Spectators At The World Cup Field With The Message of Palestine-liberation

Spectators At The World Cup Field With The Message of Palestine-liberation

Spectators At The World Cup Field With The Message of Palestine-liberation

The World Cup final, the world's largest cricket stadium with 130,000 seats and the most popular star of the match, Virat Kohli—could hardly be a bigger occasion than making his point! A supporter of the Palestine liberation movement therefore chose the biggest stage of cricket.

 A stranger entered the field after the third ball of the 14th over of the India-Australia World Cup final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad today. He had a mask made of the Palestinian flag on his face and a t-shirt supporting Palestine. 'Stop Bombing Palestine' is written on the front, and 'Free Palestine' is written on the back. This young newcomer entered the field and reached up to Virat Kohli. He also hugged the Indian cricket star. Meanwhile, the security personnel rushed and took away the young man.

In the context of Israel's continued attacks on Palestine, the phenomenon of showing support for Palestine in the playground is not new. A large number of Celtic supporters showed up in the gallery with Palestinian flags at the UEFA Champions League match against Atletico Madrid in Glasgow last month. However, such activities risk punishment by UEFA, the European football governing body.

After defeating Maldives in the World Cup qualifying game on October 17, the Bangladesh football team also went around the field with the banner 'Protect Palestine from terrorist Israel'.

Pakistan's Mohammad Rizwan has seen the first major support on the cricket field in the wake of Israel's recent attacks on Palestine. Rizwan, who scored 131 in Pakistan's record-breaking win over Sri Lanka in the league stage of the World Cup, dedicated his innings to the 'brothers and sisters of Gaza'. Then some Indian spectators brought pro-Israel banners to the India-Pakistan match in Ahmedabad.

On that day, Israel's ambassador to India, Naor Gilon, also tweeted, expressing joy that Pakistan could not "sacrifice its victory to Hamas terrorists" to India.

But today, in front of more than 100,000 spectators at the Narendra Modi Stadium, the unknown visitor's message of 'Free Palestine' overshadowed everything. Earlier in the India-Australia league match of the World Cup, Daniel Jarvis (known as Jarvo 69), a British national, entered the field. The ICC later banned him from the World Cup.

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