Bangladeshi creator Taslima Nasreen is as soon as once more ruling the headlines for her yet one more controversial assertion, and this time it’s in reference to England cricketer Moeen Ali who is ready to make his debut for Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) within the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Taking to Twitter on Monday, Nasreen courted a distasteful submit about Moeen after the cricketer appealed the CSK administration to take away the emblem of an alcohol model from the workforce’s jersey. In her submit, Nasreen stated that England all-rounder would have strayed away to turn into a terrorist had he not caught to cricket.
“If Moeen Ali weren’t caught with cricket, he would have gone to Syria to affix ISIS,” she tweeted.
Very quickly, Twitteratis bashed the creator for her stern phrases towards Moeen. The military additionally included World Cup hero and England pacer Jofra Archer, who responded by questioning what was unsuitable with the creator.
Are you okay ? I don’t suppose you’re okay https://t.co/rmiFHhDXiO
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) April 6, 2021
After dealing with backlash, Nasreen deleted her submit and defended saying ‘it was sarcastic’.
Haters know very properly that my Moeen Ali tweet was sarcastic. However they made that a problem to humiliate me as a result of I attempt to secularize Muslim society & I oppose Islamic fanaticism. One of many biggest tragedies of humankind is pro-women leftists help anti-women Islamists.
— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) April 6, 2021
Just lately, the Chennai Tremendous Kings purchased the England all-rounder, who has to this point performed 19 IPL matches scoring 309 runs and selecting 10 wickets, for a whopping Rs seven crore on the 2021 public sale in February.
Earlier than making debut with CSK, Moeen Ali requested CSK administration to take away the alcohol model emblem from his match jersey as a consequence of his religion’s ban on alcohol and the franchise has agreed to his request. The jersey has the emblem of SNJ 10000, a surrogate product model of Chennai-based SNJ Distilleries.