Mohamed Salah breaks his silence on Jerusalem and sends a message to the British Prime Minister


Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Egyptian star of English club Liverpool, Mohamed Salah, called on world leaders, Tuesday, to stop violence and the killing of innocent civilians, in reference to the escalating tensions between Israel and the Palestinians in Jerusalem.

Salah said in a tweet on his official page on Twitter: “I call on all world leaders, including the prime minister of the country that has been my home for 4 years, to do everything they can to make sure that violence ends and innocent civilians are killed immediately. That is enough,” he said.

The Egyptian player had published a previous tweet that included an old photo of him in front of Al-Aqsa Mosque, as part of the developments in the city.

Salah was subjected to a stinging attack on social media because of his silence about the events taking place in Jerusalem for days, considering that he did not deserve the title “Arab pride.”


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