Rabat - The Confederation of African Football Executive Committee’s (CAF-FEC) recent disciplinary decisions concerning Morocco and Tunisia pushed us out of our moral comfort zone. The CAF-FEC was blindfolded and went beyond what is appropriate. But nevertheless, the CAF-FEC has raised many questions as to whether or not is it ever morally justified to punish an entire football community of hundreds of thousands of footballers for the actions of relatively few individuals within that community.

Elrashid Elobeid is a former Teaching & Research Assistant, at University of Ottawa, Canada.