Iran calls for U.S. expulsion from the World Cup claiming it 'disrespected' flag
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The Iranian Football Federation has called for the US to be banned from the World Cup, claiming that the country is "disregarding" the Iranian flag in social media posts. The US Soccer Federation included a graphic of the Iranian flag without the Islamic Republic emblem in a now-deleted post, drawing Iran's ire, CNN reports.
The US reportedly removed the emblem in support of women protesting in Iran. It was stated that it was a "one off graphic" and that the unaltered flag was present throughout his media. "The United States continues to find ways to support the Iranian people in the face of state-sponsored violence against women," the US State Department told CNN.
"The actions taken in relation to the Iranian flag are unethical and in violation of international law," said Safia Allah Faghanpour, legal adviser to the Football Association of Iran. Iran also cites a violation of FIFA's rule that a team would be punished if it violates "the dignity or integrity of a country, person or group of people through contemptuous, discriminatory or degrading words or actions," the reports New York Times. The Iranian Football Association announced that it intends to file a complaint with the FIFA Ethics Committee.
The Iranian team had previously protested against their government by remaining silent during the country's national anthem. The USA will play Iran in a game on Tuesday that will determine whether they can remain in the tournament.
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