Ali Banat Dies From ‘Gift’ Of Cancer. 29th May, 2018.

Muslim millionaire turned humanitarian Ali Banat dies from ‘gift’ of cancer On The 29th Of May, 2018.

Muslim millionaire turned humanitarian Ali Banat dies from 'gift' of cancer
(Picture: MATW Project)
You might not have heard of Ali Banat, a young Muslim man from Sydney, Australia, who lived a lavish lifestyle, with plenty of designer clothes and flashy cars.
Three years ago, he was diagnosed with cancer and immediately decided to distribute his wealth.
Yesterday, the humanitarian and philanthropist passed away.
Those who came to know him after his Gifted With Cancer video went viral are now mourning his death and donating money to his charity Muslims Around the World (MATW).
At the moment, a cool $1,041,438 (£589,243) has been raised, with more donations pouring in by the second.

So who exactly is Ali Banat?

 Ali Banat was born in Greenacre, New South Wales, on February 16 1982.
He made money from a security and electrical company, and in an interview with Mohamed Hoblos he showed the lavish lifestyle he led.
Banat became accustomed to sports cars and Louis Vuitton.
However, all that changed when he was diagnosed with cancer. This made him reconsider his life, and prompting him to sell his cars and watches.

In his Gifted with Cancer video, he showed off his bedroom which was lined with Louis Vuitton shoes, the only brand of footwear he wore, and a bracelet costing $60,000 (£33,945). One of his cars included a Ferrari Spider worth $600,000 (£339,237.50).
But as soon as he got sick, he realized none of it meant anything to him.
‘When you find out you’re sick or you don’t have much time to live, this is the last thing you want to chase. And that’s how we should live our lives everyday,’ he said.

 He was told that he had seven months to live, and wanted to use his time wisely.
Ali Banat founded the Muslims Around The World (MATW) Project, which went to countries in Africa and provided people with education, food
and other forms of aid.
Throughout his travels in Togo, Ghana, and Burkina Faso, he helped thousands of people.
His interview with Hoblos went viral, and he received donations from people across the world.
With the money, MATW aimed to build villages for over 200 widows, a mosque, a school to house 600 orphans, a mini hospital/medical centre, and businesses to support the local community.
Despite only being given seven months to live, Banat lived for three years after he was first told he had cancer.
Tributes have poured in for the humanitarian, including one from popular Adam Saleh.
There have been numerous calls for people to keep Ali in their prayers, and think of how he selflessly helped so many.
He was truly an inspiration, and will be remembered as such.

One Twitter user wrote: ‘For most people, myself included, cancer would’ve been the breaking of me. However, for brother Ali Banat it was the making of him. Truly an inspiration to many. May Allah grant him a place in the highest ranks of Jannah (heaven).’
Popular YouTuber Adam Saleh also shared a tribute saying he was an inspiration, as did many others.
Most of his followers are now urging one another to remember Ali in their prayers.

Another Twitter user wrote:
Adam Saleh @omgAdamSaleh

Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un! Ali Banat was an inspiration to me and to this WORLD!! He had an emotional story to tell the world how he was Gifted with Cancer!! He always had a SMILE!! I’m shattered that he lost his battle to cancer!! Please keep him in your prayers


Muslim humanitarian Ali Banat passes away from cancer MATW Project

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