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  • Johnny Harris
    Johnny Harris  13 days ago +6470

    We were working on this up to the minute of publishing it. It was all playing out in real time. So forgive me if there’s any bugs or glitches in the edit. also for anyone who wants to help support this kind of journalism when corporations won’t check out our Patreon. www.patreon.com/johnnyharris

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      Bwahahahahah!
      Found another one.
      At least you talk sense..
      ...Sure you are not one of those terrorists salivating for regime-change by regressing years-years back to under the monarchy, Mr @Vahid Davani?

    • JOjiiya Feel
      JOjiiya Feel 3 days ago

      @I'm hereThis is a lie, a lie, I can prove it to you if you want

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm 4 days ago

      Bwahahahahah, "@T0ND13"!

    • Hossain Numan Vlog
      Hossain Numan Vlog 4 days ago

      I have historically been able to recognize the Western world. They were good as long as the relationship lasted. Later I saw that many western countries are bullying small countries. Not only that, there is a lot of hypocrisy among them.'

    • Vahid Davani
      Vahid Davani 4 days ago

      Dear @Johnny Harris, with high appreciation for your hard work, please note that the correct name is "Persian Gulf" not "Gulf". it was and will be forever. Thanks

  • SheForTheStreets 🔥
    SheForTheStreets 🔥 22 hours ago +12

    This is NOT the first time this has happened, and it is NOT the only country, Many Countries do this with the same exact approach as well as with different countries and the Americas does it with even more.

  • Cesar Q
    Cesar Q Day ago +13

    Incredible documentary!! HBO quality.
    It’s unbelievable, to think corruption & slavery were a thing of the past smh.
    “After the World Cup everyone will forget about Qatar” damn, so true

  • Oo-NeXeN-oO
    Oo-NeXeN-oO 3 hours ago +1

    Great video!
    However I'm really curious; besides Qatar who paid the bills and for sure has the responsibility to enforce the right laws and rules; who are the companies who delivered these projects and what are their nationalities?
    Also it would be very useful if someone calculates the ticket prices if the labor force was treated right? I mean, if we people are ready to pay the extra cost / or to consume less, many of the problems we have today (forced labor, energy transition...) wod be solved.

  • Vodka whisky
    Vodka whisky 2 days ago +9

    my husband worked in qatar as an engineer. same situation. the salary is 3x lower than what is written in the contract. they said free meal and free accommodation. but nothing!! their house is like a jail!!! he came home with wounds in hand and we can see it in video calls. the passport is surrendered to the agency. he just finished the 2yrs. contract and will never ever return to qatar!!!

  • kappitain
    kappitain 2 days ago +24

    Hey Johnny, thank you for the coverage. It's really eye-opening how massive the exploitation is. It baffled me the extent humans will go to exploit others. It's got nothing to do with religion, race, skin color, etc. I mean they obviously have the means to provide a better working condition, wage system, and recruitment system, but they refused to do so just because they can. JUST BECAUSE THEY CAN. They consciously make profit out of people's suffering just because they can.

    • Muhammad Naeem Khan
      Muhammad Naeem Khan 15 hours ago +1

      Hi Johnny it is great potty there is no religeon or organization in the world who give the justice gulf labourers every country knows the situation they chasing their own interests

    • SheForTheStreets 🔥
      SheForTheStreets 🔥 22 hours ago +3

      @Path2Jannah definitely sounds like the west

    • Path2Jannah
      Path2Jannah 23 hours ago +4

      sounds a lot like the west' history tbh

  • existential duck
    existential duck 6 days ago +746

    As someone who was born and raised in Qatar, AND has literally been to the industrial area on foot. I can confirm that most of this is quite common knowledge. Most people are aware of the fact that these labour workers or labourers are treated quite harshly with abysmal working conditions. The footage you've collected is quite accurate and it's impossible not to notice living there. Every where you go, you could see them working on the side of the road and on buildings wearing the uniforms even in the heat. There are a lot of parts of the city, especially industrial area where you have huge labour camps. But the thing is, it's so normalisied that it doesn't really stand out or seen as that big of a problem. It's sort of just accepted. This is the case for most gulf countries, where you have a huge portion of the labour class essentially just segregated, and the kafala system is a rapant problem and a huge human rights issue across the region. Qatar has a huge immigrant population, mainly to reach it's 2030 goal and vision for the future. Seeing as most of the infrastructure for those projects have already been completed, it's a bit too late. The damage has been done. The fact that Qatar is an incredibly rich country and could've easily paid these workers fair wages yet they chose to actively exploit them for as cheap as possible baffles me.
    I really like how you've covered this topic, it's quite well done and I appreciate the effort to try and a hands on view of the whole situation. This is one of the more objective stories I've seen on this issue. Much thanks.

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      {Only-&-only to "the OP" & those who "👍" their parent-comment till the time of successful-posting of this reply:
      }Quite a lot of oddities in the parent-comment..

    • Bertha George
      Bertha George 2 days ago

      A wealthy country.........

    • M Salvatore
      M Salvatore 2 days ago

      How can you call it objective if you, yourself, said that you’ve been to the industrial area, when his video says that it’s a restricted area, and that metro lines were intentionally cut off to keep people out of there?
      PS: The “uniform” is for their safety

    • Allen Johnson
      Allen Johnson 2 days ago

      @Rupak Nicholas good joke dude! ...... i see you got a new pair of rose coloured glasses!

    • Allen Johnson
      Allen Johnson 2 days ago

      @Jo-Ann Morency its easy to see in the usa! im from the uk and the 1st people you think of that are in slave camps in america are the mexicans and people who came from the islands for a better life... they now pick your fruit and vegetables!

  • Ali Sani
    Ali Sani 4 hours ago +1

    it depends on the creator of this content, whether it is a matter that wants to be disclosed in good faith or otherwise. if we talk about workers who come to work as immigrants which country treats them perfectly. and is their life better than where they came from?

  • Hamd Usmani
    Hamd Usmani 13 days ago +13818

    As a privileged Indian person who grew up in the “white collar” family zones of Qatar, it’s not just shocking to see this unfold but extremely disturbing and unethical behaviour by the government. We need more independent journalism and compassionate reporting. Thank you Johnny! ❤

    • ASM Beats
      ASM Beats 4 hours ago

      @Loverofhumanity Ok critical thinker... 😂

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm 11 hours ago

      Please explain yourselves.
      In as many words as you may require, "@Boy Kulot".

