Alaa Mubarak weighs in on Mustafa Mohamed’s stance against supporting homosexuals in the French League.

Alaa Mubarak, son of the late Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, commented on the case of Egyptian player Mustafa Mohamed, who refused to participate in the last match of his French team Nantes, about not participating in a gay campaign.

As for the details of the case, it should be noted that Nantes decided to fine Egyptian striker Mostafa Mohamed after he refused to play against Toulouse last Sunday in the French Football League.

And the French network RMC confirmed that Nantes levied a fine on Mostafa Mohamed, without disclosing the amount of the fine, as the 25-year-old Egyptian star refused to play against Toulouse for refusing to wear a rainbow logo shirt. , as part of the French League campaign against homophobia.

And in his Twitter account, Alaa Mubarak wrote, commenting on this issue: “The phenomenon of homosexuals is a great obscenity and disgusting thing … a phenomenon that we see every day is spreading very quickly … it has become present everywhere … we can be found in films and series, especially foreign, as well as in the sports field.

Mubarak added: “It is strange and frightening that behind this phenomenon and this behavior prohibited by religion, which is contrary to our values ​​and principles and contrary to the nature and human instinct on the basis of which God created us, there are groups and organizations that support them and work towards to raise the ceiling of their demands. Their goal is to destroy society from the inside by destroying the family and opening the doors to this anomalous behavior… a phenomenon that requires a pause to learn how to deal with it so that it does not affect our society and future generations… after all, a respectful attitude Egyptian player Mostafa Mohamed.

Source: RMC+RT

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