The Muslim women from many countries like Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Brunei are entering first time in the Olympic 2012 in the athletes and other games. They face many obstacles for taking part in the games of Olympic but finally they got permission to take part in the Olympic. They wear hijab and long clothes during the game according to the Islamic laws.

The Muslim women from many countries like Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Brunei are entering first time in the Olympic 2012 in the athletes and other games.

Maziah Mahusin: Brunei

Trailblazer: Meet Brunei's First Female Olympian — Ever

Maziah Mahusin: Brunei

For the first time ever, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Brunei sent women to the Olympics, which make London the first time ever that there will be a female representative from every country. This was made possible because of the Universality rule, demonstrating its relevance and importance to create change through offering the opportunity for women to compete athletically who come from cultures where they are severely suppressed.

Saudi Arabia Olympics: Islamic Kingdom To Allow Women Athletes To Compete In London

for the 1st time!!! 2012

For the first time in Olympic history all participating teams will have female athletes - Saudi Arabia had 2 female athletes, Qatar had 4 and Brunei had 1

Anthony Poon (Chinese: 方谨顺; pinyin: Fāng JǐnShùn), one of the pioneer abstract artists in Singapore. His public collections can also be seen overseas in Brunei, Beijing and Washington, D.C. In 2002, Poon's five-metre-high stainless steel sculpture Success represented Singapore in an international exhibition of 230 new sculptures held at the City Sculpture Park in Beijing, China. His work was chosen by China's Ministry of Culture in Singapore for the Olympic Games in 2008.

Anthony Poon (Chinese: 方谨顺; pinyin: Fāng JǐnShùn), one of the pioneer abstract artists in Singapore. His public collections can also be seen overseas in Brunei, Beijing and Washington, D.C. In 2002, Poon's five-metre-high stainless steel sculpture Success represented Singapore in an international exhibition of 230 new sculptures held at the City Sculpture Park in Beijing, China. His work was chosen by China's Ministry of Culture in Singapore for the Olympic Games in 2008.

Beijing 2008

Countdown to 2008 Beijing Olympic Games (China, Hong Kong, Brunei, Singapore,

Saudi Arabia, Brunei and Qatar are letting their women athletes participate in the Olympics!! Let these women show their talent.

Saudi Arabia's Wojdan Ali Seraj Abdulrahim Shaherkani walks with the contingent in the athletes parade during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games on Friday.

28)Darussalam Mohammad Fakhri ISMAIL (Brunei) (Atletismo)

28)Darussalam Mohammad Fakhri ISMAIL (Brunei) (Atletismo)

This article portrays the gradual inclusion of women in the olympics. The London 2012 summer olympics was "the first time all sports [were] open to women and all national teams [included] female athletes—Brunei, Qatar and Saudi Arabia had never sent women before."  From an article featured in The Economist magazine on August 4, 2012

In the closet

Netherland's Sophie van Gestel dives for the ball during the women's beach volleyball preliminary phase Pool E match against Brazil on the Center Court Stadium at Horse Guards Parade in London on July

Sarah Attar, Berjilbab di Atletik Olimpiade

From Saudis to Soccer, Women Make Strides at Summer Olympics, But Are They Pawns of Backward IOC?

The 2012 Olympics are historic for women in sports. Now that Saudi Arabia, Brunei and Qatar are sending female athletes for the first time, women will have competed for every Olympic country.

The 2012 Olympics are historic for women in sports. Now that Saudi Arabia, Brunei and Qatar are sending female athletes for the first time, women will have competed for every Olympic country.

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