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Pasukan bolasepak wanita Iran yang diharamkan FIFA

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AMMAN-Media massa Barat menonjolkan bagaimana air mata dan sujud para pemain bola sepak wanita Iran yang tidak bersedia mengorbankan kemuliaan mereka sebagai Muslimah ketika mengikuti pertandingan pemilihan Olimpik 2012 yang bakal diadakan di London. Pihak pengurusan Bahrain berjaya membantah dan menggagalkan pertandingan team bolasepak wanita Iran ketika perlawanan dengan team Jordan pada Jumaat 3 Jun di Amman baru-baru ini dengan alasan team dari Iran mengenakan pakaian Islam dan berjilbab.
Setelah keputusan berat sebelah itu, para pemain Team Iran bersama-sama menyanyikan lagu kebangsaan Iran, kemudian berlari menelilingi padang sambil mengibarkan bendera Iran. Setelah itu mereka bersujud di atas bendera Iran dan meninggalkan padang dengan mata berkaca-kaca.
Iranian women's national soccer team poses before withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman in this June 3, 2011 file photograph. Iran will complain to world soccer's governing body FIFA after its women's team were banned from a qualifying game for next year's Olympics due to their Islamic dress, the ISNA news agency reported on Sunday.
Keputusan pihak pengurusan Bahrain itu sangat mengecewakan apabila kedua team sudah siap masuk di padang untuk memulakan pertandingan. Namun sikap team Iran membuat para pemain Team Jordan dan juga para penonton terharu. Mereka memberi sokongan dengan bertepuk tangan mengiringi para pemain Iran ketika keluar padang.

Peristiwa tersebut mendapat sorotan meluas dari media massa Barat termasuk BBC, New York Times, Xinhua, dan bahkan Times of India. Dalam berbagai laporan disebutkan, “Pasukan bola sepak wanita Iran dilarang mengikuti pertandingan pemilihan Olimpik 2012 London kerana memakai pakaian Islam.”

 “Berdasarkan ketetapan FIFA, dilarang menutupi leher dan telinga ketika bertanding, namun Persatuan Bola sepak Kebangsaan Iran menyatakan bahwa pihaknya telah mendapat persetujuan dari FIFA dua tahun lalu bahwa Team Wanita Iran itu dapat bermain dengan tetap mengenakan jilbab.” Team bolasepak wanita Iran berada dalam ranking terbaru FIFA naik dua tangga dikedudukan 51 dunia.
Setelah pembatalan tersebut, team tersebut segera meninggalkan Amman menuju Teheran. Team Iran itu menduduki tangga pertama dan telah bersedia untuk memasuki babak kedua. Ketua Persatuan Kebangsaan Bolasepak Iran, Ali Kaffashian, menyatakan sangat sedih dengan peristiwa tersebut dan menyatakan, pihaknya akan merujuk hal tersebut kepada FIFA. Kaffashian menegaskan bahwa Iran sebelumnya telah mendapat persetujuan dari ketua FIFA agar para pemainwanita Iran dapat tampil dengan mengenakanpenutup kepala khas untuk menjaga nilai-nilai Islam…

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An assistant helps a player of the Iranian women's national soccer team adjust her veil before their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman June 3, 2011. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the second round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman's association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code.
Iranian women's national soccer team walks to the pitch before withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman in this June 3, 2011 file photograph. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the second round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman's association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code. Iran will complain to world football's governing body FIFA after its women's team were banned from a qualifying game for next year's Olympics due to their Islamic dress, the ISNA news agency reported Sunday.
Iranian women's national soccer team reacts after withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman in this June 3, 2011 file photograph. Iran will complain to world soccer's governing body FIFA after its women's team were banned from a qualifying game for next year's Olympics due to their Islamic dress, the ISNA news agency reported on Sunday.
The Iranian women's national soccer team react after withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman June 3, 2011. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the second round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman's association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code.

A player of Iranian women's national soccer team is comforted by a team mate after withdrawing from their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman in this June 3, 2011 file photograph. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the second round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman's association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code. Iran will complain to world football's governing body FIFA after its women's team were banned from a qualifying game for next year's Olympics due to their Islamic dress, the ISNA news agency reported Sunday.
The Iranian women's national soccer team line up before their qualifying match against Jordan for the 2012 London Olympic Games in Amman June 3, 2011. The Iranian team were banned from the match on Friday in the second round of qualifiers in protest against guidelines on their veil. The FIFA woman's association requires that any covering used does not cover the neck and ears. In Iran all women are required to cover their hair in public to conform to the Islamic dress code.
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