Saudi Soccer Team’s Callous Disrespect For Victims Of Terrorism

On June 7, Australia faced off against Saudi Arabia in the World Cup soccer qualifying match.

The game was coming on the heels of the June 3 terror attack on the London Bridge.

Asian Football Confederation officials approved a minute of silence for the victims of the attack. It’s the civil, compassionate thing to do, right?

There was even a report that the Australian team tried to reason with them, but they wouldn’t have it.

According to those watching, the Saudi team paced, stretched, and jogged in place.

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