TUE - 22 Nov - 2022
Iran public football club on Monday would not sing public song of praise during first match against Britain at FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar as a demonstration of help for hostile to government dissidents
The match setting is Khalifa Worldwide Arena in Doha
Twitter praised this signal when the Britain group dumped the arrangement to wear "One Love" armbands to keep away from appointments on field.
"On a day when Britain back down from wearing an armband over worries about a player getting booked, Iran players swear off singing their song of praise in fight at their administration. That is genuine fortitude," said a Twitter client.
"Praise to the Iran group who wouldn't sing the public hymn fighting the system. They will return to a harsh system and have far additional guts than European groups who couldn't wear favorable to LGBTI+ armbands out of dread of suspension," said another Twitter client.
Many Iranian well known individuals, competitors and craftsmen have shown fortitude with the dissenters
However not the public soccer group, until Monday's match when all colleagues stayed quiet when the public song of praise was played