The top scorer of the Saudi Al-Nasr team wrote on his Instagram account: “I decided, in my name and my family’s name, and in the name of all Moroccans and Muslims, to help and bring a little joy to Rayan’s family, and to give them a fully equipped house.”
And the Moroccan international, Abdel Razzaq Hamdallah, considered this gift to be help from brother to brother, and added, “I also hope this is an invitation to everyone who can help them, so let them do so, including actors, singers, athletes, officials and famous people, may God reward you with the best reward.”
This humanitarian gesture comes after the home of the child Ryan’s family is threatened with collapse due to the excavations that took place in its surroundings in order to reach the stuck child.
Hamdallah’s initiative was widely praised by social media activists in Morocco, who appreciated this humanitarian gesture against the family of the child Rayan.
A woman, Basem Sabah Benslimane, commented on Hamdallah’s post, saying: “I am from your dear city, Safi. I am very proud of you and your charitable works and successes that did not come out of nowhere. I am very pleased, may God reward you.”
As for Noah Karod, he said, “May God make it one of the balance of your good deeds and our good deeds, since you gave alms in this name of Muslims, which is a sign of men and the kindness of the heart of the honorable people of Morocco.”
On Twitter, Turki Al-Ghamdi drowned, saying, “Abdul Razzaq Hamdallah scores a wonderful goal… but this time outside the green rectangle… May God reward you with good, praise be to God.”
Millions of people inside and outside Morocco followed efforts to rescue the child Rayan, who accidentally fell into a deep (32 meters) and narrow well for 5 days, in the village of Agran, on the outskirts of Chefchaouen.
A statement by the Royal Court announced on Saturday evening, the news of the death of the child Rayan, and that the Moroccan King Mohammed VI made a phone call to the parents of the deceased, where he expressed his deepest condolences to all family members, and also expressed his appreciation for the tireless efforts of the authorities during the process of removing Rayan from the well.
Since last Wednesday, vigorous efforts have been launched to save the child in the face of obstacles that slowed the pace of work and were mainly represented in dirt erosion and facing rocks, which necessitated the use of precise manual excavation and the use of small and light electrical tools.