A Jordanian dentist donated a smile for free to a Moroccan fan who was bullied, because of the shape of his teeth, during his appearance in a spontaneous snapshot captured by the cameras in the Morocco-Croatia match in the World Cup.
His image on Moroccan platforms was subjected to bullying and ridicule. Hours later, the Sheikh said that he was able to reach the Moroccan citizen, Mohamed Al-Sharafi, as the doctor pledged to bear all the costs of Al-Sharafi's travel from Doha to Dubai, in addition to fully treating his teeth, according to what the Moroccan fan told Moroccan media.
Al-Sharafi said in a televised interview with local media, "The campaign that I was subjected to was harsh. I suffer from heart problems that prevented me from treating my teeth. Praise be to God for this surprise, A doctor from Dubai called me and told me he will bear the costs of travel and treatment."
Doctor Shadi Al-Sheikh published the circulating video of the Moroccan fan thanking him and commenting on it, "This is an honor for me.. Preach, and I am your brother."
The Moroccan fan, Mohamed Al-Sharafi, had enjoyed a wide solidarity campaign launched by Moroccan bloggers after the wave of bullying in the shape of his teeth, according to what was published by local media. The doctor's initiative was widely welcomed, in an initiative described as humanity, and comments praising the doctor and moral solidarity.
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