Moeen Ali’s Twitter post, “If India does not apologize for its blasphemous statement, I will never go to India to play match again, I will also boycott the IPL. And I will appeal to my fellow Muslim brothers to do the same”.
Many Islamic countries have condemned BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma for her controversial remarks about the Prophet Muhammad. Qatar had earlier issued a summon urging India to issue a public apology on the issue.
A post has surfaced on social media that England cricketer Moeen Ali has posted on Twitter that he will not play cricket in India if India does not apologize for the incident and will boycott IPL matches as well.
What is the truth?
The Twitter page that posted the viral post Moeen_Ali18 is not the official Twitter page of England cricketer Moeen Ali. The Twitter page created in May 2022 has stated that it was not an official page.
Also, the Twitter page that posted the viral tweet on Moeen Ali has now been deleted.
In 2020, The Guardian reported, “Moeen Ali has left social networking sites when his fellow athletes received derogatory reviews online.”
The tweet spreading that England cricketer Moeen Ali had said that he would not go to India to play cricket and boycott the IPL if India do not apologize for the defamatory statement about the Prophet Muhammad came is fake.