    • Abby Rawdah
      Abby Rawdah 12 hours ago

      So why don’t they go to Canada??? Or the USA?
      ANSWER- They don’t score enough points to be slaves of the West. Only the educated ones get hand picked. And as if the education they have does them any good. They can’t practice in the West. That’s why you see immigrants who are doctors and lawyers in their country coming to America and Canada to be Uber drivers.
      So why don’t they just stay in INDIA??
      Oh yes, they get paid less in INDIA.
      This is sad yes but don’t point the finger at QATAR.
      Start with INDIA!!
      And then the WEST. They racist system. But thanks Jonny I appreciate this video. Hope you can think deeper tho and expose everyone.

    • walli689 Anwaar
      walli689 Anwaar 15 hours ago

      Take about what India does before you speak about Qatar.

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      Yet another brain-dead "observation" from "world-master" India's wannabe "IT Cell" sepoy #_____ in Mr "@Narendra B".

  • _marcus_i
    _marcus_i Day ago

    Amazing content as always and this is important to cover. I can’t help but think of some criticism I have which is…we don’t need the first 15 minutes of Johnny realizing it’s not safe for a white guy with a camera to go traipsing around every place in the world because he wants to. Move on to the story, highlight the folks who were able to show their faces in the making of this mini documentary, because it’s the exploited people who matter here, not the ones who were inconvenienced with a cancelled trip to Doha from the comfort and safety of a western nation. Some editing discipline would be nice because the final half of the video is otherwise excellent, like award winning quality good that does correctly focus on the affected parties and the dark sides of capitalism

  • sjalal
    sjalal 3 days ago +2

    Yeah, but none of this is exclusive to Qatar or even just the gulf nations. Most countries have ridiculously bad human rights records, particularly in the case of manual, foreign labour. America is no exception.

  • 🔞YOUR SEX PARTNER
    🔞YOUR SEX PARTNER 3 days ago +428

    You are an absolute legend Johnny. Keeping the “general” population informed about corruption and not talked about news around the world. Great mini doc as always.

    • football legendary
      football legendary Day ago

      ??? really poor mind a person like him can affect your mind go to qatar and see the reality don't listen to that europian haters viva qatar and arabs

    • iK SMOOTH 2GB
      iK SMOOTH 2GB 2 days ago +1

      Look who's talking

    • jay the Slayer
      jay the Slayer 2 days ago +3

      The Sex Partner Is Here To Support Too. ! Bruh. Lol

    • Arsenio's ESL Podcast
      Arsenio's ESL Podcast 2 days ago +1

      @Laurence Elijah ocampo lmfaooooooooo

    • Arsenio's ESL Podcast
      Arsenio's ESL Podcast 2 days ago

      says the sex partner lmfao

  • Tenzin Lek
    Tenzin Lek 19 hours ago +2

    omg thats horrible. i consider myself extremely lucky to be an immigrant in the US. It is so sad for our brothers from Nepal and India being exploited like that. I grew up in India. So its hard seeing how poor Indians who are in extreme poverty are being exploited like this. 😢

  • Alan Mitchell
    Alan Mitchell 12 days ago +2414

    Please do a follow up video this time next year - what has changed, what has become of the 'industrial area', are workers still 'trapped' and forced to work in unethical labour camps for zero compensation? Or did Qatar make amends and fix their humanitarian wrongdoings? It's clear that Qatar's questionable World Cup is in the limelight now, on this channel and others, but like you said, this will mostly be forgotten in a few months, such is human nature. It would therefore be interesting to review the long term effects of this unfortunate social/economic 'experiment' once footballing eyeballs have left, hopefully hold everyone accountable. Maybe it will also be easier to film and document in more detail next year when Qatar is no longer in the spotlight.

    • taylor sharp
      taylor sharp 18 hours ago

      I would love to see this omg

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      {Only-&-only to "the OP" & those who "👍" their parent-comment till the time of successful-posting of this reply:
      }You wasted your 50 dollars!
      Yeah, yeah..
      Even if they are "just Australians."

    • Daniel Muthunga
      Daniel Muthunga 2 days ago

      Expect nothing will change

    • Wes Tews
      Wes Tews 5 days ago +1

      I know they mentioned that they were actually going to “re-use” the stadiums by “tearing them down and shipping them to countries that can’t afford it”… to me that sounds like a really big red flag that might also be something you want to touch on in the “after” of the World Cup

    • Bjorn Carlgren
      Bjorn Carlgren 6 days ago

      The deed is done. Do a video a few years ago!

  • Benjy Malca Bautista
    Benjy Malca Bautista 2 days ago +12

    Kudos to you! And specially to your camera man in Qatar (which for sure recording on site was and is a risky situation). Thanks to everyone involved in the making of this video.

  • Caluso
    Caluso 2 days ago +4

    Thank you for such amazing work, to you and your whole team. And it's just sad how, in the end, we're all slaves of money.

  • benjamin franklin
    benjamin franklin Day ago +2

    johnny should be thankful to vox, propelled his youtube journalism to new heights

  • Chloe Cara
    Chloe Cara Day ago +1

    This sounds a lot like the construction worker situation in Singapore! These immigrant workers from India and Bangladesh are treated inhumanely & exploited in the pursuit of building more high-rise buildings & housing in the country.

  • Sami Zain
    Sami Zain 13 days ago +1818

    My friend's uncle died working in one of the stadium. His family was never compensated cause the death was mentioned natural and yeah he was totally heathly before. And the worst thing is the Nepalese government doing completely nothing despite knowing the reality. My friend's family had tried but their stories never got heard so thank you Johnny for bringing this up. And yes, the world should never forget that 6500+ deaths.

    • Aslam
      Aslam 3 days ago

      i have stayed in uae my whole life and the problem is not the Arabs its the Asian and other countries managers and office staff that do all this things just to show that they r saving money for the company all the while they get all the benefit
      as for the labour camps its for good reason even we faced the problem labours getting drunk in the city and making problems for the family selling alcohol stealing fighting this things no one tells i am sure all this happens every where
      but i guess only target the muslim countries

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 3 days ago

      @Mysterious M Typical Arabs.

    • Furious Faidh 🏳️‍🌈⃠
      Furious Faidh 🏳️‍🌈⃠ 6 days ago +1

      @رانس yea these people are delusional and will believe anything

    • رانس
      رانس 6 days ago +1

      These 6,500 are all deaths (diseases, traffic accidents, corona) from 2010 to 2022.

