Is the tweet of Mohammed Siraj on Israel real or fake after IND vs PAK matcn

Is the tweet of Mohammed Siraj on Israel real or fake after IND vs PAK matcn

News of Mohammed Siraj dedicating India’s win against Pakistan to Israel is going viral on the internet, here is all you need to know about the tweet and if his comments on Israel are real

Indian bowlers completely dominated the game as they made Pakistan’s innings crumble. Up until the final 30 overs, Babar Azam’s squad was playing well. However, the batting faltered and the team was all out for a pathetic 191 runs when spinner Mohammed Siraj broke the important partnership between Azam and Muhammad Rizwan.

Is the tweet of Mohammed Siraj on Israel real or fake after IND vs PAK World Cup 2023 match

At a packed Narendra Modi Stadium on Saturday, India crushed Pakistan by seven wickets in a lopsided blockbuster match to preserve their perfect 50-over World Cup record against their bitter rivals. India’s captain Rohit Sharma spearheaded the chase with a scorching 86, and the two-time winners eventually cruised home in 30.3 overs to preserve their perfect record against Pakistan throughout the tournament’s history.

Although Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique combined for a 41-run opening partnership to lay the stage for Pakistan’s batsmen to have a brilliant start. Later, Babar Azam and Mohammed Rizwan tried to keep up the pace. Until Babar Azam was removed by Mohammed Siraj, the two combined for an additional 82 runs. Not long afterward, Jasprit Bumrah sent Rizwan back to the pavilion.

Meanwhile, following the stunning 7-wickets win by India against the rivals, the bowler started trending on social media. An alleged tweet started going viral on web that Mohammed Siraj dedicated the victory to Isreal. The Tweet read:

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This was for our brothers and sisters in Israel.”

 

So, the question is, did he really Tweet that on his official X (formerly known as Twitter) account? The answer is No!

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In actuality, a parody account of Indian cricket player Mohammed Siraj wrote and shared the tweet instead of the real player. In context, when Pakistani cricket player Mohammad Rizwan dedicated his team’s victory in their World Cup 2023 match against Sri Lanka to the people of Gaza, who have been subjected to ceaseless Israeli bombardment for the past few days, he became the target of criticism, for those who are unaware. He wrote:

This was for our brothers and sisters in Gaza.”

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In conclusion, Siraj did not write anything like that and the Tweet was done by parody account of the Indian cricketer.

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