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[Watch] Non-Muslim Volunteers Cleaning Up Masjid After Floods Make Malaysians Proud & Humbled

[Watch] Non-Muslim Volunteers Cleaning Up Masjid After Floods Make Malaysians Proud & Humbled

TikTokers Rejean Kumar and nallan.dh show that our society is truly homogeneous despite what some may want us to believe.

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Malaysians were proud and humbled by the selfless actions of a few non-Muslim volunteers who helped clean up a mosque in Klang, Selangor following the floods.

Videos originally posted by TikTokers Rejean Kumar and nallan.dh received so much love from the internet when they and several others were shown moping up the masjid’s outdoor prayer area and moving some furniture around to tidy up.

The clips also witnessed the group’s effort to purchase, deliver and distribute aid and supplies to flood victims who looked to be thankful for the help they received.

(Credit: rejean0810 via TikTok)

“Thanks a lot for your love and support, we will continue our service for the community as much we can #BangsaMalaysia,” wrote Rejean in one of the videos in response to the words of approval and encouragement coming from Malaysians from all quarters of cyberspace.

Many were delighted to see such humility and humanity shown by the volunteers in the spirit of a multicultural Malaysia.

Some social media users also took to sharing other scenarios where non-Muslims volunteers were helping to prepare and give out carts full of stuff like sarongs and others to flood victims.

Others were also thrilled to see how Malaysians were coming together to help each other in the wake of another public crisis.

Many were voicing their opinions on how homogenous our society really was in spite of the opposite image portrayed by some of the more bigoted sections of Malaysia.

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