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Muslim Clerics back Mohammad Kaif after he was trolled on playing chess with son

Mohammad Kaif playing chess with his son
Muslim clerics defend Mohammad Kaif saying that playing chess is not against the rules of Islam as long as gambling isn't involved.

Recently, former Indian cricketer, Mohammad Kaif was brutally trolled on social media for playing chess with his son. Many Islamic fans mocked him saying that playing chess is against the rules of Islam. However, Muslim Clerics have defended him saying that it is nothing wrong in playing chess as long as gambling isn’t involved.

A Muslim Cleric from Delhi, Imam Sajid Rashidi said, “People who are accusing him should look at themselves first. He was playing with his son. There is nothing wrong with it.”

He also said that this case is different from the time when Mohammed Shami and Irfan Pathan posted pictures of their wives. According to him, this act was against the rules of Islam.

Another Cleric, Mufti M. Mukarram Ahmad clarified that the ones who are accusing Kaif should be aware of the rules of Islam themselves before commenting others.

This isn’t the first time Muslim cricketers are targeted like this. Earlier, Mohammad Shami and Irfan Pathan were mocked on social media for posting pictures with their wives.

 

 

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