Hamad bin Jassim: These countries conspired against Qatar to thwart the World Cup

The former Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim, said that in conjunction with the upcoming opening of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, he remembers with regret what some have done over the past years to try to thwart this huge and unprecedented Qatari achievement in the region.

In a series of tweets to him via his official Twitter account, which was monitored by (Watan), Sheikh Hamad said: “As we are heading to an important event this month, as my country is hosting the Football World Cup, one remembers with regret the bitter campaigns carried out by some (to question) the readiness of Qatar. This world championship and trying to thwart it under many pretexts.”

The prominent Qatari politician pointed out that although he is not interested in football, which is loved by the majority of the Qatari people, he is interested in the tournament hosted by his country.

He continued: “Although there are some observations and aspects of criticism for me and for every jealous patriot, we must admit that the achievements made to host and organize the tournament on my country during the past years and until today are much more important than mistakes that occurred here and there.”

Pointing out at the same time, that these errors must be taken into account, and corrected in the present and the future.

Hamad bin Jassim stressed that despite the struggle of many countries near and far to try to thwart the World Cup, “it is important to agree that Qatar has achieved an important achievement and a great work that deserves to be commended, and everyone should draw lessons and lessons,” he said.

The former Prime Minister of Qatar also expected that the skeptics would launch new campaigns in criticism during the tournament, downplaying the importance of achievement, and focusing on the mistakes that occur in any global event.

He made it clear that the Qataris should not be led astray.

Concluding his tweets, he added, “Although we Qataris and loyalists in the Arab world welcome all constructive and realistic criticism.”

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