For a few days that Beirut, Lebanon She went through a situation of total fear after 3xplosion3s, many people were injured, before this Mia Khalifa dedicated herself to supporting her native country through donations.
Despite the fact that his native country "he was ashamed" From his past, Khalifa was not welcome in his old home, which did not prevent him from offering his help to that country.
Last Tuesday Beirut she was in the news around the world for the sudden explosion in which she was involved.
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Although not immediately everyone remembered that Mia khalifa She was originally from that country, right away the sports commentator today went into action, perhaps as she would have done for another country, however perhaps felt the obligation being its place of origin.
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"My heart cries for this woman, on what was supposed to be the happiest day of her life. An eerie juxtaposition of the soul and beauty of Lebanon and its people shattered in a split second. Watch this over and over again time until you are sick from the lack of action you are taking "; shared.
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He immediately began to move and solicit the support of his followers and others for donations and can help a little with the situation in the country, something that immediately began to be answered thanks to the kindness of thousands of people.
"People's lives, dreams and futures are buried under rubble. Right now, people in Beirut are deciding between cleaning up overturned cars or reburying their dead, coffins being overturned in destroyed mausoleums.
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Thanks to the support you provided Mia khalifa and the people who together with her began to donate the money collected will help hundreds of families who need it greatly.
"Lebanon needs our eyes and our voice until they are strong enough to get back on its feet," he concluded.
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