    • Furious Faidh 🏳️‍🌈⃠
      Furious Faidh 🏳️‍🌈⃠ 7 days ago +1

      @Simriths .S show one lie In the Quran

  • ramona0415
    ramona0415 Day ago +4

    Great work Johnny and team - as always. This is true journalism! Thank you for bringing to light controversial topics and creating awarenes. Can you please cover the Balenciaga scandal?

  • Ryan Wilson
    Ryan Wilson 2 days ago +9

    This is an issue in pretty much every industrial country, you see it all over Europe Asia and Africa, America as well it's just better hidden and on lower scales

  • SOLO X
    SOLO X 2 days ago +1

    everything is true, i lived in Qatar for 50 years, its all true, its the same with all gulf countries. and im 35 now, all the 50 years of abuse in qatar has turned me into an alcoholic addict.

  • saikiran reddy
    saikiran reddy Day ago +3

    My heart pours out to my fellow Desi people who suffered under these conditions

  • Lucifer
    Lucifer 12 days ago +3125

    I am from Nepal and my father, uncle and their friends have worked “low-tier” jobs in Doha, Qatar. I have all the photo compilations of how horrendous the living condition is, painful after stories of family members whose bread winner dies at work. This Video really hit me hard. I know how it feels like to grow up without seeing your dad for 4-5 years, how my father had to work on harsh working conditions, how he had to suffer alone when he got sick because there were no proper health facilities. I know how inhumanely they treat the workers. My uncles used to say, “Qatar is a concrete hell”. Qatar can spend excessively on other non- necessary stuffs but wants to save every penny by degrading the worker’s condition. Total Shame!

    • Amrit Rao
      Amrit Rao 6 days ago +1

      Why do Napalese still work there? Boycott oil

    • YKS
      YKS 6 days ago

      Indian ☕

    • رانس
      رانس 6 days ago

      @Extrapolate women there have more rights than in your country

    • da sa
      da sa 8 days ago

      TELL PEOPLE TO NEVER GO TO MIDDLE EAST;
      YOUR COUNTRY IS AMERICA FOR THEM

    • Brad Smith
      Brad Smith 8 days ago

      thanks for sharing the world needs to know this

  • Diallo Thierno
    Diallo Thierno 2 days ago +6

    This happen in Spain, but they are very good in hiding it,i will appreciate you coming to Spain doing your own recherche and show it to the world.

    • Farzana
      Farzana Day ago

      Qatar was founded by Britain, people who used slave labor to build their land and empire, and now countries like the UK are acting like this is some new appalling shit lmao. The hypocrisy is so funny.

  • David lusk
    David lusk 2 days ago +2

    Vox just made a video today about this with no new info i bet they hadn't heard about this problem until they watched your video I'm glad you have your own successful channel now you deserve it great content keep it up 👍

  • Mohammed Jamshir
    Mohammed Jamshir 3 days ago +1

    ‏I'm not supporting Qatar.
    ‏But, knowing the fact that none of the Europe countries and north and South American countries even letting a migrant worker to go into their country.
    ‏They only want master professionals or young students. I don't support this video in any form whatsoever.
    ‏He is like teaching the world about slavery and also not even let anyone to get near their borders.
    ‏Me as an Indian immigrant working in UAE.
    ‏More than 10 years, sure there is human rights violations there, but we are the one who's coming here. They don't force you.
    ‏If we want get better wages than your home country , we come to Middle East.
    ‏Europian and American countries don't even let us near their borders..

  • Max Alexander
    Max Alexander Hour ago

    Great investigative journalism and documentary! But always be careful in what you do..
    Sometimes situations can get tough.

  • History Dose
    History Dose 12 days ago +599

    Johnny, you’re pushing the envelope for Clip-Sharers. This is Netflix doc quality being published for free as the events are unfolding in real-time. Bravo.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 7 days ago

      He’s a complete FRAUD!! He didn’t investigate any zoning maps, the area he’s talking about is asian town and yes it’s home to the migrant workers. This has been reported on more than 6years ago, search it!! This man is a liar, reporters are free to enter this area and there are plenty videos and interviews online with people living there! He’s just exploited every one of those workers the exact same way as Qatar have so he can earn his millions off Clip-Share views!! Sitting in front of his computer pretending to be the second coming of Christ, this man didn’t leave the same room for this whole video people!!! his contact is %100 fake, all of this is fake! He’s a fraud!! His secret videos of the closed off area are of an alley and some doors with padlocks, this could literally be anywhere in the world!! There’s one split shot of a man carrying a mattress 😂 it means nothing, any of this!!

    • wargames
      wargames 11 days ago +2

      @Just Blaze it's not everyone, some people are forced to go there because of their situation, he can't ask other westerners to just stop going and all of them would listen, the west isn't one person

    • Just Blaze
      Just Blaze 12 days ago

      I love the hypocrisy of westerners, they criticise the gulf Arab countries like Qatar and Saudi Arabia for “human rights violations” and yet I see many westerners work and live in Saudi Arabia and Qatar. If you westerners really have principles you wouldn’t go there for work

    • 5thGen
      5thGen 12 days ago +1

      Love your work!! 💯👍

    • wargames
      wargames 12 days ago +2

      Just a question, what is your work schedule, I saw you respond to comments saying you have an extreme work schedule, we really aren't trying to pressure you guys, its all up to you

  • Miguel Rodriguez
    Miguel Rodriguez 3 days ago +8

    Thank you for all your hard work. Keep up the good job, and always looking for the truth. That’s why I keep watching your videos.

  • Neel Arnav
    Neel Arnav 2 days ago +1

    You are amazing man. I really love your content and will definitely recomend your channel to my colleagues and family members man.

  • Going ON
    Going ON Day ago +1

    Whatever USA doing are right 👍👍 if someone doing same then it's shameful..... Hypocrisy on the peaks

  • Ali AlBahadily
    Ali AlBahadily Day ago +7

    Great documentary
    yes, what you said is unfortunate, I hope Qatar fix this soon
    I have a comment on Kafala system .. I have seen similar system in Germany and US, they called it invitation system, where I had to know an acquaintance who would take himself to the embassy and send an invitation letter in my name so that I can be accepted to travel.
    the US was where I just wanted to travel again as I went before with IYLEP but was not given access alone so I had my host family send invitation (2014)
    I went to Germany for a medical Surgery which they didn't give me access at first (2015)
    btw, I'm from Iraq

  • Raju Jha
    Raju Jha 12 days ago +5027

    Being a Nepali, I can confirm the arrival of people from Qatar with a disappointed face, physically disabled condition and even inside a wooden box sometimes. Even today, I have my own relatives working in Qatar. Thank you Johnny Harris for showing this to the world.

