Did Moeen Ali get advance approval from the England and Wales cricket board? If he didn't then he's in breach of the Rule. This is regardless of whether the message is considered political.
'England have defended Moeen Ali for wearing wristbands showing support for Gaza during the third Test with India.The Worcestershire batsman, 27, wore bands saying "Free Palestine" and "Save Gaza" on the second day in Southampton.
International Cricket Council regulations state players should not wear messages relating to "political, religious or racial activities".The ICC is investigating but the England and Wales Cricket Board said: "Moeen has done nothing wrong."According to Rule 19F of the ICC Clothing and Equipment Rules and Regulations, players should not convey messages with their clothing unless approved in advance by the player's official board, but approval would not be granted for political messages.An ICC spokesman confirmed: "We're investigating and will report in due course."'