Moeen urges British Pakistani community to help flood victims


English cricketer Moeen Ali appealed to the British Pakistani community to donate generously towards the relief efforts for the flood victims in Pakistan.

While speaking to Geo News at Edgbaston Sta-dium, the Birmingham-born all-rounder expressed grief and sorrow over the calamity.

“It’s very, very, important that we donate not only because it’s Pakistan but because people need our help,” said Moeen. Apart from appealing to everyone to donate, the cricketer also asked everyone to pray for the lost souls.

“Obviously our roots are Pakistani so we should try to help them as much as we can and If you do it for Allah you get a lot of rewards. They are our brothers and sisters who are suffering and we will try to help them and most importantly pray for them,” said the all-rounder. England is due to tour Pakistan later this month after a gap of 17 years and they will be visiting twice this year. And the English cricketer is excited to be part of the historic tour.—Agencies


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