Ons Jabur. Tunisian tennis player. The first Arab woman player, she holds the record of playing a Grand Slam final. Setting an example in Arab women’s sports like tennis, Zabour is loved by fans not only for her great playing skills but also as a great person. He is always smiling, cheerful in victory or defeat. For this reason, he is fondly called ‘Happiness Minister of Tunisia’. He is a symbol of the pride of the poor country.
However, Jabur cried bitterly after winning the WTA tournament in Cancun, Mexico. Mike said to the presenter, who asked for feelings, in this state of mind can not be good. When hundreds of children are dying, there are only tears. I want to donate my prize money to Palestinian children. You will think that these political talks are just a little humanity. Stand by people as people.
Shah Kamali, a British boxing fighter of Bangladeshi origin, made his professional MMA debut on October 29. At his debut, he wrapped himself in the Palestinian flag. In the first match, Kamali knocked out his opponent Jimmy von Bemelen of the Netherlands in one minute and eight seconds of the first round. Then he raised the flag of Palestine on the podium of the winner. There was also a flag of Bangladesh.
Bill Shankly, the legendary coach of the Liverpool football team, used to say, ‘Many people think that football is equal to life and death. I don’t think so. I think football is bigger than that.’