Study: Hate crimes have decreased in Liverpool since Mohamed Salah joined the Reds


According to a study published in “American Political Science Review”، Hate crimes in Liverpool decreased by 16% compared to other similar areas in Britain, after the Egyptian star joined انضمام Mohamed Salah To the Reds in the summer of 2017.

The study – which was conducted on whether celebrities could be a tool to influence society in a positive way – revealed that the case of Mohamed Salah, a Muslim elite footballer, who joined the Liverpool team in the summer of 2017, contributed to a decrease in hate crimes in the city of Liverpool by 16 percent. % for the period before joining.

The study showed that data on reports of hate crimes across England was used, in addition to a review of 15 million tweets from British football fans, it was proven that after Salah joined Liverpool, fans halved the rates of posting anti-Muslim tweets compared to fans of other first-class clubs. .

The study indicated that the emergence of the Islamic identity of Muhammad Salah enabled the positive feelings towards the Egyptian pharaoh to be generalized to the rest of the Muslims on a larger scale.

On the other hand, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, a professional within the ranks of the English club Liverpool, continues to promote Egyptian tourism, as he published a picture of him on a yacht on an Egyptian beach, and also published a short video via his Instagram account of seawater, and attached the video with a flag. Egypt and the heart.

Salah is enjoying spending his summer vacation in Egypt, which he started a few days ago, after the end of the football season in England, where Salah took advantage of that time to enjoy his vacation with his family on the Egyptian beaches, and was keen to publish his photos while on vacation, with the public through his personal account on the Instagram website.



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