FIFA says that women have Iran as permitted “Into football stadiums

FIFA says that women have Iran as permitted “Into football stadiums

FIFA said on Saturday in an unequivocal statement that women’s football has to admit Iran. The body of global governance sport, said: “Women in football stadiums in Iran must be allowed. For all the football games.” He said FIFA President Gianni Infantino at a conference on Sunday that Iranian officials FIFA He has ensured that “women can enter football stadiums,” according to the BBC. “This is a very important thing -. In 40 years, this has not happened, with few exceptions” The announcement comes the same month that a female football fans Iranians put on fire, after they learned that being imprisoned for six months, because in a secretly stadium to see a game, according to the Associated Press. Khodayari Sahar, 29, released by police after an altercation, and after three nights was held in prison until their trial, reported the AP. Your self-immolation prompted international condemnation, with human rights organizations call on Iran’s policy on gender in football stadiums, a “discriminatory ban.” “What happened at Sahar Khodayari is heartbreaking and makes the effects of the frightening contempt Iranian authorities for the rights of women in the country,” Phillip Luther, Middle East and search North Africa and Advocacy Director of Amnesty International, said in a statement two weeks ago in response to Khodayari death. “You be Einziges, Verbrechen’war a woman in a country where women are discriminated against, which is enshrined in law, and plays in the most horrible ways imaginable in every area of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir lives, including by” sport. Luther’s statement said that “Iran is the only country in the world, attacks and punishes football stadiums women to enter the” research appears, and that “discriminatory ban must stop immediately”. FIFA and the Iranian government seem to make as close to just that. “I am confident that the Iranian Federation and the Iranian authorities were receptive to our repeated calls to address this unacceptable situation,” FIFA President Infantino said earlier in a statement on Thursday. FIFA said in his statement on Saturday said that “there is no material operational barriers” to these changes in the Azadi stadium in Tehran as soon as October 10 are accepted if Iran is scheduled to Cambodia for a World Cup qualifying game for the tournament in Qatar in 2022. This is not the first time that FIFA has been involved in women’s issues in Iran in the dispute. Already in 2011, critics decried the ban decision of the Organization of Iranian women’s soccer team from one Olympic qualifiers because of her veil. The team finished a game against Jordan missed because they would not play without the veil.
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