The vice president of the Salafi Dawah group, Yasser Borhami said according to Islamic Sharia law, Liverpool forward, Mohamed Salah cannot break his fasting during the Champions League final match which will take place on May, 26 the first week of the Muslims Holy month of Ramadan.
Borahmi said in a statement that the Quran did not say that football players do not have to fast, explaining that football as a sport does not fall into the category of hard work, which allows Muslims to break their fast in Ramadan.
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Source: Middle East Monitor