Teen athlete disqualified for wearing hijab

Teen athlete disqualified for wearing hijab

Teen athletes disqualified for wearing hijab| Muslim athletes out of competition for wearing hijab. A Muslim athlete in the US state of Ohio has been removed from the race wearing a hijab at the end of his career. According to a report from the British Broadcasting Agency 16-year-old Noor Abu Karam said that after completing the race, I was told that your clothing was against the rules.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association says it is amending next season to exempt religious rules. According to the report, after an incident with a young Muslim athlete, national debate about dress and prejudice has sparked. I ran a great race, I broke my record last week but was disqualified, Noor Abu Bikram said in a message on his social networking site Facebook. He wrote Thanks to everyone who encouraged Noor Abu Karam has been representing the Slovenian North View team all season and has never objected to the hijab before, but for the first time in the district level race.

Muslim athletes out of competition for wearing hijab. A Muslim athlete in the US state of Ohio has been removed from the race wearing a hijab at the end of his career. Noor Abu Karam won the best position of his career in the 5km race, but his name was not included in the scoreboard, according to which he was reportedly out of the race due to his hijab.
Stressing to leave the race, he said, I felt like I was hit by a truck and seriously injured. It didn’t happen because they wanted to protect me or take advantage of me while I was not taking advantage of it, he said.
Noor Abu Bikram said I think this is prejudice against my religion. I condemn such a decision after the race because the administration has not said anything in this regard before, he said. The Muslim athlete said, I enjoyed the race and I fought for these officers only. Noor’s coaches were not exempted about religious clothing before the race, but he applied regularly after the race, which was approved by the Ohio School Athletic Association.