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Jualan bir diharamkan di sekitar stadium Piala Dunia Qatar​

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  • Oleh WARTAWAN LUAR NEGARA
  • 19 November 2022, 3:05 pm

DOHA: Majlis Persekutuan Bola Sepak Antarabangsa (FIFA) mengumumkan bahawa tiada penjualan bir beralkohol kepada peminat di sekitar lapan stadium kejohanan Piala Dunia berikutan perbincangan terbaharu dengan tuan rumah Qatar.

Pengumuman itu dibuat dua hari sebelum sepak mula Piala Dunia Ahad ini yang pertama kali diadakan di negara Islam dengan kawalan ketat terhadap alkohol yang dilarang penggunaannya di khalayak ramai.

Menurut kenyataan FIFA, keputusan dibuat untuk mengeluarkan lokasi jualan bir dari perimeter stadium Piala Dunia FIFA 2022 Qatar.

Alkohol masih akan dijual di Festival Peminat FIFA, destinasi peminat lain dan tempat berlesen. Ia akan tersedia dalam suite VIP di stadium dan di beberapa bar hotel dan restoran.

Bir Bud Zero tanpa alkohol akan kekal tersedia di semua stadium. “Pihak berkuasa negara tuan rumah dan FIFA akan terus memastikan stadium dan kawasan sekitar menyediakan pengalaman yang menyeronokkan, hormat dan menyenangkan untuk semua peminat,” kata FIFA.-AGENSI

 
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QATAR IS NOW SELLING NON-ALCOHOLIC BEER ONLY AT 2022 WORLD CUP MATCHES​

By Drew Smith
November 18, 2022
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Well, this should really come as no surprise to anyone who’s been following The Liberty Line. News from the 2022 World Cup broke this morning that Qatar has completely reversed course and will now ONLY sell non-alcoholic at the stadiums.



Budweiser, a FIFA sponsor for over 30 years which pays the organization more than $100M per World Cup cycle, won’t be allowed to serve you beer in or around the stadiums here in Qatar.

Again, if you keep scrolling, this is a laundry list of everything that ridiculous thing that’s happened in Qatar dating back to early June 2022. The 2022 World Cup just continues to get worse.

I repeat, there will be ZERO alcoholic drinks sold across the eight stadiums inside Qatar hosting matches.

In September, Qatar had said it would permit ticketed fans to buy alcoholic beer at World Cup soccer matches starting three hours before kickoff and for one hour after the final whistle, but not during the match.

Now, they are completely changing course and just nixing all alcohol sales completely.
Hate to be that guy but….told ya so?

2022 World Cup Disaster Rundown​

Danish Broadcast Shut Down by Qatari Officials on Live TV​



“You invited the whole world to come here, why can’t we film? It’s a public place.”

That literally is the million dollar question. Why would Qatar even want to host the World Cup in the first place if they are going to be overly strict about EVERYTHING? It makes zero sense, right?

The World Cup is supposed to be a showcase of the host country and a melting pot of countries getting together to host the biggest sporting event in the world. Countries are willing to dish out insane amounts of money to have a chance to host the World Cup and somehow, Qatar won this bid and is now ruining everything for the entire world.

Embarrassing.
Anyways, here’s a rundown of all the bad shit happening in Qatar if you missed the original posts from months ago.

Back in June, I wrote about how Qatar enacted a sex ban, s well as no drinking or partying during the World Cup. Violating these laws would land you in prison.
FIFA World Cup Sex Ban Due to Qatar “Laws”
  • No Sex Outside of Marriage
  • No Homosexuality (Sorry England)
  • No Public Displays of Affection
  • No Drinking or Partying after Matches

At the time, FIFA sent out a memo with the laws in place in Qatar for the cup and failure to comply would land you in jail for up to seven years. They were extremely clear that there would be no leniency.

From there, it was announced that Qatar would NOT be serving alcohol inside stadiums during the games and that if you wanted to have a drink, alcohol would only be available in restricted timeframes elsewhere.

