CNN has reached out to the Iranian Soccer Federation (FFIRI) and Iranian authorities for remark.
“I contacted them a number of instances within the latest previous and so has the FIFA administration. We’ve got a delegation of FIFA members in Iran in the intervening time and I’m trying ahead to listening to excellent news from them.
“We perceive there are steps and processes that have to be taken earlier than that is achieved in a correct and protected manner however now’s the second to vary issues and FIFA is anticipating optimistic developments beginning within the subsequent Iran dwelling match in October.”
Iran’s males’s nationwide workforce takes on Cambodia in a World Cup qualifying sport on October 10.
Khodayari appeared in a Tehran courtroom earlier this month. When the case was adjourned, she poured gasoline over herself and set herself on hearth. She died on Monday September 9.
Iran’s Judiciary has been requested to research the circumstances surrounding Khodayari’s dying, the nation’s semi-official Fars Information company reported final week.
The information company additionally mentioned her father had claimed that Khodayari suffered from psychological sickness and had “stopped remedy in opposition to her physician’s repeated warnings.”
Her dying sparked anger each in Iran and internationally.
“I feel FIFA is the one responsible and in the event that they enforced their very own human rights and gender discrimination guidelines, Sahar would have been alive at present,” she advised CNN.
FIFA responded, saying it “refutes any suggestion it has been inactive within the struggle for these girls’s rights in Iran. We’re working with the Iranian Soccer Affiliation within the hope and expectation that girls can be in attendance at future video games starting with the FIFA World Cup qualifiers in October.”