File - The Seven Sisters Beirut bar and grill in Biel. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Seven Sisters Beirut Saturday denied allegations that it had prevented a young couple from entering its premises because the woman was wearing a headscarf.7management, the owners of Seven Sisters, told The Daily Star in a statement that the lounge bar doesn't ban veiled women from entering.Seven Sisters Beirut was hosting a "Friday Night Goal" event, during which avid football fans could meet veteran international football players that were scheduled to play in the "Game of Legends" Saturday night at the Fouad Chehab stadium in Jounieh, north of Beirut.When the couple arrived at 8 p.m. Friday evening, they were told that they needed a reservation and weren't allowed into the bar.In a voice recording obtained by The Daily Star, a security guard at Seven Sisters can be heard saying that veiled women weren't being permitted to enter the premises.
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