There’s no wrong in the rules…only if they applied it earlier, there would be no problem… just move on. All you people stripping this girl of her religious rights would lose in court, and your rule worship is ridiculous. Jesus Loves You But I Don’t Go Fuck Yourself. Joe Stash obviously not if the rules state that Religious head gear requires a waiver to the uniform regs.
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Since that is true in this case she only needed to apply for the waiver(which was easily approved) in order to compete with it on. She either was ignorant of the rules or made the choice not to follow them for the purposes of gaining attention. Either way, with her waiver in hand, she will be competing in the upcoming regionals. Karen Baker This makes no sense. We were in Israel for four days a few years ago and saw that the orthodox Jewish women there wear head scarves similar to this girl. Hell, even the Coptic Christian women, which is the oldest form of the Christian religion; their women wear headscarf coverings as well. Side note, I was raised a catholic in a time when women had to cover their heads during mass. Not sure how this girl can be disqualified for wearing her hijab. Some religions say women should cover their heads. Jesus Loves You But I Don’t Go Fuck Yourself. Who cares? The last time I checked the United States was a country of religious freedom, regardless of what head coverings a woman wears. Someone should have brought it up before the race. Give her a warning or her coach should of have been aware of the rules. They treated her unfairly. I think it’s very disingenuous to allow her to run first, and then disqualify her because she is wearing a hijab. Melissa Borniński They let her compete and she’d never been approached about it. So… whatever. Move along Russian bot.