VOTE FOR QATAR

eliashamzo
By eliashamzo

Vote for QATAR in Inside World Football's poll, "Who do you think should host the 2022 World Cup?"

http://www.insideworldfootball.biz/index.php

Source : QATAR BID 2022 OFFICIAL GROUP ON FACEBOOK .

Come on folks show your support to Qatar ..

By Yasir Ilyas• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 2/5
Yasir Ilyas

Inshallah Qatar will host it.I vote and provide my full support to Qatar, Inshallah we will win.

By arecel• 12 years 2 months ago.
arecel

there are hooligans in saudi? where?

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
britexpat

I think that is the least of their problems.. in saudi , the interior police dealt with them quite comfortably :O(

By arecel• 12 years 2 months ago.
arecel

i'm really concern about the hooligans. what will the police do? they can not even properly manage the unruly ones during national day and during sport events.

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
reysaj

good understanding of people starts from open-ended discussions to achieve common good.

By Colt45• 12 years 2 months ago.
Colt45

There is no doubt in my mind that Qatar can host one of the BEST WC's given it's monetary strength.

But the question that looms in everyone's mind is, will they be able to tolerate the boisterous, unruly fans who will flout all the norms of this society?

Will the security forces be able to sustain these crowds at the gates when something goes wrong?

I'd like to be optimistic on this and a lot more, but there is always that element of doubt :-(

That said, I have and will support QATAR's bid :-)

By flor1212• 12 years 2 months ago.
flor1212

hard-pressed to win at all cost. Precisely the reason the decision was given to certain numbers of people who will vote/decide on it. Ours is to discuss it civilly and avoid badmouthing any side.

The silent majority will always be silent, it's always the opposition who creates the noise and will do anything to get the attention to many extremes! And bad extremes if I may say so!

By genesis• 12 years 2 months ago.
genesis

I somehow agree with you. I don’t understand why would someone be accused of being disloyal for not supporting the bid. The same goes On Arabic local internet forums, where those who opposes the Bid are called unpatriotic

Still, don’t dictate your thoughts on others as they might see things from another perspective.

By Nic• 12 years 2 months ago.
Nic

Qatar's fundamental morals, principles and integrity can't embrace what the WC usually brings to a hosting Nation, unless it drops it all in 12 years!

A difficult choice for a muslim conservative society, or a decision where the local people have no say!

By flor1212• 12 years 2 months ago.
flor1212

maybe you're the one who have d............!

By ex.ex.expat• 12 years 2 months ago.
ex.ex.expat

I was recruited but I fail to see any humour in the fact. Do I consider myself "lucky"? I like my job and was flattered that I am good enough at it that I was sought after. That said, I don't understand why you are "lol-ing" unless you are suffering from dementia.

By GodFather.• 12 years 2 months ago.
GodFather.

All I can say with confident is that 2018 will be a Uefa Country and 2022 will be a country from the AFC..:)

By flor1212• 12 years 2 months ago.
flor1212

were luckily recruited (read: kidnapped to work, of course with a huge pay) rather than applied for his/her job? Lol!

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

Go Australia.

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 2/5
britexpat

Surprise, Surprise - South America's Conmebol federation has came out in support of the joint Iberian bid.

"The 10 countries are agreed to give the vote to Spain," said Conmebol's general secretary Eduardo Deluca.

It's not the decision, but the announcement that i find suprising ...

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
anonymous

@ rashid ahmed,spot on mate...there's no link whatsoever between Qatar helping it's neighbours/other Arab countries & hosting the World Cup,two completely separate issues & that's how it ought to be viewed. Nicely put...

By shapil• 12 years 2 months ago.
shapil

gadarene...either take it or leave it ;)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

@ reysaj,hate to break up conversation you're having with your fellow rear end kisser & excuse my ignorance,but what in heaven's name does "rage of polished logic and ideas" even mean???...

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Quite funny how desperate some posters seem to be about owning England... It won't happen - ever. England is waking up - slowly but surely!

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

True gadarene - thanks for the warning buddy, I sometimes let my emotions and frustrations take over... don't we all? All I can now happily count is my remaining DAYS in this country.

Where is saeedkan when I need somebody to argue with??? (joke) ;)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

@ genesis,so technically Qatar will host the World Cup if England win 2018?!?!...good weather,no cultural restrictions...sounds like the perfect solution!!! :)...

By genesis• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
genesis

For 2018 I voted England. By then, London would be owned by QIA ;)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

@ Alumnar well then i guess i'm not getting shot! :)...as for the other "discussion" you're having here,all i can say,is watch out for the rear end kisser!!!...

By eliashamzo• 12 years 2 months ago.
eliashamzo

Alumnar ...

I am lebanese, and its my 4th year in QATAR , and never my stay here was because they need me or am waiting the money .

Qatar represent more than that , represent our second home , our new work and challenge which we find the most suitable for us than any other work in a different place, New place , new friends , new style of life .

You might be against some rules , but if you belong to this country you would like to see your goverment do the best for you.

During all my stay here i never witness anything that makes me feel as a lower part .

Instead i also see how Qatar stand next to lebanon and helped him during the last war and how they interfer to make communications between party .

try to go out of your confront zone guys , life isnt just about money and needs.

trust me i feel proud when i see some of my machines build a new tower which i witness since it was on ground. coz i am a part of that growth .

God bless QATAR .

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

Brit people may think Korea is unsafe for a global event :)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

If England don't get 2018 then there is something seriously flawed at FIFA

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

This country accepted WHO as part of this society??? These are the people who say 'don't like it, leave'! You need us and that's why we are here. You pay us big amounts of money to do the qualified jobs you can't do. We do them - you pay us. Business relationship, NOTHING ELSE. You give us no rights apart from the right of being paid for our work. Is that what you call being FAIR?

