The Guardian newspaper says over 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar since the country was awarded the World Cup in 2010. Human rights groups say many thousands. It is unclear how many deaths were directly connected to building stadiums and infrastructure for the tournament, but it remains a disgraceful number. I don’t want to downplay these tragic deaths in any way, or Qatar’s wider problems with human rights issues. I do, however, want the other side of the argument to be heard, which is not often the case with only Qatar left to defend itself.