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      “...from what I've heard..”: Bwahahahahah!
      That's quite a bluster based on that, by Mr "@Pritpal Singh".

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      May I, Mr "@Ashwin Umapathi"?

    • Pritpal Singh
      Pritpal Singh 5 days ago

      Go to Singapore it’s better from what I’ve heard. Don’t work for those hypocrites they aren’t who they claim to be

    • AYDHIN AHMED
      AYDHIN AHMED 5 days ago

      @Lewis C you are absolutely ryt bro, they are back home no food and shelter and they choose to go qatar now talking about them bad..

    • AYDHIN AHMED
      AYDHIN AHMED 5 days ago

      so can i ask you something ? the one who post this video he is from USA, can he provide a visit visa for you to his country ? no right .. even they don't allow you to touch their country who does not speak English and who are not professional , at least you Nepali people get job in this country i am not saying they can violate the rule, you have to choose where you work, these all your country Agency cheat you and you people are agreed to work for them and complaining them like working on heat whether and all dont you know before to go Qatar the whther condition ? this is nonsense...

  • PamelasLas
    PamelasLas 3 days ago +1

    Why don’t you make a video about Verdingkinder? “contract children", or "indentured child laborers" were children in Switzerland who were taken from their parents, often due to poverty or moral reasons, and sent to live with new families, often poor farmers who needed cheap labour.”

  • Planet Earth
    Planet Earth 18 hours ago

    Thankyou for everyone who involved on this to show us, this face of Qatar.

  • Baala 333
    Baala 333 6 days ago +324

    I am from India , a software professional. These kind of things happen normally in gulf nations not just Qatar, all our Indian brothers are treated as slaves. World cup actually put this into spotlight. Our friends go there because of the debt they have here and those who coudlnt complete their degree. Few of them travel to countries like Singapore but not treated like this

    • Mamu Miya's Kitchen & Vlogs
      Mamu Miya's Kitchen & Vlogs 2 days ago

      Then stop the blame!

    • Mamu Miya's Kitchen & Vlogs
      Mamu Miya's Kitchen & Vlogs 2 days ago

      Why don't you stop your people from going there? Who offers them visa to go there? Blame your silly government!

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 3 days ago

      It's horrible how they treat south asians. And nobody cares.

    • Harismachuu
      Harismachuu 3 days ago

      @dynamiteBSB other ways they would have stayed in their own home... They flew abroad r8

    • hue
      hue 3 days ago

      @Harismachuu stop lying. People leave India for better opportunities as there is oil money.

  • asp music
    asp music 3 days ago +5

    Great work team Johnny!

  • Jake Moellmer
    Jake Moellmer 13 days ago +2799

    You are an absolute legend Johnny. Keeping the “general” population informed about corruption and not talked about news around the world. Great mini doc as always.

    • Søren Heidegger
      Søren Heidegger 6 days ago

      This type of narcissistic journalism is not for me, where the journalist appears more often than what's actually important, the documentation gathered. Thanks, but no thanks.

    • DR Dina Abdellatif
      DR Dina Abdellatif 7 days ago

      Normal to find haters such u but we don't mind, we know ourselves well just die in ur envy 🥱

    • Waka Waka
      Waka Waka 8 days ago

      the westerners can protest and shout all they want but they live in a cruel world of their own making.

    • Taneesha Jackson
      Taneesha Jackson 9 days ago +1

      @THEiNC. Im pretty sure the news is biased

    • THEiNC.
      THEiNC. 11 days ago +1

      Pretty sad that you get your information here instead from actual news, the new age society in a nutshell.

  • Nazib Khan
    Nazib Khan Day ago +13

    I'm Bangladeshi and my grandfather worked in Qatar for 15 years back in the 80s and 90s. Growing up I always thought that it was so cool. As I've gotten older though, and learned more about these middle-eastern countries, their labor practices and how they've exploited the people of my country and so many other countries, I realize how naïve my notions were, and just how much my grandfather had to go through to support our family back then. Just reaffirms my disdain towards the middle-eastern countries and their "shiny façade". Glad that this side of them is finally getting exposed and hoping that corruption doesn't end up giving them total control over the world for some "chump change" like it did with the World Cup.

  • Tito Gee
    Tito Gee 2 days ago +2

    Great video great journalism I think it is very important both to keep the people safe and to get this out to the wolrd

  • Neda Nother
    Neda Nother 3 days ago +1

    for the record these conditions were WAY better than the conditions they left. This is all BS with the debt situation to start but its not really different than us having labor done in their home countries under abysmal conditions and sending the products to us.....can't say I like the style of this vid.....the beanie kind of says it all.

  • Priyanka A
    Priyanka A 2 days ago

    👏👏👏 kudos to you and your teams as well!!!

  • Ari
    Ari 12 days ago +4026

    I grew up in Kuwait (country next to Qatar) for my entire life and this is very accurate. Migrant works (specifically from India and the Philippines) are literally treated worse than animals. At one apartment I lived in, the security guard told me his passport was confiscated and he could never return to India to see his family. It's heartbreaking to see no action taken to such treatment. It really is modern day slavery

    • Wifi
      Wifi Hour ago

      stop spreading fake propaganda

    • Ameen Ali
      Ameen Ali Day ago

      @Riya Ali its hard to hire Pakistanis in Qatar because most are criminal prone. The Pakistanis weren't involved in the world cup project.

    • Philip James
      Philip James Day ago

      @Basil Maz they're no Pakistanis who were involved in the Qatari infrastructure.
      Make no mistake, Pakistanis would gut Arabs into pieces
      The Pakistani army literally runs UAE and Saudi forces

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 2 days ago

      @Rohan D You notice hindus speak out against this while muslims say nothing. They even celebrate the world cup.

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 2 days ago

      @Raya Al Hajri Why do Arabs see south asians this way?

  • SOLO X
    SOLO X 2 days ago

    The crazy part is, they can afford easily to give the labourers decent conditions. I think they are scared the labourers will become wealthy and go back to their respective country and invest it all back there.

  • SheForTheStreets 🔥
    SheForTheStreets 🔥 22 hours ago

    I don’t see anything changing anyway, this will continue to happen and will happen in all countries around the world. It’s sad but it is true. Hope it changes though.

  • Phineas
    Phineas Day ago

    Great work team Johnny!

  • HyLena
    HyLena 3 days ago +5

    Very nice video, Johnny and team!

