A video of Palestinian child Asif, who had one of his feet amputated during an attack on Israeli-occupied Gaza, has gone viral, in which he expresses his “love” for Moroccan goalkeeper Yassin Bono and wants to meet his Palestinian child ‘s dream came true.
A Palestinian journalist had a video call with the Al Hilal Saudi club’s goalkeeper, who spoke to Atef and asked about his conditions. Asif asked to meet him in person and told him, “You are my role model.”
The Atlas Lion Guard responded by promising the Palestinian child that he would realize his dream and meet him soon.
Watched Morocco goalkeeper Yassin #bono Child Assef Abu Mahadi, whose leg was amputated after being injured in an Israeli bombing, got his wish granted via video call with the help of Palestinian activists.#gazawar #video pic.twitter.com/68n3diEM0q
– Al Jazeera Palestine (@AJA_Palestine) November 20, 2023
After the interview, Asif burst into tears and said, “I realized one of my dreams.”
Asif said in a previous video that he “loves Bonno and if he sees him one day, he will run over and hug him. He once encouraged him and the Moroccan national team at the World Cup in Qatar, and he used to watch Look at his save in the penalty shootout.”
“I encouraged him through the World Cup #Qatar 2022..A Palestinian child loses a foot in Israeli bombing of Gaza Strip #gaza He describes his reaction if he met the national team goalkeeper #morocco Yassin #bono
– Aljazeera.net • Al Jazeera Network (@AJArabicnet) November 20, 2023
Israeli aggression continues Gaza On the 44th day, more than 13,000 martyrs were left, including more than 5,500 children and more than 3,500 women, while the number of injured reached more than 30,000, 75% of whom were children and women.
Asif is a Palestinian child from the Nuserat refugee camp in Gaza. His dream is to become a goalkeeper like Yassine Bono. The Israeli army destroyed his dream and amputated his leg. The child hopes to get a prosthetic leg so he can fulfill his dream of meeting Moroccan national team goalkeeper Yassine Bono. pic.twitter.com/wQy4rfSooR
– Hisham Al-Senussi (@Pirana_dusahara) November 16, 2023
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