Exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin has come under discussion all over the cricket world by calling England star all-rounder Moin Ali a ‘militant’. Yesterday, Taslima tweeted about Moin, who left the country in 1994, saying, “If Moin Ali had not played cricket, he would have gone to Syria and joined the ISI.” Shakib Mahmood was among those cricketers.In another tweet after widespread criticism, Taslima said she jokingly told Moin Ali that. After that, bowler Shakib Mahmud, who played 4 ODIs and 8 T20s for England, wrote on Twitter targeting Taslima, ‘Satirical? Your sense of humor at the stage of illness. ‘ Taslima made another mistake when she went to see Shakib Mahmud’s tweet. He thinks it is Bangladesh’s world best all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
At the same time, Taslima wrote about Shakib Al Hasan in the middle of a huge post on her verified Facebook account, ‘Bangladesh cricketer Shakib also abused me a lot. ‘Disgusting Tweet, Disgusting Individual’. Which means it’s about to be the most delusional time of the year, as well. Shakib, however, went to the inauguration of Durga Puja in Calcutta and was attacked by the Muslim fundamentalists of Bangladesh, but he did not call their attack disgusting, nor did he call them disgusting. I wrote a column on Shakib’s behalf, Shakib has the right to go where he is happy, to inaugurate anything, why Shakib has to give an explanation. And what did Shakib do, he apologized to those who attacked him, he said, he should not have gone to worship, he is a strong believer in Islam, and Islam is the best religion in the world. He attacked me and made those who attacked him happy. The strategy that I don’t know is why I love myself a little more. ‘
Taslima’s Facebook post was unexpected. Then maybe someone explained to him the difference between Shakib Mahmood and Shakib Al Hasan. Realizing the mistake, Taslima edited her Facebook post and left out part of Shakib. However, the previous post is still showing in Edit History. In her new post, Taslima can’t believe that all the English cricketers will report on her ID with a tweet she made ‘fun’.