30 جولائی، 2014

؍ICC bans Moeen Ali from wearing 'Save ؍Gaza' wristbands آئی سی سی کی مسلم دشمنی

 


Moeen was banned from displaying political messages on the field by the ICC, after wearing wristbands supporting Palestinians during the third Test against India.By JACK BEZANTS | Associated Press – Tue 29 Jul, 2014 3:54 PM IST

SOUTHAMPTON, England — England all-rounder Moeen Ali was banned from displaying political messages on the field by the International Cricket Council, after wearing wristbands supporting Palestinians during the third Test

Ali wore wristbands with "Save Gaza" and "Free Palestine" while batting against India on Monday at the Rose Bowl. 

Match referee David Boon told Ali, a Muslim, to not wear the wristbands anymore, an ICC release said on Tuesday. Ali was not cited.undefined 

"Whilst he is free to express his views on such causes away from the cricket field, he is not permitted to wear the wristbands on the field of play, and warned not to wear the bands again during an international match," the statement said. 

ICC clothing rules do not allow displays of messages relating to political, religious or racial activities during internationals. 

The England and Wales Cricket Board didn't believe Ali was committing an offence for his act of solidarity with Gaza's Palestinians, who are in an ongoing war with Israel. 

Meanwhile, England players on Tuesday commemorated cricketers who gave their lives in World War I by wearing on their shirts the logo of Help for Heroes, a charity helping military personnel wounded in conflict. They also stood for a minute's silence before the start of play on day three. AP

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