The sportsman's father, furious at the woman writer who made a controversial statement on Moin, said - I am angry
Sports Desk: England all-rounder Moeen Ali requested IPL team Chennai Super Kings to remove the liquor logo from their jerseys, which was accepted by the franchise. Then Bangladesh's female writer Taslima Nasreen tweeted disputedly on Moin Ali, saying that if Moin Ali could no longer be associated with cricket, he should leave Syria to join ISIS. His tweet also created a lot of controversy and now Moin Ali's father Munir Ali has given a statement on the matter.
Speaking to a newspaper, Munir Ali said, "I am shocked and shocked to read Taslima Nasreen's indecent remarks against my son Moin." In her 'outspoken' tweet, where she described her original comment as a satire, she also says that she is against fundamentalism. She adds that if she looks in the mirror, she will find that the tweet she has tweeted is radical - a vicious conservative against a Muslim man, a blatantly Islamophobic statement. Someone who does not have self-respect and respect for others can only survive to this level.
Moin's father said, I am really angry, to be told the truth, but I know that if I get my anger out of control, I will play in the hands of people like him. If I meet him someday then I will tell that I will actually tell on his mouth what he thinks of him. For now I will ask him to choose a dictionary and look at the meaning of satire.
Moin Ali is currently in India and participating in IPL 2021 and will be seen playing for Chennai Super Kings. He was bought for Rs 7 crore during the mini auction.