Qatar’s 2022 World Cup Stadiums Will Be Alcohol-Free

“At stadiums, the plans are still being finalised, but the current discussion is to allow fans to have beer upon arrival and when leaving stadium, but beer won’t be served during the match or inside the stadium bowl,” via Reuters

In early September, we learned that Qatar would be cutting down on anyone traveling into their country with strict rules about what people were allowed to bring with them (jail time for bringing alcohol and restricted items), while making it mandatory to submit to geolocating while inside their country.

This was put in place while the government made it MANDATORY for civilians to work at World Cup events in the form of military service.

They summoned diplomats from overseas to return to their country to work as well.

Qatar has called up hundreds of civilians, including diplomats summoned back from overseas, for mandatory military service operating security checkpoints at World Cup stadiums, according to a source and documents seen by Reuters.

Qatar expects an unprecedented influx of 1.2 million visitors for the tournament, and already has an agreement with Turkey, which is supplying 3,000 riot police.
via ESPN

If that wasn’t bad enough, Qatar then said that they wouldn’t even be televising World Cup matches at restaurants, hotels, and other locations inside their country.

[Source] – Football fans who have paid out huge sums for hotel rooms, apartments and villas at the Qatar World Cup face arriving to find no live TV coverage of the tournament there.

That Mail on Sunday understands that a number of hotels in Doha have decided not to screen games, having been told they will have to pay host broadcaster BeIN Sports around 100,000 Qatari riyals (£24,000) for every restaurant or bar which shows them.


BeIN Sports said it could not disclose commercial arrangements with hotel and accommodation providers. But it indicated that it had to recoup some of the huge fees for tournament broadcasting rights, as well as its investment in production and technical facilities.

As of things couldn’t get any worse, images were then released today of Qatar’s fan village, which is literally shipping containers and bean bags set up in front of a single screen.


At this point, you don’t even have to take my word for it. FIFA and Sepp Blatter came out this week and literally admitted that Qatar hosting the World Cup was a massive mistake.


[Source] – And now in an interview in his homeland, Swiss fixer Blatter, ousted after the FBI raids on Fifa in 2015, pinned the blame directly on ex-Uefa boss and one-time protege Platini.

Blatter said: “The choice of Qatar was a mistake.
“At the time, we actually agreed in the Executive Committee that Russia should get the 2018 World Cup and the USA that of 2022. “But a week before the 2010 Fifa Congress, Michel Platini called me and said our plan would no longer work.

“He told me he had been invited to the Elysée Palace, where then French President Sarkozy had just had lunch with the Crown Prince of Qatar.

“Sarkozy said to Platini: ‘See what you and your colleagues from Uefa can do for Qatar when the World Cup is awarded.’
“So I couldn’t count on Platini anymore. It came out exactly like this: Thanks to Platini’s four votes and his people, the World Cup went to Qatar instead of the USA. That’s the truth.”


So yeah, I’m going to gloat a little bit and say that I was all over Qatar being a bad idea months ago and now everyone in the world realizes it.

The World Cup should have been in the USA this year but now we have. to wait until 2026 before the best world event planet Earth has to offer comes to the land of the free.

This is why I wrote an article about how America is back and when the World Cup returns to North America in 2026 and is played in Philadelphia, it’s going to be the biggest party the world has ever seen.

Enough with these dumb Arab countries and their ridiculous rules. Sorry. It’s 2022 and if you can’t treat people with common decency then you’re on my shit list. Basic civil rights laws need to be enacted before you’re allowed to host anything and welcome people from all over the world. That goes for China, Russia, and certainly goes for Qatar.

Land of the free baby, you can fuck whoever you want, whenever you want. Hold hands, make out in front of the Liberty Bell, head over to Delilahs after a match.

Literally whatever you want to do is fair game and that, people of the world, is the way it should be.
 

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Nutri malt pun majlis fatwa kita tak kasi minum

Budweiser bikin bole plak ye 😂

Mcm2 versi islam ada
Ada yg mkn ular buaya halal
Kita bole makan dubuk hehhe
Dinegara teluk memang non alcoholic beer dan wine ni halal diminum. Orang Islam pun ada kilang buat beer halal dan jenama besar pun ada kilang non alcoholic mereka di negara teluk.
 

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Thirsty Thursdays: Top 7 Non Alcoholic Beers in Saudi Arabia​

Posted on May 31, 2018
“Work is the curse of the drinking classes” – Oscar Wilde.

