Yorkshire last week released the findings of an independent panel report sparked by Rafiq’s accusations of racism and intimidation.
The panel report confirmed seven of Rafiq’s 43 allegations and found there was “no question” that he was subjected to racial harassment and intimidation during his stay in Yorkshire.
However, he said there was insufficient evidence to find that the club was institutionally racist.
On Monday, Rafiq appeared to hint that he would not continue the dispute, not without first sharing details of the allegations he made.
In a Twitter post, he wrote: “I always told the leaders in our game that their (sic) would be a point / morning where I would wake up when I couldn’t take it anymore.
“Not taking it anymore does not mean that I will quit and go. It will just mean everything that has happened to date, from dishonest people about what happened in exchange for positions / jobs, to attempts to create evidence, tell the world and let them decide if YCCC is institutionally racist. ”
Rafiq joined Yorkshire in 2002 and played for them in two spells from 2008 to 2014 and then from 2016 to 2018.
The report found that he was not provided halal food at matches, something that has now been rectified for other players.
It found that there were three instances of racist language used prior to 2010 that amounted to harassment on the basis of race, while prior to 2012 a former coach “regularly used racist language.”
During his second spell in Yorkshire, jokes about religion were made that left people feeling uncomfortable, according to the report, and a reference to Rafiq’s weight and physical shape was made, amounting to intimidation.
The report also accepted that the club had not followed up on the allegations Rafiq made in 2018.
Despite those issues, the report found that all decisions made regarding Rafiq’s selection and the club’s final release were based entirely on cricket reasons.
“I feel lucky to be alive, but I will no longer test my resolve,” Rafiq tweeted.
“For all the people who are victims of racist abuse or any type of discrimination, I have done everything possible to give everyone a voice, but unfortunately the system just wants to suffocate us and finds allies and money to do it.”