In light of its humanitarian message based on the directives of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the SCI was resolved to adopt Sabah’s case, relying on the support of philanthropists.
Khalid Mohammed Al Duklah, a Syrian national living in the UAE for 40 years, has expressed his overwhelming joy and gratitude to the UAE leadership, government and people for the recovery of his mother, Noor Hamdi, 93.
Sheikha Fatima directed the ERC to provide Julie, who was suffering from spinal muscular atrophy disease, with the highest levels of healthcare and arrange for her medical treatment in the UAE.
Despite Khaldoun Sanjab's exceptional condition, he did not surrender and did his Bachelor's degree with distinction.
The 24-year-old had been wounded at Place de la Bastille by "a police baton." He suffered a broken nose and injured forehead, and had been taken to hospital.
The Al Jalila Foundation has helped a 3-year-old Syrian boy Youssef Mohammed, who was suffering from a rare cancer called retinoblastoma in his right eye, to get a prosthetic eye.