Iranian girl Sara Khadem has been warned not to return home after participating in an international chess tournament in Kazakhstan without a hijab. The news agency Reuters reported the information with reference to a related source.

He reportedly arrived in Spain on Tuesday.

Sara Khadem was born in 1997. She took part in the FIDE World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championship in Almaty last week without a hijab. As a result, he had to fall into such trouble.

Khadem later received multiple phone calls, the source told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter. The men on the phone warned him against returning home after the tournament. However, many also suggested returning home, promising to resolve the issue.

The source added that Khadem’s relatives and parents, who are in Iran, also received threats.

Iran’s foreign ministry did not respond to requests for comment on the case.

The Dabaru girl is also known as Sarsadat Khademalsharih. He also did not respond to Reuters requests for comment. Several newspapers, including Le Figaro and El Pais, reported last week that Khadem would not return to Iran, but to Spain.

As a result of the phone call, the organizers decided to provide security in cooperation with the Kazakh police. As a result, four bodyguards were deployed outside Khadem’s hotel room, the source said.

According to the International Chess Federation website, Khadem is ranked 804th in the world. The website for the December 25-30 event lists him as a participant in both the Rapid and Blitz competitions.

(January 03)