Bayern Munich’s official statement

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Following many days of conjecture, Bayern Munich has released an official statement about the ongoing violence in the Middle East between Israel and Hamas. The team was compel to respond after Noussair Mazraoui. A right-back from Morocco, received backlash on Instagram from some German circles for what appeared to be a pro-Palestine post.

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The Bayern Munich released the following statement:

This week, FC Bayern Munich had a thorough and illuminating discussion with Noussair Mazraoui. The conversation was spark by Mazraoui’s Instagram photos. Which spark ire and outrage and were link to the terror against Israel over two weeks ago.

“Jan-Christian Dreesen, CEO of FC Bayern, explained, ‘FC Bayern condemns Hamas’ attack on Israel.’ Nassair Mazraoui has credibly assured us that as a peace-loving person he resolutely rejects terror. And war and he never meant to cause any irritation with his posts.” . Furthermore, I denounce all forms of terrorism and terrorist groups, states Noussair Mazraoui.

Both FC Bayern and Noussair Mazraoui are adamantly against the Middle East conflict’s bloodshed being brought to Germany, a country dedicate to peace. Any form of violence or hatred has no place in Germany’s political culture.

Israel and the Jewish community in Germany are support by FC Bayern because nothing excuses the killing of families and children.

FC Bayern feels that, particularly during trying times. Football should be allow to fully express its ability to bring people from diverse cultural backgrounds together. Despite being sideline by an injury, Noussair Mazraoui will continue to play for FC Bayern.

Importantly, contrary to what some in the media had expected. The club declined to denounce or even discipline Mazraoui with their statement. Mazraoui is still working out by himself while he heals from an injury he received during the international break.

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