In India, you can get into trouble for anything, if you are a celebrity. Wishing someone will also get you into trouble. Confused? Well it looks like humanity has gone to roads. Mohammad Kaif is again in trouble for his secular credentials. Some so called “real Muslims” have attacked Kaif for a picture.
Former Indian Cricket player Mohammad Kaif is being trolled again and again. As the year 2017 started, he was trolled for posting a Surya Namaskar picture and then in the middle of the year he was trolled for playing chess. Now as the year is close to end and he was celebrating Christmas with family, some so-called religious experts suggested him that it’s Un-Islamic.
On the happy and auspicious occasion of Christmas, Mohammad Kaif turned Santa for his kids and posed for a Merry pic with them. But as soon as he posted that pic on Facebook, he started receiving lots of suggestions as if that was the first and last sin ever happened on Earth.
“Merry Christmas ! May there be peace and love,” Kaif posted.
But he would have never imagined that this post will be trolled so badly. Parvez Khan, tweeted saying, “Kaif Bhai one day you have to face the Allah what will answer when you will be asked , that of you know celebrating of Christmas is haram.”
Some Muslims even went to extent of telling that Kaif has converted to Christianity. Shoaib Burki tweeted, “I think kaif become Christian…. Shame….”
It was so strange to see because what Mohammad Kaif did was a pure and harmless gesture that depicts the real spirit of India. People got offended even by that and it tells that there’s something seriously wrong with them individually.
Muslims should come out of this mindset. If they have to grow, they should not be so hardcore Muslim radicals.
Mohammad Kaif is one of the most respected person of Muslim community. He has made our whole nation proud with his achievements. He is role model to crores of youth. But it is sad, when he is being trolled by some people for no fault of him.
Luckily most of the people have come out in support of Kaif. Hats off to Kaif for his secular image. We are proud of you Kaif!