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Iranian females claim they are ‘being spied on by government officials’ at the Qatar World Cup


Iranian female supporters claim they are ‘being spied on by government officials’ at the Qatar World Cup after staging controversial stadium protests in support of Mahsa Amini

Female Iranian football supporters fear they are being followed by ‘government spies’ inside stadiums at the Qatar World Cup.

Women attending the World Cup have reported recognising members in the crowd taking pictures and keeping track of supporters with binoculars as civil unrest continues to grow back home in Iran.

Women are being persecuted in Iran following the death of…



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