  • Dipesh Pandit
    Dipesh Pandit 12 days ago +931

    Live in Kathmandu and have seen our Nepali brothers coming back in coffins and boxes, and their families breaking down and howling at the Tribhuwan International Airport seeing those dead bodies. Most of them still traumatized by the loss of their loved ones. The world will be celebrating for the next couple of weeks but I’m glad that Johnny Harris and the team behind this independent journalism did their job to show the world what this world cup in Qatar actually means. Always an admirer of this kind of journalism and the research the team does in bringing out the content. Thank you for this video 🙏🏻

    • Swastik Rai
      Swastik Rai 11 days ago

      @Grig RP Qatar doing them a favour by not letting their family starve????
      How? By providing them meat of family member's corpse? They are not doing them favour, it's exploitation by taking advantage of poor and uneducated people. They are forced to work in extreme conditions and most of them not even getting paid, then they are forced to protest which is considered ILLEGAL according to law of Qatar. Then protesters are deported back to their home country without any wages getting paid after many months of work in extreme conditions. Not all of them return in good condition, some of them return in casket without any compensation. Number of deaths is probably between 5-10 thousand, Qatar label it as natural consequence. And workers has taken loan to work, how are they going to pay it?

    • Grig RP
      Grig RP 11 days ago

      @Racool So Qatar is doing them a favor by not letting their family starve.

    • The Hawk's Eye
      The Hawk's Eye 11 days ago

      Look at the afghan guy defending abuse so hard. Why do afghans are refugees all over the globe? Even small countries like Nepal have to deal with influx of Afghan refugees. Damaging local culture and economics, both. Your people made it worse burdening already poor countries then you ask why they go out to work. Would it be ok to treat your people like this?
      As for Qatar, obviously job advertisement and placement agents do not tell the risks. Of course, not every employer is a jerk, so some workers find the compromise worth it. Yet another group ends up being brutally abused and exploited. It gets covered in news time to time and sometimes we hear some governments issuing advisory against taking jobs in some middle eastern country. Like when some maid gets 24 nails hammered in her hands....

    • Mohammad Hilal
      Mohammad Hilal 11 days ago

      @flower power for the same reason migrant worker go to Qatar, for better living… it has to be better living otherwise they dont migrate, not somewhere where you are unlikely to survive like this guy is claiming

    • flower power
      flower power 11 days ago

      @Mohammad Hilal why do muslim refugees go to European countries crossing Mediterranean sea?

  • nour zazate
    nour zazate 3 days ago +2

    I was in Detroid, New Orleans, Paris, and more cities and I saw worse things there.

  • DrumtotheBass Woop
    DrumtotheBass Woop 10 hours ago

    Jonny gradually forming into a investigative journalist. 😎

  • M Salvatore
    M Salvatore 7 days ago

    I loved your videos but this one has so much misinformation… thank you for the fifa one though… that one was unbiased. I just wish you actually went there yourself. Being behind a screen with dramatic music isn’t what I thought this channel was about… in any case, thank you for trying. It was motivated by a good cause.
    Just a tip. Weird zoning is due to the country not actually having street names or building numbers until 2015 or so, and labor camps exist also in Alkhor, Wakra, Dukhan, and so many more areas. The industrial area just has more industrial shops. The metro lines didn’t reach any of the outskirts of Doha due to shortage of time, not because they were intentionally cutting industrial area off.
    World Cup construction stadiums were handled by French, Chinese, Turkish, and Italian companies who were contracted to do this. governments don’t send people to recruit, there aren’t enough Qataris to do this job, there were recruitment agencies to recruit labor for this. Yes Qatar with its lack of laws to protect the rights of those workers is at fault, but if this is about human rights, the main perpetrators should at least get an honorable mention.
    Lastly, just an FYI, Qataris don’t get an allowance for just being Qatari, and the older generations did do a lot of these hard labor jobs. My maternal grandfather was Qatari, he was working one of those low paying jobs, and he died on duty.

  • Hami Nepali Gaming YT
    Hami Nepali Gaming YT 5 days ago +77

    Love from Nepal 🙏❤️🇳🇵
    Not only in Qatar but all the gulf countries there are lots of workers who are treated like slaves and sexually harassed by an arabian owner. I've been working in Dubai since 2014-2016 (27 months) and I saw all these things. They need somebody to raise voices for them. Maybe your video will help them. God bless you 🙏❤️

    • Hami Nepali Gaming YT
      Hami Nepali Gaming YT 3 days ago +1

      @Bye since 2016, I haven't gone there and result I'm jobless here in Nepal. I tried to earn online from youtube but it's not possible for me. Due to financial problems, I can't apply for Europe or other countries. So, again I'm looking for a gulf visa to earn and fulfill my family desire. 😌😌😌

    • Bye
      Bye 3 days ago +2

      Cry why you go then?

  • Jin Dong
    Jin Dong 10 days ago +1004

    It's just a shame that corporations don't have the guts to sponsor your content. Would love to see you grow as large as organisations like Vice or Radiolab so that you have even more resources and eventually a team of reporters. This is what journalism should be so please keep it up. I'll keep supporting where I can. Thank you for your hard work!

    • adad
      adad 6 days ago

      @Jin Dong ABsolutely on context. Cause I call this BLAME QATAR thing a CONSPIRACY THEORY cause its not fucking proved.

    • Jin Dong
      Jin Dong 7 days ago

      @Metalgear SolidSnake yeah for his flat earth videos but anything geopolitical it's just crickets

    • Jin Dong
      Jin Dong 7 days ago

      @adad calm down mate lol. What you just said is so out of context.

    • adad
      adad 7 days ago

      A Nepali journalist does all the hard work - and you take all the credit seating safely in America - who is abusing cheap labor now Mr. Jonny ?

    • WORK2LIVE 75
      WORK2LIVE 75 8 days ago

      Yellow.

  • 🔥- TAР МЕ TO have Sех wITн МЕ!🔥

    I was in Doha a few years back and saw the condition of these workers first hand. The story covered in this video brings back episodes that ultimately made me leave the country. Unlike me, the construction workers couldn't change jobs or leave the country and were bound to their employer. So grateful and relieved that the situation is coming to light and the world knows about this now. Johnny, I have become a fan of your work with this video. Wishing you the very best for all your upcoming work.

  • Learning With Harry

    That was knockout journalism.

  • ljamac
    ljamac 2 days ago

    In the middle of Bosnia there is a border called Serbian border. That would be a good episode of borders.

