The Muslim theologian Ihsan Senocak criticized on Twitter the Turkish volleyball players now engaged in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The cleric accused the athletes of not being chaste in their volleyball suits: “Daughters of Islam!“, He wrote on the social. “You are the sultans of faith, of chastity, morality and modesty … not the sports fields“. Senocak’s reference is to the name of the Turkish women’s volleyball team, athletes known as “The sultans of the network”. “You are the daughters of mothers who have refrained from showing their noses out of modesty“, He continued. “Don’t be a victim of popular culture. You are our hope and our prayer ”. Senocak, who is very active and followed on social networks (1 million followers also on Facebook, 862 thousand on Instagram) is not new to this kind of criticism. In 2017 he made headlines for criticizing the fathers who allow their daughters to go to college in jeans and “with manicured eyebrows,” reminding them that such a concession will open the gates of hell to them.