Gaza stages its own World Cup

Organiser says competition a chance for the world to see Palestinians in new light.

    The World Cup football tournament starts in South Africa next month, but people in Gaza have already had a taste of it.

    A packed stadium of fans watched the finals of the Gaza World Cup - a competition made up of 16 teams of local and some overseas players.

    The competition's organiser says it's a chance for the world to see Gaza in a whole new light. Al Jazeera's Ayman Mohyeldin reports.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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