ICC's Double Standard Exposed To The World!

The double standards of the world cricket organization ICC came to the world to suppress the voice of the Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja, who became the voice of the oppressed Palestinians.

The International Cricket Council suppressed the voice of Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja for raising his voice in favor of the oppressed Palestinians against the ongoing Israeli aggression in Gaza and did not allow him to put the peace symbol on his bat and boots until the end, of which the ICC The double standard has been exposed to the world.

The world remembered that this was the ICC when, in March 2019, Indian cricketer MS Dhoni distributed military caps to the entire team, and the entire Indian team played the match wearing this military cap, but at that time the principled ICC was pigeonholed. He sat with his eyes closed.

Dhoni wore military insignia gloves in the 2019 World Cup. Do not go too far; even in the recently ended World Cup in India, the sticker of "Om" on the bat of South African cricketer Maharaj was not seen by the ICC. Was it not a religious matter?

Not only this but in 2018, a homosexuality awareness campaign was conducted in England, in which the ICC itself also took part.

However, on the other hand, the ICC stopped Usman Khawaja from writing a message for Palestine on his shoes in the Perth Test, gave a stern warning for wearing a black belt, and now also stopped him from putting the symbol of peace on his bat and shoes.

Demonstrating in favor of the Palestinians, the ICC again became a wall in front of Usman Khawaja.

On the issue of Palestine, the double standard is being questioned: why is the ICC getting angry at the support of the Palestinians, and why was Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja prevented from giving the message of human rights?

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