  • 🤯Mу iD 4178 - tAP mE t0 havе Sех wITн МЕ!🤯

    Johnny, we have an identical system, with all its components, in Canada for farm workers and other industrial work. In Canada ... recruiters are often gangs in country of origin, recruitment fees, debt required, closed work contract, horrible conditions, death, deportation if you speak out, extortion at home of your pay. Its called the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and its where Qatar learned its system. If you want to tell this story I can introduce you to all of the relevant contacts - workers, farm access, rights organizers, lawyers, etc.

  • Ja Ha
    Ja Ha 10 days ago +1057

    Johnny, we have an identical system, with all its components, in Canada for farm workers and other industrial work. In Canada ... recruiters are often gangs in country of origin, recruitment fees, debt required, closed work contract, horrible conditions, death, deportation if you speak out, extortion at home of your pay. It’s called the Temporary Foreign Worker Program and its where Qatar learned its system. If you want to tell this story I can introduce you to all of the relevant contacts - workers, farm access, rights organizers, lawyers, etc.

    • Chilly Sam
      Chilly Sam 4 days ago +1

      @Sssoundslike when, for example, Jamaican migrant workers write a letter to a Jamaican minster and mention that their condition is similar to modern day slavery, then yeah. (cbc, ctv)
      when scholars, some of them who are white btw, say that "the exploitation is not isolated and anecdotal. It is endemic. It is systemic. And the
      depths of the violations are degrading." then yeah.
      when the west was the first one to do it and perfect it, then yeah.
      "what about Canada?" is valid
      google: Racism, Discrimination and Migrant Workers in Canada: Evidence from the Literature
      There are two Canadas, the one you and I see and experience, and the one migrant workers experience
      Now, obviously, "what about you?" or "You do it too" is a logical fallacy cause all one can prove is the hypocrisy.
      Me saying "you smoke too" to someone advising me to stop smoking cause its bad while he smokes, doesnt mean they are wrong about smoking, just means they're a hypocrite.
      And the irony is that in this context, proving the hypocrisy of the west and western media is paramount and is the objective. we all know abusing migrants is bad, duh.
      if the west really cared about migrant workers in Qatar, they would've solved the systemic modern day slavery that is going on on their countries(by they i mean Canada and the us)

    • Mariana Hutten Czapski
      Mariana Hutten Czapski 4 days ago

      @Will Berry Good to know. Would love to learn more about how life is for temporary workers that work in farms in general judging it's extremely hard work even if labour laws are respected.

    • Nimajus Bagdonavicius
      Nimajus Bagdonavicius 5 days ago

      Same in US. I've watched reporting and then driving from Everglades in Florida I ran into a farm with guys in hats with shotguns chilling on the outside of the fields and white prison busses waiting to shuffle temp migrant workers from the fields.

    • Sssoundslike
      Sssoundslike 5 days ago

      @ Mariana Hutten Czapski You watched this and all you can think of is “what about Canada?”
      Do you really think the system in Canada is at all comparable to what is happening in Qatar? Are you so riddled with self hatred and white guilt that you cannot bear a negative take of a non-western country?

    • zealman79
      zealman79 5 days ago

      @رانس white means right. Brown means down...

  • George Tanasa
    George Tanasa 3 days ago +1

    FIFA playing 4D chess with Qatar, letting them organize the world cup so people see how horrible of a country it is. few understand.

  • Janus Syndicate
    Janus Syndicate 14 hours ago

    the problem here is FIFA and the corruption they have, If FIFA had not conceded to give Qatar the World Cup, this would have been avoided, FIFA and the Qatari government must answer for these atrocities and stain the sport that has nothing to do with it.

  • KAYBEE SIBIYA
    KAYBEE SIBIYA 7 hours ago

    @Johnny Harris I wish youd actually do a documentary on the modern day slavery faced in the country working for qatar airways...getting paid peanuts, zero health benefits yet a WHOLE 200 Billion was spent for the WC!
    You see the ladies looking pretty in burgundy at the airport, not knowing their daily struggles. That place is TOXIC!
    As passengers be nice, it costs you nothing🙏🏽

  • Jack Daniel
    Jack Daniel 2 days ago

    Dear Johnny, just tell me one thing -- why do you use Apple products when we all know what the working conditions in their sweatshops in China are??? Shouldn't you at least be boycotting the company if not an investigative report on them.

  • Asfand Yar
    Asfand Yar 21 hour ago

    Great video but I have observed that there is a lot of redundancy in some of your videos. I don't know why a lot of youtubers do this. Like this video could have been just 15-20 minutes long.

  • srinath tangudu
    srinath tangudu Day ago

    Best journalism ❤

  • Parvinder Singh
    Parvinder Singh Day ago

    Some of my friend went there for work and they explained how they exploit their workers. Its basically a slavery on whole another level

  • not your mum
    not your mum 5 days ago +48

    As someone who lived in Saudi Arabia. It's the exact same thing. They treat their low income workers horrifically. We often had maids who would come work for us (they were sponsored by a company) and they would only get paid like $1/hr it was insane. We did what we could to help, but the system is out of control.

    • ibrahim abdulsamad
      ibrahim abdulsamad 3 days ago

      I don't know about the work condition but $1/hr I more than majority of the world's country minimum wage. In my country you will have to be a university graduate to earn that. An unskilled site worker(laborer) earns a maximum of $3/day. So saying $1/hr I can think of alot of people I know that will go for that job. By the way minimum wage in my country is $2.1/day

  • Patrick Belliot
    Patrick Belliot 2 days ago

    Thank you so much for this !

  • Joshua Thomas
    Joshua Thomas 2 days ago +67

    My uncle fell into this trap but in Dubai decades ago, I got to see his families' living conditions once and it was haunting, a full apartment the size of an American parking space, I felt so sorry for them but there was nothing we could do as they were trapped, I was moreso angry with myself for being so ignorant, thankfully they were able to move into a better space recently

  • FarAwayNick
    FarAwayNick 6 days ago +55

    This is such a professional production, love your work chief! Me and my dad is big fans of football and FIFA and we both agree that going to Qatar to watch the games is not a good idea (seriously theres so much humanitarian/ accomodation issues even for tourist and athletes) thanks for the video Johnny!

    • Suorerbacha
      Suorerbacha 4 days ago +3

      China hosted the winter Olympics but no one critisized them for their human rights record

  • charlie collinson

    Johnny thanks for the great content, I recently discovered your channel and have enjoyed your research and perspective. Do you have any opinions about all of the Elon Musk hip?

