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Liverpool Star Mo Salah Donates $3m To Rebuild Egyptian Hospital Blown By Terrorists

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Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah doesn’t just have a good left-foot, he’s got a good heart too.


The Egypt international proved this much with his donation of $3million to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo after a suspected terrorist incident killed 20 people.

Another 47 people were injured during the explosion in the Egyptian capital on Sunday evening, when a car drove at high speed in the wrong direction and crashed into three others outside the hospital.

In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Liverpool star Salah posted a message on Twitter that said: “My full support and condolences to the families of victims and victims of the explosion of the Oncology Institute.”


Salah didn’t stop with only the condolence message, reports in Egypt have stated that he has made a considerable donation to help rebuild the institute, which was damaged in the explosion.

As reported by Egyptian news outlet Youm7, Cairo University President Dr. Mohamed Osman Elkhosht, speaking in an interview with dmc, has claimed Salah has donated $3m (roughly £2.5m) to help rebuild the institute – roughly half of the expected cost.


The incident was initially thought to have been an accident, but Egypt President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's message of condolence to the victim has hinted otherwise.

“I extend my deepest condolences to the Egyptian people and the families of the martyrs killed in the cowardly terrorist incident in the vicinity of the Kasr al-Aini area yesterday evening,” he said on Monday.


Salah, one of several high-profile figures to have made a donation, has made various donations to causes and campaigns in the past in his homeland.

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Thanks for sharing that information here it also help to develop the state

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He really has a good heart

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Nice one from Mo Sallah

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Dollyphee
For $3millionn dollars ,they should just rename the hospital, mo salahs hospital, cause you'll never walk alone, get it wink wink.

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Thanks Muhammad sallah for this indeed

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FARUKU
It's good to be a heartfelt

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joshbobo

[ @Mbee247: ] Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah doesn’t just have a good left-foot, he’s got a good heart too.


The Egypt international proved this much with his donation of $3million to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo after a suspected terrorist incident killed 20 people.

Another 47 people were injured during the explosion in the Egyptian capital on Sunday evening, when a car drove at high speed in the wrong direction and crashed into three others outside the hospital.

In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Liverpool star Salah posted a message on Twitter that said: “My full support and condolences to the families of victims and victims of the explosion of the Oncology Institute.”


Salah didn’t stop with only the condolence message, reports in Egypt have stated that he has made a considerable donation to help rebuild the institute, which was damaged in the explosion.

As reported by Egyptian news outlet Youm7, Cairo University President Dr. Mohamed Osman Elkhosht, speaking in an interview with dmc, has claimed Salah has donated $3m (roughly £2.5m) to help rebuild the institute – roughly half of the expected cost.


The incident was initially thought to have been an accident, but Egypt President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's message of condolence to the victim has hinted otherwise.

“I extend my deepest condolences to the Egyptian people and the families of the martyrs killed in the cowardly terrorist incident in the vicinity of the Kasr al-Aini area yesterday evening,” he said on Monday.


Salah, one of several high-profile figures to have made a donation, has made various donations to causes and campaigns in the past in his homeland.

good from you salah

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Thanks to Sarah who knows the pain of his country

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No Salah has always been a cool guy with a big heart. I thank him for this philanthropic gesture.

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Good job bro
Health is wealth and that's all that matters.

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He is a real super hero. May God protect such people on earth :)

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Waw That show a man with good heart

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may god bless people on this earth

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Harrison

[ @Mbee247: ] Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah doesn’t just have a good left-foot, he’s got a good heart too.

Thanks for the information
The Egypt international proved this much with his donation of $3million to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo after a suspected terrorist incident killed 20 people.

Another 47 people were injured during the explosion in the Egyptian capital on Sunday evening, when a car drove at high speed in the wrong direction and crashed into three others outside the hospital.

In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Liverpool star Salah posted a message on Twitter that said: “My full support and condolences to the families of victims and victims of the explosion of the Oncology Institute.”


Salah didn’t stop with only the condolence message, reports in Egypt have stated that he has made a considerable donation to help rebuild the institute, which was damaged in the explosion.

As reported by Egyptian news outlet Youm7, Cairo University President Dr. Mohamed Osman Elkhosht, speaking in an interview with dmc, has claimed Salah has donated $3m (roughly £2.5m) to help rebuild the institute – roughly half of the expected cost.


The incident was initially thought to have been an accident, but Egypt President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's message of condolence to the victim has hinted otherwise.

“I extend my deepest condolences to the Egyptian people and the families of the martyrs killed in the cowardly terrorist incident in the vicinity of the Kasr al-Aini area yesterday evening,” he said on Monday.


Salah, one of several high-profile figures to have made a donation, has made various donations to causes and campaigns in the past in his homeland.

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Thats good, h eso a good guy

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salah is one of the best player in Liverpool

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That's good of him to remember the needy

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[quote][ @Mbee247: ] Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah doesn’t just have a good left-foot, he’s got a good heart too.


The Egypt international proved this much with his donation of $3million to the National Cancer Institute in Cairo after a suspected terrorist incident killed 20 people.

Another 47 people were injured during the explosion in the Egyptian capital on Sunday evening, when a car drove at high speed in the wrong direction and crashed into three others outside the hospital.

In the immediate aftermath of the incident, Liverpool star Salah posted a message on Twitter that said: “My full support and condolences to the families of victims and victims of the explosion of the Oncology Institute.”


Salah didn’t stop with only the condolence message, reports in Egypt have stated that he has made a considerable donation to help rebuild the institute, which was damaged in the explosion.

As reported by Egyptian news.
Thank you for the update

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he’s got a good heart… .

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This is so kind and generous of him

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Thank you very much for this lovely information, indeed his a great hero

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JAMESCHEZY
Yeah I read about the news and was moved by emotions which warranted my thought to go towards our own Nigerians players how they dont even bother to help decrease the rise of poverty and lackings of their own people.


The other day I also read Liverpool's player in respect of MANE gave his country some huge amount of money to rebuild their market, he went on to build hospital, schools and mosque in his country even told the people not to broadcast the money he donated for the building of the market.


How many Nigerians wealthy celebrities can do this? The answer is (NONE)

Many other countries players are busy doing things for their people but our own they never did any or even thought of it.


May God bless those that help the needies. Amen

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This is a fantastic and a good gesture. Thank you Mo Sallah

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salah donate $3m for hospital so nobody knows man of God

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Mankind being kind to man kind, thats why God blesses the rick/kindhearted

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Good one mo Salah you're indeed a blessing to Egypt

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Good fellow so that your country will benefit from your money

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It's an awesome gesture frm Salah during this sallah celebration

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That's a good thing to do

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Good one bro. More victories for you

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