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Thirsty Thursdays: Top 7 Non Alcoholic Beers in Saudi Arabia

While backpacking in Saudi Arabia recently, I realised it was one of the rare countries I visited where I didn’t consume any alcohol. This is due to the strict law – alcohol is simply forbidden here and will result in imprisonment, fines or expulsion. There are so many strict rules in Saudi Arabia with no alcohol, no pork and no gambling. It makes it hard for companies such as Budweiser, Danepak and Online Casino Bluebook to make money here, or any impact. However, Budweiser, are present as I found out! Did you hear the one about the Mexican, the Portuguese Guy, the Ukrainian and the travelling Northern Irishman who walked into a bar in Saudi Arabia?

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Thirsty Thursdays: Top 7 Non Alcoholic Beers in Saudi Arabia

However this was not the first dry country for me, there were a few other countries/regions I backpacked without indulging into the booze, and as far as I remember these were:

Afghanistan – I didn’t see any alcohol on my trip.
Austenasia – It was a quick day trip and I didn’t see any alcohol on my trip.
Chernobyl Exclusion Zone – I took a day off the rip to do this trip but there was alcohol in the hotel inside Chernobyl.
Iran – I was once offered whiskey (in Shahr e Kord) but declined and spent a month in the country without any alcohol.
Kuwait – I didn’t see any alcohol on my trip.
Lovely – Millwall Neil and I were running in the Camden Locks that night with Good Gym, so we stayed off the sauce while backpacking the sights of Lovely.
Qatar – I have been three times but I wasn’t looking for alcohol, but remember having a wine at the airport.
Western Sahara – I didn’t see any alcohol on my trip.

And these remote places, I did have a beer in:
Adammia – I tried the local wine from the Adammic Winery.
Algeria – I had a local Algerian beer here.
Antarctica – On our last night near the Polish Base on King George Island, we had a beer by the rocks.
Bahrain – I had one night on the rip in this city, visiting three bars.
Bangladesh – I only visited one bar and had a single beer here during a one week stint in the country.
Don’t Stop Living – I often consume beer while visiting the world’s only travel blog country.
Iraq – I actually had beer in three different cities here – Duhok, Sulaymaniyeh and Erbil, even compiling a top 4 bars in the Iraqi Kurdistan part.
Jordan – Despite bordering Saudi Arabia and being very strict, alcohol is widely available and I especially loved the 8% proof Petra Beer.
Ladonia – I cracked open a beer in the capital, Nimis, but my backpacking buddy Daniel was driving that day.
Palestine – Alcohol is widely available in Palestine, they even brew their own Taybeh beer which is impressive. I attended a beer festival there.
Uzupis – I popped into Spunka Bar and tried some imported Lithuanian beer on tap.

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Having a drink with Paulius the pub owner of Spunka in Uzupis

So here it is – my ultimate list of my top 7 (only 7 I tried) non alcoholic beers in Saudi Arabia…

1.Budweiser 0%
My first beer in the country was on my first evening there – I was out with my tour friends Albert and Eduardo and we went to the local diner – TGI Friday’s. In here, I spied a zero per cent Budweiser so I nabbed it, and ate it down with a dish of cheesey nachos. Not too cultured here into Saudi Arabia, but hey I loved it!

Price – 15 Riyals ($4 US)
Venue – TGI Friday’s, Al Hamra, Jeddah

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Having a Budweiser in Saudi Arabia!

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Having a Budweiser in Saudi Arabia!

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Having a Budweiser with cheesey nachos in Saudi Arabia!

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Having a Budweiser with cheesey nachos in Saudi Arabia!

2.Holsten Pomegranate

I sipped an ice cold Holsten pomegranate while watching the Manchester City v. Liverpool Champions League match down the pub. This was beer, pub, pizza, football. Except my pepperoni pizza was made of beef and the Holsten was non alcoholic but it was delicious.

