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German minister opposes FIFA and wears armband in support of the LGBTQIA+ community at a World Cup game

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Germany players protested on the field saying they were silenced by the entity

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German minister watches World Cup match with armband in support of LGBTQIA+ community banned by FIFA

The Minister of the Interior of GermanyNancy Faeser, drew attention this Wednesday, the 23rd, by appearing wearing the armband “One Love” in support of the LGBTQIA+ community at the Khalifa stadium, where the game between Germany and Japan was being held, the debut of the two countries in the 2022 World Cup. armband by players during World Cup matches in Qatar. Neuer, captain and goalkeeper of the German national team, would enter the field with the utensil in his arms even with the FIFA ban that threatened to punish with a yellow card the player who used the armband, reported the European press. But, in the last few minutes, he opted for another one that said “No Descimination” (without discrimination). The FIFA ban did not stop Germany from demonstrating, before the start of the match, in the official photo, they held a protest. The 11 starting players posed with their hands over their mouths, symbolizing that they were silenced by the entity. In an official statement, the German Football Association said it wanted to set an example of its values ​​with the armband and that human rights are non-negotiable.

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Source: Jovempan

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