With a tweet and a photo.. Mohamed Salah stands in solidarity with Morocco

On Saturday night, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah posted a tweet on website X (formerly Twitter) expressing his solidarity with Morocco, which the agency says has suffered a devastating earthquake that killed more than 1,300 people lives came. current official figures.

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has posted the Moroccan flag on his official account on the "X" website.

He wrote: "Oh god save Morocco and its people."

Salah's audience engaged heavily with the tweet. In less than an hour, about 900,000 people saw it, more than 1,100 commented, and more than 3,000 reposted.

Mohamed Salah joins many sports and art stars who were quick to express their solidarity with Moroccans in the face of this natural disaster.

Among them was the star Ashraf Hakimi, defender of the Moroccan team and Paris Saint-Germain, who donated his blood to help those injured by the earthquake and called on Moroccans to do the same. 

Moroccan stars donate blood to the earthquake victims

Sports stars and the most famous Arab and international clubs vied to express their condolences to the families of the victims of the strong earthquake that hit Morocco, while the stars of the Moroccan football team donated blood and urged their compatriots to do the same.

Moroccan state television today (Saturday) quoted the Interior Ministry as saying that 1,037 people were killed and more than 1,200 injured in the magnitude 6.8 earthquake, whose epicenter was about 72 kilometers to the southwest. from Marrakesh.

The Moroccan Football Association announced that the match scheduled to be played on Saturday between the national team and their Liberian visitors at the end of Africa Cup of Nations qualifying had been postponed due to the earthquake.

But the stars of the Moroccan team, which has already qualified for next year's finals in Ivory Coast, had a date with another national signing.

The Moroccan team wrote on the social network “X”, formerly known as “Twitter”,: “The Atlas Lions contribute to the blood donation process.”

The comment was accompanied by photos of several national team stars donating blood, including coach Walid Rekragui and Ashraf Hakimi, a Paris Saint-Germain player who urged Moroccans to also follow in his footsteps.

Hakimi wrote on the same platform: “Right now the priority is to donate blood to people in critical condition. It is everyone's responsibility to donate blood to save as many lives as possible. Your help is needed.”

A video also circulated showing Yassin Bono, the goalkeeper of the Saudi national team, and Al Hilal donating blood.

“My deepest condolences go out to the families of the victims,” Bono wrote. We belong to Allah and to Him we will return." Al-Hilal, the team Bono joined from Seville this summer, also expressed their condolences via the "X" platform, saying: "May God protect Morocco and its people. “Our deepest condolences go out to Morocco.

Al-Nasr and several Saudi League clubs, as well as the Saudi Professional Football League and Egyptian clubs Al-Ahly and Zamalek, took the initiative to express their condolences to Morocco.

And the problem was not just limited to Arab sports clubs and stars, as the list also included Italians Carlo Ancelotti and Masoud Özil, as well as a large group of Spanish clubs; The most notable are Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Espanyol. 


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