After the coronation of the Moroccan champion, Fatima Zahraa Al-Kirdadi, by winning third place and winning a bronze medal in the marathon race at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, many voices were raised on social networking sites demanding accountability for those who had caused her absence from previous competitions on “incorrect” charges. .
Some of the pioneers of social media following sports affairs called for the necessity of dismissing the technical director of the Royal University of Athletics, and everyone who had a hand in depriving Fatima Zahraa Al-Kirdadi of participating in previous competitions, claiming that she was taking doping without proving that.
Some blogs said that the dismissal of the technical director of the Royal University of Athletics has become obligatory…because he deprived Morocco of Fatima Zahraa Al-Kirdadi’s medals during the past years…and because of the defamation she was subjected to…by accusing her of taking steroids…before her feet did her justice in Budapest.
Other bloggers wondered how it would feel to be wronged after the heroine Fatima Zahraa Al-Kirdadi returned with a bronze medal.
And the pioneers of social networking sites called on the Royal University of Athletics to clarify the harassment and injustice that the heroine was subjected to, before proving her competence in her last participation.
Al-Kirdadi was excluded by officials of the Royal University of Athletics, and she was denied training and participation in international sporting events.
Al-Kirdadi had complained about the movement and the injustice by the university, and denounced the unjust defamation of her reputation for taking steroids, and because of that she was dropped from the national elite, which qualifies her to participate in global demonstrations.
The Moroccan champion complained a lot about the “al-Hokra” and said that I was facing a war from university officials only because she clung to her coach and did not accept another coach because she trusted him and his competence.