In a moment that captivated the cricketing world, former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan made his voice heard on social media on Friday, November 3rd. With a heartfelt message, Pathan expressed his profound concern for the innocent children who have become victims of the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict in Gaza. In a passionate appeal, he implored global leaders to come together and halt the tragic loss of countless innocent lives resulting from mindless violence.
Irfan Pathan, the renowned cricket player renowned for his exceptional skills on the pitch, has recently showcased his deep compassion for a humanitarian crisis that extends far beyond national borders. In a recent Twitter update, the individual expressed deep sorrow over the tragic loss of innocent lives in Gaza. Specifically, he highlighted the heartbreaking impact on children between the ages of 0 and 10, emphasizing the haunting silence that surrounds their distressing circumstances.
He tweeted: “Every day, innocent kids aged 0-10 in Gaza are losing lives and the world remains silent. As a sportsman, I can only speak out, but it’s high time for world leaders to unite and put an end to this senseless killing. @UN #StopTheViolence #GazaChildren.”
Irfan Pathan’s tweet caught the attention of many. The message quickly gained traction on various social media platforms. Former Pakistani cricketer Danish Kaneria, renowned for his unwavering stance on social matters, has responded to Pathan’s tweet. In a heartfelt statement, he expressed his profound joy at the fact that Irfan Pathan, a renowned figure in the world of cricket, demonstrated a deep understanding and compassion for the suffering endured by children. Not only that, but he also wholeheartedly aligned himself with this noble cause, standing in unwavering solidarity. However, he also wants Pathan to shed light on the ongoing struggles faced by Pakistani Hindus.
Kaneria has been speaking up in the last month about the atrocities that Hindus face on a daily basis in Pakistan. He has also spoken up about the inequalities faced by him in the Pakistan team and how they wanted to convert him to Islam.