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Moeen Ali Would Have Gone To Syria To Join ISIS – Taslima Nasreen

Moeen Ali Would Have Gone To Syria To Join ISIS – Taslima Nasreen

A renowned author from Bangladesh – Taslima Nasreen has launched a venomous attack on England all-rounder Moeen Ali who is all set to represent Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The comments came after several reports suggested that the England cricketer has urged the CSK management to remove the logo of an alcohol brand from the team’s jersey.

Incidentally, Moeen Ali had joined CSK for a whopping INR 7 crore at the IPL 2021 auction. He shifted base from Royal Challengers Bangalore, who released him prior to the auction to join MS Dhoni & Co. Ali recently joined CSK’s bubble from the England team’s bubble who faced India in an all-format series.

Moeen Ali would have joined ISIS in Syria – Taslima Nasreen

As he gears up to take the field, an outspoken Bangladeshi author has targetted Moeen Ali on social media site Twitter. Her tweet has come after multiple reports suggested that Moeen requested the Chennai Super Kings franchise to part ways with a logo of the alcohol brand from his jersey for the IPL 2021 season. Taking to Twitter on Monday, the controversial Bangladeshi author shared an unpleasant tweet stating the cricketer would have joined ISIS in Syria if he was not playing cricket.

“If Moeen Ali were not stuck with cricket,  he would have gone to Syria to join ISIS,” Taslima Nasreen said in her tweet.


The comments didn’t go well with the fans and Taslima Nasreen received a good bashing on social media. After several reports claimed that the logo of the alcoholic brand has been removed from Moeen Ali’s IPL 2021 jersey, Chennai Super Kings CEO Kasi Vishwanathan had confirmed that there has been no such request made by the English all-rounder.

A day after Taslima was called out for her controversial remark about Moeen Ali, the Bangladeshi author took to Twitter and opened up about her ‘sarcastic’ post which has become the talk of the town on social media.

“Haters know very well that my Moeen Ali tweet was sarcastic. But they made that an issue to humiliate me because I try to secularize Muslim society & I oppose Islamic fanaticism. One of the greatest tragedies of humankind is pro-women leftists support anti-women Islamists,” Taslima said in her recent tweet on Tuesday.


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