This Thursday the head of the National Institute Against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (indik, Victoria DondaRecommendations of the defended manual use of language in football, specially created for journalists covering the World Cup in Qatar. The document includes 19 suggestions and a glossary of words.
According to the 21-page brief, the Office of the Public Defender promotes the tool “so that communicators and journalists who do reporting, commenting on mobile phones or on the floor can do their jobs more easily.”
Within the framework of the criticism received from the agency’s initiative, Donda stated that “It is not foolish to interpret words”. In radio statements, the official explained: “I understand the folklore of football, but you have to separate the folklore from the violent. The guide isn’t for the people who go on the pitch, it’s for the communicators.”
Arabs: They are ethnic and linguistic groups that speak Arabic. Not all countries of the Islamic religion speak Arabic. Turkey and Iran are two countries in the Middle East where, for example, Arabic is not spoken.
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Queue (according to the United Nations nomenclature Qatar): is a state located in Western Asia and occupies the small peninsula of Qatar in the east of the Arabian Peninsula. Mostly Islamic religions of the Sunni branch. Its form of government is monarchical and Sharia, an Islamic code, is the main source of law according to its constitution.
IslamIt is a monotheistic religion whose holy book is the Quran. It originated in Arabia in the seventh century and its chief prophet is Muhammad. Although it is associated with the Middle East where 90% believe it, more than half of its believers today are in the Asia Pacific region. Indonesia, Pakistan and India are, in fact, the main countries in terms of Islamic population.
Middle East: It is a widely used concept globally and brings together countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia, but also the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Iran and Israel. Middle East and Near East are virtually synonymous.
Muslim: is a person who professes and professes Islam.
Sharia: consists of the body of Islamic law. It is a detailed code of conduct, ethical standards and rules relating to worship.