  • Barium56
    Barium56 2 days ago +1

    Shame on you johnny, you didn’t show the whole truth. You didn’t showed the reforms that were done by qatar about labors. The compensation that was given to the workers. The huge effort to facilitate every obstacle for this world cup. The western double standards are real issue. Many of these workers will not be accepted by the your government to be in any of the western societies. It’s undeniable that many of the salaries that was given to the workers was life changing for them. You only chose to show the things that would be trendy for a western societies. Shame on you for not showing the whole picture!

  • Thakur Saad
    Thakur Saad 5 hours ago

    I am from Bangladesh. While watching your video I was thinking that people from my country will still go to Qatar and do slavery. Cause they are helpless and do not have food on their children's plates.

  • Speak English
    Speak English 7 days ago +129

    Good job, Johnny. It is impossible to watch a match without thinking about those poor workers and the high number of deaths. I think it has spoiled the world cup for millios of people. And we know no one will answer for all this attrocity. (Roseli, a teacher from Sao Paulo).

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      {Only-&-only to "the OP" & those who "👍" their parent-comment till the time of successful-posting of this reply:
      }“the high number of deaths” like the numbers present in construction-industry elsewhere?

    • the immortal eye
      the immortal eye 3 days ago +1

      @Suorerbacha many did ....u can look it up aswell before saying it.

    • Jenn H
      Jenn H 4 days ago +1

      So stop watching! If the world collectively refused to watch or participate in any way, that might actually bring about change. But that's not going to happen, people will continue to blindly support the organizations that perpetuate abuses.

    • Suorerbacha
      Suorerbacha 4 days ago +2

      China hosted the winter Olympics but no one critisized them for their human rights record

    • عقبة بن نافع بن عبد القيس الفهري القرشي
  • DESILVA
    DESILVA 2 days ago +1

    This is the case in Dubai as well, they treat south asians like shit, most PROs in private companies are Emirati and they dont explain shit when you sign employment contracts.

  • jojo
    jojo 12 days ago +1235

    Unfortunately my own uncles are trapped in Kafala system and because of our ignorant government of Nepal. They have no proper facilities there. Its good to see you guys shedding light on this problem. Now more people will get to know the dark reality of these industries. Thank you guys means alot. ❤️

    • Rude Awakening
      Rude Awakening  10 days ago

      @Reshma Maharjan I agree it's just to stain a non white country while it's in the spotlight. This Kafahla system needs to end and employment laws should be introduced and/or strengthened. I think western countries are worried about the lack of crime in the country because they have to always show theyre society is always superior in every way. Like only brown nations have problems.

    • Reshma Maharjan
      Reshma Maharjan 10 days ago

      @Rude Awakening Yes, I agree with you on this one. Gulf countries have been violating human rights for decades but it wasn't a big issue for the west until FIFA. Once FIFA is over, I doubt anyone will follow up on this story and the world will just move on.

    • Rude Awakening
      Rude Awakening  10 days ago

      @Reshma Maharjan That I can understand but it seems suspicious that this is being used to tarnish the world cup in Qatar. Every host country of the world cup has had problems but countries who are not under the west's thumb seem to get harsher treatment when they host the games. Next world cup in the USA will we speak about the way American police brutality and purposely shoot black people for sport? Or the homeless people abandoned on skid row?

    • Reshma Maharjan
      Reshma Maharjan 10 days ago +2

      @Rude Awakening Do you think people will leave their home country for work if there are employment opportunities at home?
      There aren't enough jobs for people. Both educated and uneducated people are struggling alike. There just isn't enough work. Only difference is that educated people move to developed countries while uneducated ones do labor work in gulf countries.
      And no country should treat their labor workers like this. It's not just about Qatar.

    • يوسف
      يوسف 10 days ago

      Do not believe the lies, these are all lies of some press that wants to distort Qatar because it is only a Muslim country

  • kappitain
    kappitain 2 days ago +2

    How about the contractors? Who are them? Do they know about this situation? Are they involved?

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      You meant the ones euphemised as “employers”?

  • Ankit Chettri
    Ankit Chettri 7 days ago +2

    You imagine yourself in that place of those workers living out there, I can feel the pain those workers are being exploited in a way that they themselves cannot do anything about it. Absolute power corrupts absolutely and that is what is happening in this world. People should respect even the lowest grade people so that he feels respected... I blame those govts whose people have migrated... They should take action against Qatar or any other states that does these kind of exploitation

  • AlQassimi96
    AlQassimi96 7 hours ago +1

    okay now do one more on the western countries :)

  • Eng. AM.A.M.A
    Eng. AM.A.M.A 2 days ago +2

    not only Qatar in Europe as well

  • Nighthawkz
    Nighthawkz 13 days ago +720

    Seriously, immense credit to your guy on the ground "Raj". It sounds like a miracle that he came out unscathed and did an excellent job. Also well done to everyone involved who were able to capture this story so honestly and truthfully. Never stop bringing the real world to the light Johnny.

    • Kevin
      Kevin 7 days ago

      @stprm nothing he reported is new, he stole this from other reporters and articles!! This is fake

    • Sachiel Chan
      Sachiel Chan 12 days ago

      I fear what we seen in Qatar is just something that happened across the Gulf states since WW2 ended (where the world got addicted to oil & gas), it only got attention because of the World Cup and Qatar put the system on overdrive for 12 years.

    • Ok man
      Ok man 12 days ago +3

      @Nighthawkz car has a number plate which could be traceable

    • Nighthawkz
      Nighthawkz 12 days ago +8

      @stprm The hope is, the Friday being referred to could mean any Friday in the weeks running up to the World cup. There could have been multiple possible Fridays that he could have gone to film, which would mean checking hours and hours of multiple footage for one guy without knowing the exact date, appearance age or race of this person. He also said he would mostly film the area from the car, which I'm hoping is enough to hide his identity.

    • stprm
      stprm 12 days ago +20

      I'm afraid for him. I hope I'm wrong, but cant they track him? He said he filming it on Friday (I hope he lied), they know the streets where he passed... Arent CCTVs everywhere right now? They can probably check them and see what taxi or car he used?

  • Steven Chaw
    Steven Chaw 2 days ago +1

    We are humans and we don't live hundreds of years so at least be kind to one another

  • 🤯Larisa- g0 TO МY Ch@nnel livе N0W!

