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Saudi - Egyptian World Cup Bid Could Make Qatar’s Experience Look Like A Cakewalk

Saudi - Egyptian World Cup Bid Could Make Qatar’s Experience Look Like A Cakewalk

Update: 2022-08-20
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At first glance, a potential bid by Saudi Arabia and Egypt, two of the world's worst human rights violators, together with Greece, to host the 2030 World Cup sounds like an invitation to a perfect public relations fiasco.

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Saudi - Egyptian World Cup Bid Could Make Qatar’s Experience Look Like A Cakewalk

Saudi - Egyptian World Cup Bid Could Make Qatar’s Experience Look Like A Cakewalk

James M. Dorsey