Friday, June 14, 2024

Babar, Rizwan to Visit American Islamic Center before T20 World Cup

Cricket captain Babar Azam and wicketkeeper-batsman Muhammad Rizwan are set to visit the Islamic Center of America before the T20 World Cup. Their visit has been confirmed by a viral post from the East Plano Islamic Center (EPIC), which mentions their planned visit to the Islamic Research Center.

On June 1, both cricketers will participate in a charity event in Dallas, USA. This event aims to provide interest-free loans and donations to students to support their education. The charity event highlights the cricketers’ commitment to giving back to the community and supporting educational initiatives.

Muhammad Rizwan is no stranger to visiting Islamic centers. In the past, he has visited Islamic centers in New Zealand and Australia, where he even taught, and a video of his teaching went viral, showcasing his dedication to sharing knowledge and engaging with communities around the world.

Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan’s visit to the Islamic Center of America and their involvement in the charity event underline their roles as not only sports figures but also community leaders. Their participation in such events helps to inspire fans and underscores the importance of charitable efforts and education.

This upcoming visit adds a meaningful dimension to their trip to the USA for the T20 World Cup, emphasizing the values of service and education alongside their cricketing responsibilities.

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