Max DeVill um….the rules were extremely bigotry in the first place and were NEVER used until she won….It’s funny how the people who always say “participation trophies are for the weak” are now mad that someone somehow took something away from their kids who didn’t do as well as she did and blame it on her hijab. I Don’t Need Therapy I Just Need To Go To Norway Poster. A hijab does not put her at an advantage and anyone who believe that is completely ignorant.
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Period. Carl Yost : next time she will have her hair covered the same way. Rules of marathons shouldn’t come from higher moral authorities than higher moral entities. At least they now have it all straightened out for her next race. It is unfortunate that they didn’t do so before this race. Lesson learned for everyone involved. (Hopefully this situation can be better avoided in the future for others. All of the people saying “oh but the rules!!” Maybe stop and consider that a rule like that shouldn’t exist in the first place. It’s almost like y’all only want religious freedom for yourselves and no one else. hey have basic limitations. It doesn’t say you *cant* do any particular thing. Just says if you want to wear something (anything) outside acceptable track uniform you have to file for an exception. The rule is in place…except a waiver has to be submitted which she forgot to do. I Don’t Need Therapy I Just Need To Go To Norway Poster. Honest mistake, not sure why such a mountain is being made. Patrick Dimmick so nothings wrong with the institution that let her run with it at the beginning and then disqualify her later on after winning first place? Thats exactly what they want. If she was disqualified for wearing a crucifix these people would be burning crosses. Richard Kent Matthews She can’t just take it off, it’s basically an obscenity to expose her head/hair in her religion. It’s not as simple as you think. Not too long ago we had more nuns, and no one would tell a nun to take off her habit because rules.