Workers described forced labor in 122 Fahrenheit heat,
Even the Saudis don't want to have anything to do with Qatar. Hated in Egypt, despised in Dubai, the vicious Qatari Islamist tyranny that supports terror worldwide is still the toast of Europe for its hefty purses.
That's why the soccer World Cup is coming to Qatar in 2022, no matter how many bodies it takes.
In 2022, Qatar will host the World Cup. The host city has already made some waves with its stadium shaped like a certain body part. But what you might not know is that, since 2012, about 900 workers have died while working on infrastructure in Qatar, in a building boom anticipating the World Cup.
Last month, the Guardian reported that over 400 Nepalese migrant workers had already died at building sites. Between 2010 and 2012 more than 700 workers from India lost their lives working on construction sites in Qatar, too. A report by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) says that if conditions don’t get any better, by the time the World Cup kicks off, at least 4,000 migrant workers will have died on the job.
For comparison, 25 construction workers died during the preparations for Sochi.
It really says something when working conditions in Russia are wildly better than in your terrorist oil tyranny.
Workers described forced labor in 50C (122F) heat, employers who retain salaries for several months and passports making it impossible for them to leave and being denied free drinking water. The investigation found sickness is endemic among workers living in overcrowded and insanitary conditions and hunger has been reported. Thirty Nepalese construction workers took refuge in the their country's embassy and subsequently left the country, after they claimed they received no pay.
According to the ITUC, there are already 1.2 million migrant workers in Qatar, and about a million more will probably pour into the country to help with construction. These are essentially slaves.
Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Gulfies replaced their old system of slavery in the sixties with migrant worker slavery.