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‘I really respect who respect their women’: Faryal Makhdoom Khan praises fighter Conor McGregor in a dig at estranged husband Amir

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Amir Khan’s estranged wife Faryal has praised boxing champion Conor McGregor for “respecting” his long-term partner in what appears to be a sly dig at her own fighter husband.

Faryal Makhdoom Khan this morning posted a tweet that included a quote from the mixed martial arts superstar explaining how his girlfriend Dee Devlin has been supporting him and stood by him relentlessly for years.

Above the quote, Faryal wrote: ‘Love this. I really respect men who respect their women despite how famous they get.’

The tweet, which was published at around 11.30am, has since been taken down.

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It comes weeks after a surprisingly public row between Faryal and Khan when the boxer announced his marriage split on and both accused the other of cheating.

Khan also accused his American wife of having an affair with heavyweight rival Anthony Joshua, but later admitted he was wrong.

Around the same time, a member of the Khan family reportedly described Faryal as “evil” and accused her of causing Amir to suffer from depression.

A few days later, Amir took to Snapchat to say that Faryal and her mother were taking away his daughter from him, which had “driven” him to go out partying with a brunette Instagram star in Dubai.

He told his fans: “The divorce is going through anyway and I’m just not happy with things and that’s the reason I went out last night honestly. I’m not like that. I’m going to the gym today just for training and that’s about it really.”

In a now deleted Tweet, he later said: “I partied in Dubai with friends to get my wife angry. Shouldn’t have. That’s not like me and I’ll prove that.
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Meanwhile, the it is reported that the couple, who have a three-year-old daughter, Lamaisah, together, are seeking help from a spiritual leader to save their marriage.

Pir Shaami, an expert on Islamic Sharia law, will mediate their break-up during a series of planned meetings with the pair, the Sun reports.

A family friend of the Khans told the paper: “To Amir he explained what the rights of women are, what his wrongdoings were and why he should seek forgiveness.

“To Faryal he has said she has equal share to blame for deterioration of relations and that she has been wrong too.”

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Pir Shaami posted a picture of him and the boxer on August 15 saying that Amir had invited him to his house in Bolton for a Special Dawat (dinner) and to “make dua for the forgiveness of his shortcomings”.

In Islam, making dua means asking Allah for forgiveness by following a set of specific steps.

Pir Shaami also said that Amir had “made a firm intention to abide by the laws of Islam.”

Amir’s representatives declined to comment.

Last Sunday, Amir posted a picture of him carrying daughter Lamaisah on his shoulders, saying: “Miss my princess so much”.

The public spat came at the end of a turbulent few months for the couple, who married in a lavish New York ceremony in 2013.

Problems began last year when Khan’s family said his wife, an American model, dressed improperly for a Muslim woman.

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