Two Arab players refuse to participate in the Homosexuality Week

Press reports said that the duo, Mustafa Mohamed and Musa Al-Taamari, refused to participate with Nantes and Montpellier in the Gay Week round in the French League.

In the final round of the competition, scheduled for Sunday, French clubs are scheduled to wear a uniform bearing the rainbow symbol of homosexuality.

But Mustafa Mohamed, for the second year in a row, informed Nantes officials that he would not wear this shirt, and newspapers reported that Musa Al-Taamari followed Al-Masry’s example and did the same thing.

Last year, Mustafa Mohamed was subjected to a financial penalty because he refused to wear a T-shirt bearing the slogan of homosexuality, and this caused a fierce attack on him by the French fans.

It is assumed that Mustafa Muhammad, as well as Musa Al-Taamari, will be exposed to the same thing this season, and the punishment may be greater and stronger this time.

It is expected that Monaco’s match on Sunday will be Mustafa Mohamed’s last with Nantes, in light of the presence of many offers for the Egyptian striker, while Moussa Al-Taamari remains a target for many clubs around the world as well.