    The real accomplishment wasnt him getting over the mountain, it was him getting nominated for an Emmy. So incredibly proud of you Mark, youre an icon for us small creators to show where we can all go if we just keep trying. Thank you for everything and I hope you get that award you so deserve! :)

  • Adel Husain
    Adel Husain 3 days ago +4

    This is not true. Why Qatar at this particular time, your intention is not helpping workers but you got paid to do that to make Qatar is bad country and violate human rights. I DARE you you do such report about Israel and how do they treat falatini famileis.

  • Debora Williams
    Debora Williams 2 days ago

    Thanks for exposing Qatar lies.

  • NMRIH is a great Source mod - blessed by Cory's lip

    props to Johnny for spending so much time to show the world what's really going on, I admire the dedication

    • Gunjan Sharma
      Gunjan Sharma 6 days ago

      Not just this the world cup Is being used to preach and to convert people to Islam.

    • enoyna
      enoyna 10 days ago

      @yassine its not a smear campaign when its all true

    • enoyna
      enoyna 10 days ago

      @Rohan Kishibe yes because the us and qatar have the same population

    • King Ace
      King Ace 12 days ago +1

      @gevon george FR. JH has a whole 'How the US Stole' series.

    • Vichu2005g
      Vichu2005g 12 days ago +1

      @Khaled Meb I think saying "no one is aware" is overstatement at this point because many people are aware about the west and it's past even their own citizens.
      I could argue the opposite because western countries are vulnerable to getting exposed easily by journalist because they are not a secretive nation (atleast compared to middle eastern countries) while qatar is very secretive as jonny has to make someone flim the footage to show condition.
      I agree with your point if you mean that journalists are not covering about west atrocities clearly but that's not the case as there is plethora content showing the bad side.
      If you might think that the propagandists are hiding the true side of the west, how do you think you and I know the other side? The same jonny harris you might frame him for propaganda also made videos that are critical to USA history.

  • Nitin Pandit
    Nitin Pandit Day ago

    Saw a video by THINKSCHOOL yesterday and now I really understood why they bid for world-cup ,it was for the SPORTSWASHING they wanted to do 😬
    Saddened to see the conditions of the workers living there😢😢

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm 11 hours ago

      Ahh...
      Thanks for confirming that you do..
      ...Accept the internationally-recognised map of India - without single "buts" and "ifs".

    • Nitin Pandit
      Nitin Pandit 12 hours ago

      @Mᴥāz Kalīm Qatari Govt.

    • Mᴥāz Kalīm
      Mᴥāz Kalīm Day ago

      “they” who??.

  • Annie Leonhart
    Annie Leonhart 2 days ago

    The housing looks quite good, I was expecting tents or something. We still can't say what happens inside, if they're are getting enough food and water or not.

  • expt22
    expt22 Day ago

    Irony is that just as Lord Johnny bought the title, this country bought an event. Sports-washing is not new.

  • Panglima Berkumis

    Dude, have you seen the living conditions of these workers in their home countries, you will quickly realize this is an improvement in lifestyle for them. Pls you people don't deserve to talk down on people about human rights. Do you remember what you did to the real natives of America and how you stole their country from them?

  • Rahul G. Rajkarnikar
    Rahul G. Rajkarnikar 12 days ago +127

    The criticism against this World Cup, Qatar or FIFA isn't "Western Propaganda" or "Islamphobia". We, the people of South Asia have been trying to voice this for a decade now. These are our people who have died, some of them are Muslims too. Its pity that our own governments don't care and we have to rely on western journalists.
    Thank you Johnny for this. Its time I pick up my camera too.

    • AJ
      AJ 2 days ago +1

      @Riya Ali Yes, exactly

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 2 days ago

      @AJ Western journalists are covering this. Arabs and Muslims from other countries don't care at all.

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 3 days ago

      Well said. The problem is people don't care about south asians. The only people who are talking about it now is a few western journalists.

    • D Z
      D Z 8 days ago

      Hear hear!! Say it louder for the people in the back, please!

    • GoodGuyBolt
      GoodGuyBolt 12 days ago

      @culturedealer I agree with you wholeheartedly 🙏❤️

  • Mohammad Al-Fawal
    Mohammad Al-Fawal 2 days ago

    You should ask a question. If the situation is so bad why their country allowed them to go to Qatar and work there??

  • 🚨ID 0342 - TAР Mе to have seX wITн МЕ!🚨

    As a football fan, I really admire all the work you have done regarding Qatar and its World Cup. I'm sure Johny will get as big as Vice news. Mark my word.

  • 😈Veronica- g-o t0 МY chаnnеl live (now)😈

    Can we simply take a moment to congratulate how much time and passion he put into these vids?
    It's incredible, and I consider they justify much more than that! :-

  • skeye sk
    skeye sk 18 hours ago

    Beautiful work💙💙💙

  • Faiyaz Kabir
    Faiyaz Kabir 13 days ago +485

    This is something that has been neglected by the mainstream media for DECADES. Huge respect to Johnny Harris from Bangladesh 🇧🇩 for presenting it with such precision.

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 3 days ago

      @sparsha Saha Muslims from other countries do not care about south asians. The west is far better.

    • Riya Ali
      Riya Ali 3 days ago +1

      @Breast Milk Gaming I'm muslim, and I feel more in common with hindus than with arabs.

    • Daud Khan
      Daud Khan 6 days ago

      @Ayat ami saudi chilam 23 years oikhane born and brought up now in canada

    • Ayat
      Ayat 6 days ago

      @Daud Khan tumi kon deshe thako? kon city te?

    • Daud Khan
      Daud Khan 12 days ago

      @sparsha Saha ta jani ami kono desh support kori na though just bollam

  • Shayne Bovell
    Shayne Bovell 2 days ago +1

    they did the same thing to brazil during the olmypics

  • 🔱Em-J- G0 TO МY Channel live -NOW-

    I do really appreciate your work, as most of my families and friends are working on Quatar. Dead by overwork and harsh conditions is the only thing that they have told. Thank you for bringing this up, this is something of so important.

  • Lady👠Saw
    Lady👠Saw 2 days ago

    I feel you should've never say what he does because they can narrow it down on those people coming on the site
    Just saying

  • KS
    KS 7 days ago +34

    I was in Dubai a few years ago. The foreign workers there who helped build say the Burj Khalifa…they were bused an hour and half to an area with horrible living conditions. Very same conditions as Qatar! 6-8 men in a very small room with no AC or heating. Very unsanitary conditions and they had to surrender their passports. Just horrible treatment of these men who were so desperate to just help their families.

    • Emre Duygun
      Emre Duygun 6 days ago

      why don't you take a few of them and employ them yourself?