Qatar (IP) - The confrontation of the Arab spectators with the Zionist elements in Qatar has made the regime hide the identity of its reporters during the 2022 World Cup.

Iran PressMiddle East: Israel's Channel 13 said the regime sent a message to Qatar and FIFA and protested the behavior of Muslim fans to the Israeli media and supporters of the regime. 

On Sunday, the Israeli Broadcasting Authority called on its correspondents in Qatar to keep their identity secret, not talk in Hebrew, and not use any logo associated with Israel.

The Israeli media company demanded its reporters use microphones without Israeli labels. 

The mandate came as the regime's reporters fell into a panic to reveal their identity due to the spectators' refusal to interview.

Israel supposed that normalizing ties with some Arab states would lead to its legitimacy and bring them a better future. Yet, the atmosphere of the World Cup in Qatar approved that the Israeli regime has no place in the Islamic and Arab countries and even among the people that their countries normalized ties with the regime.  

Supporting the Palestinian issue has become the key topic in the Qatar World Cup.

UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, and Morocco normalized their relations with the regime in 2020 due to the pressure of the US and regardless of the crimes of the Zionist regime against the Palestinians.

Since 1948, the Israeli regime has invaded Palestine, arresting, wounding, and killing the Palestinian people and destroying their homes.


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