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Usman Khawaja launches charity T-shirt with hopes to aid those affected by Palestine conflict

Australian opener Usman Khawaja has extended his advocacy for individuals impacted by the conflict in Palestine by unveiling a charitable T-shirt.

Khawaja was pictured training last month wearing boots bearing the slogans 'all lives are equal' and 'freedom is a human right', but saw plans to use them during a subsequent Test match against Pakistan fall foul of International Cricket Council rules.

The 37-year-old promised to continue raising awareness and took to the crease with a bat etched with a dove of peace symbol when he returned to duty in the Big Bash League.

Now he is attempting to directly raise money for Unicef's Children of Gaza appeal. His new T-shirt features an image of his boots – complete with slogans – and will go on sale for £32.

He wrote on X: "I've team (sic) up with @electric_wicky to bring you the Uzzy 'Freedom and Equality' T shirts.

"All profits will be donated to the 'Unicef Children of Gaza' appeal. For those who can, please purchase to help support those who are struggling and spread the word! Link in my Bio!"

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