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In a Free Press web poll Monday, 80 per cent of the 1,828 responses said International Judo Federation rules should not be changed to allow Muslim women to compete wearing head scarves or hijabs.

Close to the 20 per cent of the responses said the rules should be changed.

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Now Manitoba Sport Minister Eric Robinson is asking Sport Manitoba to meet with the girl and her family, and Judo Manitoba officials, to resolve the issue.

A retired police officer with a black belt in judo said he worries safety might be sacrificed if the rules are changed."In judo, you grab anything you can to put your opponent down," said Murray Stalker, 72. In the heat of a battle, if we're tussling and she slips and I slip and I've got a real hold of (a head covering) and give it a twist, her neck is gone -- boom -- just like that," said Stalker, who got his black belt in judo in 1950 and was a police officer in St. "I think the rules were set for a reason."Longley said he expected more people in the judo community to speak out in support of the rules."When we do choke holds, we pull the (judo outfit) collar against nerve at the neck.

Years ago he taught a grown Muslim woman judo, and remembers her removing her head scarf to participate. On Saturday, 11-year-old Hagar Outbih left a Winnipeg judo tournament in tears when judo officials refused to let her fight while wearing the hijab, a scarf that covers the head and neck.

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