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Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Made A Generous Move To Help An Emirati

Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed has made a kind gesture to help an Emirati for a treatment to save his brother.

Cost of the treatment was exceeding Dhs 20,000

From a video posted on YouTube, the Emirati, identified as Sheikh Hassan Ali Al Morshedi, spoke about his brother’s condition and mentioned he has to go through two operations, both costing more than Dhs 10,000 each. He called for assistance in the video, which reached out to the Crown Prince and responded within three hours.

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed agreed to cover their living costs too

Besides the treatment, the Crown Prince has also offered to bear the Emiratis’ costs of living in Thailand. It was revealed that his brother was suffering from spinal cancer and the siblings are currently in Bangkok. Al Morshedi followed it up with another video thanking Sheikh Mohammed for the kind gesture.

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. في تجاوب سريع وليس غريباً على شيوخ دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة، وخلال أقل من ثلاث ساعات وجه صاحب السمو الشيخ #محمد_بن_زايد آل نهيان، ولي عهد #أبوظبي، نائب القائد الأعلى للقوات المسلحة، بتحمل تكاليف علاج المواطن حمدان علي المرشدي في استجابة من سموه لمناشدة أخيه حسن عبر #رسالة من #بانكوك. . وكان المواطن #حسن_علي_المرشدي وجه رسالة لأصحاب السمو الشيخ لمساعدته في تكاليف علاج شقيقه الذي يتلقى العلاج في تايلاند منذ ما يقارب الشهر، مؤكداً أن تكاليف العلاج تقارب العشرة آلاف درهم خلال الجلسة الواحدة بالإضافة إلى تكاليف المعيشة هناك خلال فترة العلاج. . #الإمارات #رؤية_الإمارات #عين_في_كل_مكان #شكرا_محمد_بن_زايد

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Generosity has been a common characteristic during the holy month

Residents in Abu Dhabi have several times been recognized by the Crown Prince, be it from thanking construction workers behind Louvre Abu Dhabi or surprising carpet trader Moosa Khan at his shop last year. During the holy month, the UAE Government made several kind gestures, like announcing a Dhs 1.6 billion fund for bonuses for its employees and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai announcing the release of 700 prisoners ahead of Ramadan.