A girl cries during the funeral of her relative following an Israeli air strike in Jabalia, Gaza Strip, on Thursday. AFP
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Pakistan's famed cricket celebrity Shahid Khan Afridi has shared a heartfelt poem for Palestinian children amid continued Israeli airstrikes in Gaza City.
On his Twitter account, Afridi posted the touching verses from a poem expressing support for Gaza victims and ensuring them that they are not alone in their fight for freedom.
In the poem addressing the children of Palestine, Afridi assures them that no matter how far we all are but our hearts beat for their agony and pain.
The United Nations' casualty count from hostilities in Gaza, the West Bank showed 256 people dead - including 69 children and an Israeli soldier - and thousands of people injured.
Palestinian health officials say 256 people dead — including 69 children and thousands of people injured in aerial bombardments that have worsened Gaza's already dire humanitarian situation since the violence began on May 10.
At the end of the clip, the all-rounder said, “From my entire family, we wish you Eid Mubarak.”
The call to join protests on Friday repeated earlier demands from Khan for Pakistanis to begin holding weekly nationwide rallies until the prime minister departs for the United Nations General Assembly next month, where he vowed to act as an ambassador for all Kashmiris.
A journalist, Ihtisham Ul Haq said on Twitter, “With permission from both families, I would like to clarify the engagement rumours between Shaheen Afridi and the daughter of Shahid Afridi. "
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi while thanking his fans on Monday for their birthday wishes, said in his tweet that he is turning 44 this year, despite saying earlier in his autobiography that he was born in 1975.
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