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Qatar rejects compensation fund for World Cup migrant workers

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By Tim Witcher

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What you did in the dark will be brought out in the light,the right groups are gonna make their lives miserable

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Every single one of the workers in Qatar went by his own free will. Conditions are not great but much better than in their home countries.

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Every single one of the workers in Qatar went by his own free will.

Up until very recently - as a result of international outrage - indentured servitude was legal in Qatar. How can you call it "free will" when your boss has your passport and you are banned from leaving the state?

The rulers of Qatar are sick barbarians.

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I think there’s a difference between ‘went’ by his own free will , and ‘stay’ of his own free will.

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Fighto.....

How can you call it "free will" when your boss has your passport and you are banned from leaving the state?

As I said, they ALL know this is the reality when they sign up. Its wrong, But still better than life in their home country. That's the sad reality, there are plenty more waiting to take the place of the "slave laborers".

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These sicko rulers of Qatar should know that lying is a sin in Islam. They know they’re lying and we know they’re lying. Just stop the charade and the faux outrage, and pay up. You’re rich enough.

Sportwashing ain’t gonna clean Qatar’s image.

Boycott the games. Don’t watch, and don’t fly Qatar Airways.

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The conditions of import workers in Qatar, Saudi, UAE are terrible. But still better than the pay and conditions for poor Pakistanis who line up to go to these places.

The Qataris will have the best image money can buy!

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