slaves OK Israel no??????
4. No wonder, Qatar bribe FIFA also????
Avram Goldsmith ,   Toronto -Kiriat Gat   (06.08.18)
As per sport event , clear manipulation of Qatar using corrupted money of sponsorship as leverage??? Corruption attracts only corruption , but wonder how Argentinean player reacted upon????
5. It's not about football, about Argentina or Messi.
Dumb Blonde   (06.10.18)
BDS, BBC, Iranian, Turkish, Qatari, Hamas & Pallywood demonization to delegitimize works. Now Israel is deterred, it doesn't dare to shoot the terrorists who are burning Israel to ashes. Twenty years ago, the wrriting was on the wall. The onslaught wasn't primarily "military", but a propaganda terrorism Israel didn't take seriously.

They saw the crack: collective pop psychology converging with Jew-hatred. Israel-hating Jew-haters mold and exploit it, but Israel doesn't internalize its nature. Lousy "public diplomacy" measures are improvised. Time for a formidable agency, as superb as Shin Bet and Mossad, which must understand pop collective psychology and how it converges with anti-Semitism, and combatt it. It is -at this late hour- existential.
6. Irelevant
Ralf Wahlenberg ,   Brussel   (06.10.18)
Its irelevant who did what I am happy Argentina did not play in Israel
Iranian Jew ,   LALA LAND   (06.16.18)
THAT OVER 2,000 WORKERS have lost their lives building these stupid football stadium in Qatar. I guess those lives are not as precious or PR happy as the Palis. Funny how the Iranian mullahs don't bring that issue up. Lots of the workers were Muslims. I guess they only talk when their own or Vladi's interest are in danger.
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