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Articles by Parand Azizi
Total Records ( 2 ) for Parand Azizi
  Parand Azizi and K.H. Hassan
  This study, examines the legal implications of doping in sports in Iran against the backdrop of international sport legal regime. For many years, the interest in sports has been ever growing in Iran, like in the rest of the world. With the popularity of the games, as well as the individual sports figures, sponsorships and prize money, the level of competiveness is higher than ever before. With this trend, sadly to note that the issue of doping is on the rise within the sport. The most popular sports in Iran have always been classical genres such as weightlifting, wrestling and horse riding competitions and doping has penetrated into these sports. In later years, doping has spread into sports, such as bodybuilding and soccer. The purpose of this study is to highlight some of the growing issues in Iranian sports today and how to combat the alarming rise in doping and drug use within the sport.
  Parand Azizi and K.H. Hassan
  This short study discusses important issues of Muslim women in their participation in sport, taking Iranian context as an example. Iranian women have to face many challenges in sport, especially the hijab issue. The Qur’an and Hadith shows the importance of sport for human socially, physically and mentally. The Shari’ah also approves all kinds of athletics and sports in order to demonstrate superiority, strength and skill that would be mentally and physically useful for health and human life. Now-a-days, Iranian Muslim women are competing in sports more than there have been in the past and recently, they have achieved satisfactory results in many national and international games. Unfortunately, Iran Muslim women athletes have so many issues to deal with in their participation in national and international sports events because of their veil (hijab). We find that Iranian Muslim women excelled in national and international games despite strict adherence to religion, culture and Iranian legal requirements.
 
 
 
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