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    Second Journalist Dies Suddenly While Covering World Cup in Qatar: ‘What Is Going On?’

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    A second journalist who was in Qatar for the World Cup of soccer passed away on Saturday, but no definitive cause of death has been established.

    According to the Daily Mail, Qatari photojournalist Khalid al-Misslam who worked for Al Kass TV has passed away.

    The photojournalist passed away “recently,” according to a tweet about his passing from the Qatar-based news source Gulf Times. No new details concerning his passing had been made public as of Monday.

    After reporter Grant Wahl passed away on Friday, the circumstances of the second death of a journalist caused some to wonder, with one American soccer training facility tweeting, “What is going on?”

    According to the New York Post, Wahl’s brother, Eric, made remarks following his death that implied his brother might have been assassinated due to the reporter’s animosity toward the Qatari regime.

    On Twitter, Eric Wahl continued to make remarks against his brother.

    According to the Post, Grant Wahl claimed to have bronchitis the day before he passed away.

    “My body I think told me, even after the U.S. went out, ‘dude, you are not sleeping enough.’ It rebelled on me. So I’ve had a case of bronchitis this week. I’ve been to the medical clinic at the media center twice now, including today,” he stated on his podcast.

    “I’m feeling better today I basically canceled everything on this Thursday that I had and napped. And I’m doing slightly better. I think you can probably tell in my voice that I’m not 100 percent,” he remarked.

    After Friday night’s quarterfinal match involving Argentina and the Netherlands, a World Cup security guard reportedly fell from a “significant height” on Saturday, according to the Guardian.

    According to the Guardian, the guard was a migrant laborer who was in stable but serious condition.

    Earlier in the competition, a Filipino man who had been hired to fix lights in a parking lot passed away after falling.

    Nasser al-Khater, the director of Qatar’s World Cup operations, said after the worker’s death that “death is a natural part of life — whether it’s at work, whether it’s in your sleep.”

    More on this story via The Western Journal

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