The Egyptian superstar player Mohamed Salah is set to be added to the Egyptian national curriculum that will help to teach the children the ups and downs of life through Salah’s glorious life journey. Mohamed Salah is undoubtedly one of the world’s best footballers who have achieved heights of success in the sport. It is quite sure an honor for him to be included in the curriculum and it would be great learning experience for the children after they get aware of Mohamed Salah’s glorious career.
Mohamed Salah has earned the nickname “the happiness maker”
Mohamed Salah, who is an icon in Egypt would certainly inspire the young generation of his country. His career, consistent goal-scoring at the top level of international football, and philanthropic activities will be taught in English-language textbooks to primary- and secondary school students across Egypt.
The Egyptian International has brought joy to the Arab country through his football accolades and it has earned him the nickname “the happiness maker.” Salah has been often witnessed appearing on-screen alongside his hijabi wife and young daughter, who is named Makka after the holy city in Saudi Arabia.
Salah has tallied a total of 17 goals and has seven assists to his name in 25 games he has played in the Egypt outfit.
Mohamed Salah’s philanthropic activities
The Liverpool star striker has been seen praying on-pitch after goals and his massive donations to Egypt’s poor have earned him national and international appreciation. In his homeland, Salah has donated money into charitable works for the poor farming community of Nagrig in the Nile Delta. He has also funded a new girls’ school, a water treatment center, an ambulance center, and a charity for orphans and the helpless.
Primary-school children will mainly be taught of his footballing success, while secondary-school textbooks will focus now on his philanthropic activities and will pose questions prompting students to examine what defines a hero.
“Salah’s desire to help others is because he wants to give young people a chance to succeed,” the secondary-school book says. “He is a role model to millions of Egyptians who give him the nickname ‘the happiness maker’.”
Salah’s name is set to join the textbook like the other Egyptian heroes such as Nobel Prize-winning novelist Naguib Mahfouz and UK-based cardiologist Sir Magdi Yacoub.
It is quite an achievement for Mohamed Salah!
- Mohamed Salah’s life story included in textbook
- Salah’s life journey will help the students to succeed in life