And caps off please - as they mean SHOUTING! Thank you.

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

well said eliashamzo

By eliashamzo• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 2/5
eliashamzo

VOTE FOR THIS COUNTRY ..

WHO ACCEPTED YOU AS A PART OF HIS SOCIETY

VOTE FOR THE COUNTRY WHO S THE REASON WHY YOU ARE FEELING SECURE NOW

GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO QATAR >>>>>>>>>>>>>

YOU REALLY DESERVE IT ...

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Gadarene - he means Christiano Ronaldo, our star :)))

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

@ britexpat,were you referring to me by any chance? *wink*!...:)

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Gadarene, I do hope I can detect sarcasm in your post, or else I will shoot you! :P

The winker will make all the difference Brit - sit back and wait ;)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
anonymous

@ Alumnar,what labour abuse?...Qatar champions human rights,it even has the NHRC "National Human Rights Commission" to ensure worker's rights...no such abuse here...

Weather conditions OUTSIDE the stadium?...how does that matter?...The World Cup is about going from your air conditioned hotel room to an air conditioned bus to an air conditioned stadium & back & into bed by 9pm like good boys & girls,so the 45 degree heat & the 85% plus humidity makes no difference now does it?...

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
britexpat

Even though you support "the winker" , your vote si accepted..

Now where's that traitor Oryx ??

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Amen gadarene!!! That is one of the BIG changes!!! FINALLY!!!

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Qhris... NO WAY will the UK be under muslim laws!!! I promise I will leave the UK (where I will be moving back to after New Year) for good! Just the thought of it makes me feel iffy.... :S

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

Mr. Cameron says the UK is going to clamp down on immigration...so no more dubious South Asians with no knowledge of English & no college (or even high school) degree landing @ Heathrow,flushing their passports down the bog & claiming "political asylum"?...what a shame...

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

Brit... I am Portuguese, enough said.

Of course I want Portugal and England to get it. I must have been reading with one eye shut, sorry mate. I sure do NOT want Qatar to get it only because it will allow more labour abuse for a number of years and the weather conditions OUTSIDE the stadiums and the kind of life the visitors want to have during the WC will just not happen.

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
britexpat

Since many of the shopkeepers who sell these heathen products are Muslim, a special Fatwa will be issued for the duration of the world cup.

(business is business)

The only segregation will be for the french and German supporters or those wearing a Burqa.

By FlyingAce• 12 years 2 months ago.
FlyingAce

My vote is for Qatar... :)

By ex.ex.expat• 12 years 2 months ago.
ex.ex.expat

You guys will make us infidels give up our pints :(

But you're right that we won't need a/c. and nothing like playing in some precipitation to refresh you ;)

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

@ britexpat LOL...

@ Lostinspace,re: your comment on the other World Cup 2022 bid thread...i rest my case...catch my drift mate?! *wink*!

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

You sure?

Alcohol and pork will probably be banned by then so as not to offend the minorities (by then the majorities)

True about the weather though (unless 'global warming' (which doesn't exist) really kicks off in the next few years).

Yes, i did just use brackets within brackets.

:-)

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
britexpat

Possibly, But we won't need airconditioning and those heathens who want to drink will be allowed to..

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
anonymous

By 2018 England will be under the same Muslim laws as Qatar.....:-p

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
britexpat

STOP...

Rewind ##########

Oryx and Alumnar DID NOT vote for England - The home of Football ???

Blasphemy\!!!!!

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
reysaj

@LIS: Face palm

By LostInSpace• 12 years 2 months ago.
LostInSpace

the 'vote Qatar' button a million times mate, wont make a jot of difference, they WONT get it!

By ex.ex.expat• 12 years 2 months ago.
ex.ex.expat

?

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
reysaj

vote let's say a thousand times an hour. So far Qatar got 1051 hits.

By Alumnar• 12 years 2 months ago.
Alumnar

I'm with Oryx :)))

By Oryx• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
Oryx

for 2018 I vote Spain and Portugal

for 2022 well Australia or Qatar but NOT the US - sorry too soon after they last held it.

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
reysaj

because there's no rules stated to limit our vote in a day. So far I hit three times in favor to Qatar.

By LostInSpace• 12 years 2 months ago.
LostInSpace

votes should sway the WC in favour of Qatar, well done!

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
anonymous

I voted for Qatar. All the best Qatar.

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
reysaj

So far Qatar got 56.9% number of voters with a total of 904 hits as of 1907 hours Wednesday, 24 November 2010. Let's celebrate a little success! HOOOOOOOoooooo hOOOohhhhhhh

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
reysaj

So far Qatar got 56.9% number of voters with a total of 904 hits as of 1907 hours Wednesday, 24 November 2010. Let's celebrate a little success! HOOOOOOOoooooo hOOOohhhhhhh

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
anonymous

Please do not vote / support for qatar bid because if u will support in future u and ur family will have problem in this country. House rent goves up, cost of living will increase, and terminations from job. So be care Full.

By ex.ex.expat• 12 years 2 months ago.
ex.ex.expat

so I could vote for Australia ;)

By Keidoupe• 12 years 2 months ago.
Keidoupe

i accidently voted australia too, sorry, maybe ill tell my grandsons to vote qatar for 3000

By britexpat• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
britexpat

MY GOD!~

I just realised. Could south korea be using the spat with the North to garner symapthy votes for the world cup :O(

By reysaj• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 5/5
reysaj

I vote for Qatar to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

By anonymous• 12 years 2 months ago.
Rating: 3/5
anonymous

My hand 'slipped' and I 'accidentally' voted for Australia.

'Sorry'.

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