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Heartwarming Moment as Mohamed Salah Plays with Disabled Fan

Liverpool Muslim superstar Mohamed Salah joined in a heartwarming Keepy-uppy with a young disabled fan. That was before his team met Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup Wednesday night in Istanbul, Liverpool Echo reports. Liverpool defeated Chelsea 5-4 on penalties to win the Super Cup for the fourth time in their history. Salah played one-twos with Ali Turganbekov, …

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Mohamed Salah Performs Umrah to Makkah Before Liverpool Camp

Liverpool Muslim superstar Mohamed Salah has performed Umrah pilgrimage to Makkah before joining the team’s summer training camp in France, Al-Araby reported. Images showing the Liverpool icon wearing the white ihram were shared on social media. Salah is seen accompanied by two unidentified individuals dressed in traditional Gulf attire. The images were taken before Salah …

England Muslim Cricketers Shun World Cup Champagne Celebrations

Muslim cricketers Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid, part of England’s World Cup winning squad which defeated New Zealand Sunday, were seen running for cover to avoid the champagne spray during England’s World Cup celebrations, The Sun reported. The video of the pair went viral on social media and both were hailed by fans for upholding their religious …

Why do Muslim Players Perform Gratitude Prostration after Scoring Goals?

What Is Gratitude Prostration Muslim Players Do After Goals?

In many football games,  Muslim players celebrate goals with prostration. That is called Sujud Ash-Shukr. So what exactly is Sujud Ash-Shukr or Gratitude Prostration? What are its rulings? How is it performed? How to perform Gratitude Prostration This video gives a short explanation on what to do. Join Shaykh Yaser Birjas as he explains the conditions …

Africa Cup of Nations 2019: 10 Muslim Players to Watch

On Friday, June 21, the 2019 continental Africa Cup of Nations will kick off with dozens of Muslim players been listed to take part in the 24-team tournament. Here are a number of Muslim players participating in major African squads. Sadio Mane – Senegal Sadio Mané, 27, is the captain of the Muslim West African country of …

Muslim Cricketer: 'Ramadan Really Boosts My Performance'

South Africa’s cricket player Hashim Amla revealed how fasting the holy month of Ramadan helps him streamlining his approach. “It really helps with my conditioning,” Amla said, quoted Independent Online. “Fasting is something I always look forward to. It’s the best month of the year for me. Physically yes, you do feel thirsty and hungry. …

Muslim Player Observes Ramadan During NBA Playoffs

Portland trail-blazer Enes Kanter will be playing NBA playoffs while observing the holy month of Ramadan during which he will abstain from eating or drinking from dawn to sunset for 30 days. “I actually work harder during Ramadan because my body’s used to it,” Kanter said in an interview with the New York Times. Kanter …

FA Cup Winners to be Served Non-Alcoholic Champagne

The winners of next month’s FA Cup final between Manchester City and Watford will be served non-alcoholic champagne for celebrations to accommodate those who do not drink, Sport 24 reported. “Winning teams will be awarded non-alcoholic ‘champagne’ for their celebrations in all FA competitions, starting from this year’s FA Cup Final,” read a statement cited …

CAN 2019: African Nations Cup Pushed One Week for Ramadan

CAIRO — The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has agreed to postpone the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN 2019) for six days to allow Muslim players to rest after the fasting month of Ramadan, Daily Mail reported on January 29. CAN 2019, the African continent’s most prestigious championship was supposed to start on June 15. …

Sadio Mane Reveals Why He Didn't Want Mosque Toilets Video to Go Public

LONDON – Liverpool’s devout Muslim star Sadio Mane has revealed that he didn’t want a video showing him cleaning toilets at his local mosque to go public, saying he preferred it to remain private, Evening Standard reported Wednesday. “I am a Muslim, I pray five times a day and, as soon as I can, I do …



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