Salahs injury is Gods punishment against his intentions says preacher

first_imgKuwaiti preacher Mubarak al-Bathali after the Champions League Final match in Kiev, claimed in a tweet the next day that ‘God punished him’ (Salah) for eating before the match during the holy month. He said that even though Muslims were permitted to stop fasting for travel, eating so he could play in the final was ‘not a legitimate excuse’ and Salah had sinned.Al-Bathali also said Salah intended to break his fast for the match, not because he was travelling from Britain to Ukraine, and his intention was what mattered.This is after Liverpool physiotherapist Ruben Pons earlier confirmed Salah would break his fast for the match after discussions with a nutritionist, according to Dailymail.‘Tomorrow and the day of the match he won’t [fast], so it’s not going to affect him,’ he told Spanish radio station Cadena SER last Thursday.Al-Bathali stressed Salah was given bad advice and ‘unfortunately, [he will] bear the burden’ for it.divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…While the Egyptian forward’s injury keeps him uncertain for the World Cup in Russia that is weeks away, the preacher said it would remind Salah it happens by God’s will.‘Do not think the Muslim believes that life is managed by reason and effort, but life is the hand of God comes to whom he will, whether hard or not diligent,’ he said.However, Al-Bathali emphasised Salah was a ‘virtuous, good and respected man’ who was an ambassador for Muslims and was helping improve their image in the West and hailed him for observing other Muslim requirements, like walking away from his teammates when they drank alcohol.‘Do not grieve, the door of repentance is open,’ he said.last_img

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