Price – 15 Riyals ($4 US)
Venue – Ruby Tuesdays, Al Hamra, Jeddah

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Holsten Pomegranate with pizza in Ruby Tuesdays

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Holsten Pomegranate with pizza in Ruby Tuesdays

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Holsten Pomegranate with pizza in Ruby Tuesdays

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Holsten Pomegranate with pizza in Ruby Tuesdays

3.Holsten Classic

After the Holsten pomegranate, I decided to try the classic for the second half of the match. This was actually not as nice, the lack of fruit and blandness was definitely not something I was craving.

Price – 15 Riyals ($4 US)
Venue – Ruby Tuesdays, Al Hamra, Jeddah

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A Holsten classic

4.Hillsburg

Price – 7 Riyals ($2 US)
Venue – Saedi Fish Restaurant, Corniche, Jeddah

Our first full night together as a group of six, and after the first day of sightseeing and the Hotel Show in Jeddah, we went for an incredible fish meal in Jeddah – this (along with the camel fried rice) was my favourite meal in my time backpacking Saudi Arabia. This was also the cheapest beer in a bar that I had, as it was 7 Riyals, however, the label on it said 3 Riyals, so we knew that from the shop it would have been less than half that price. However, this was delicious and eclipsed the Holsten classic and the Budweiser. The restaurants was Saedi Fish Restaurant.

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Thirsty Thursdays: Top 7 Non Alcoholic Beers in Saudi Arabia

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

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Hillsburg Beer with a delicious fish and rice dish in Jeddah

  1. Barbican
    On the penultimate night of our trip, I went to the local shop near our Hotel (the Plaza Inn Business in Riyadh) and bought two cold non-alcoholic beers. The first of these was a Barbican, which I always knew before as a London tube station. I drank one in my hotel room. But the next night which was the final beer of our trip, four of us lads (Marko, Agustin, Eduardo and I) went to the Marriott Hotel bar for a beer. In here I chose the Barbican. I later had a Moussy in there.
Price – 17 Riyals ($4.2 US)
Venue – Hotel Marriott Bar, Riyadh

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Having a Barbican in the Marriott Hotel Bar in Riyadh

6.Holsten Blackberry
On the penultimate night of our trip, I went to the local shop near our Hotel (the Plaza Inn Business in Riyadh) and bought two beers, the second of these was the Holsten Blackberry. And although I only sipped this in my hotel room while blogging, this remains the best beer from my time in Saudi Arabia. In the irony of life, as it was purchased from a shop, this was also the cheapest!

Price – 3 Riyals ($0.80 US)
Venue – Plaza Inn Business, Riyadh

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Holsten Blackberry in my hotel room in Riyadh

7.Moussy

My final beer in Saudi Arabia was a Moussy. And this wasn’t a first time for me. I had also had these in Iraq and Jordan – they must be made in the middle east region and they come in a few flavours. This was my final beer with the lads in the Marriott Hotel Bar in Riyadh, before we headed on in life, to another adventure.

Price – 16 Riyals ($4 US)
Venue – Marriott Hotel Bar, Riyadh

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Moussy at the Marriott Hotel Bar, Riyadh

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Moussy at the Marriott Hotel Bar, Riyadh

So in short, it was nice to have a 10 day break for my body from alcohol, I really should do that more often as it cleanses you somehow, but these ice cold alternatives are worth it. They had me dreaming of some delicious real beers that I could be drinking and enjoying some casino games with them. Even though I wasn’t able to gamble, I spent some time on Online Casino Bluebook reading casino reviews and brushing up on my poker skills for the next country I am in, where I can play.

How to Organise your trip to Riyadh in Saudi Arabia
As Saudi Arabia continues to develop its tourist potential, there are still no tourist visas available. However, if like me you have a work event, a business opportunity or commerce, you can get a business visa. I was there for the Hotel Show 2018 in Jeddah! Once you have that, organise your trip with two of my partners, Young Pioneer Tours and Haya Tours:

Young Pioneer Tours
[email protected]
No. 2804 South Block Lijing Building, Caiwuwei, Jintang Road 48#, Guiyuan Street, Luohu District, Shenzhen City, 518000, CHINA

Haya Tour
First Floor, Alia Plaza, Exit 6,
Cnr: Thumamah Road and Abi Bakr As-Siddiq Street,
Ar Rabi, Riyadh 13316
Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia
Email: [email protected]

Here is a video of my times drinking non-alcoholic beer in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia:
 
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