New Delhi: The controversy over Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen’s tweet about England star cricketer Moeen Ali goes unnamed. Now Moin’s father Munir Ali is registered there.
There was a dispute over this tweet
Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen wrote on Twitter: “If Moeen Ali hadn’t played cricket, he would have joined Syria with ISIS.” Significantly, Taslima said this because recently Moin had requested the removal of the alcohol mark from the Chennai Superkings (CSK) jerseys.
Taslima deleted the tweet
After that, Taslima Nasreen was fiercely trolled. Seeing the escalating controversy, the Bangladeshi writer deleted his tweet and clarified that the tweet against England cricketer Moeen Ali was nothing but a mockery.
Haters know full well that my Moeen Ali tweet was sarcastic. But they made it a problem to humiliate me because I try to secularize Muslim society and oppose Islamic fanaticism. One of the greatest tragedies of humanity is that women on the left, pro-women, support anti-women Islamists.
– taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) April 6, 2021
Moin’s father is angry with Taslima
Moeen Ali’s father, Munir Ali, is very angry with this controversial tweet, calling the writer Islamophobic. He said I am very shocked and shocked upon reading Taslima Nasreen’s tweet. If she sees herself in the mirror, she will know what she said.
What will Munir Ali say when he meets Taslima?
Munir Ali told The Indian Express that if I ever meet Taslima, I will tell him what I really think about him. Frankly, I’m really angry, but I know if I don’t control my anger it will be like playing in the hands of people like him.
Jofra Archer has targeted Taslima
Mohammed Ali’s teammate Jofra Archer in the England cricket team had Taslima Nasrin on target for such a controversial comment. After this controversial tweet, Jofra Archer responded to Taslima Nasreen and wrote: ‘Are you okay? I don’t think you’re okay.
Why did Moeen do this?
Moeen Ali is very religious and he follows his religion well. Significantly, in Islam, drinking, producing, selling and promoting alcohol is prohibited. Alcohol is considered to be the work of the devil and the root of many ailments.
Hashim Amla denied
Previously, former South African cricketer Hashim Amla had refused to put the beer company logo on his national team’s jersey, due to which part of his match fees had been deducted.
Parvez Rasool was hiding
At the 2013 IPL, Indian cricketer Parvez Rasool hid the alcohol logo on the jersey while playing for the Pune Warriors team.