Michaung strengthens human unity
People were not even able to enter the storm relief camps that the government had established in Chennai. In this scenario, what the Muslims have accomplished is praiseworthy. Poonamalli Church had made a social media announcement as well.
"AssalamuAlaikum, our Poovirudavalli big mosque, SunnatWalJamaat School, today due to Michaung cyclone, it is raining heavily, so all the people living in Poovirudavalli area can get water from the mosque; they can charge their devices like mobile phones and torch light." The mosque's Facebook page stated in this regard. Those who have rainwater inside their homes can remain at the mosque because of the intense rain. Warm regards. It was also brought up.A mosque is not just a place of prayer.The mosque is open to guests from the community. There are meals available." The populace melted and reacted with excitement to this revelation.
On seeing such an announcement, people belonging to all religions who suffered without a place to stay, flocked to the mosque. They were fed sumptuously. Similarly, in the Chennai Palavakkam mosque, people of all communities were invited to come and stay in the mosque.Also, 150 kg of rice has been prepared and served to all the people of the community. Similarly, the doors of Loyola College, Chennai were also opened for the public and food was also prepared for them.All such incidents are making human minds flexible. Such natural outrages remind us of the beauty of human birth and its nobility every time.
We also witness the misery of individuals who, in their desperation to advance politically, accuse those who are assisting them while they are inundated. Nobody will ever be able to split us apart as long as there is compassion, gentle hearts, tolerance, and religious harmony—regardless of how much hurdles certain individuals cause!