A Man Builds A Mosque For His Lifelong Friend Because He Had Nowhere To Pray

The Logical Indian

September 12th, 2015 / 1:18 AM

Source : Revert To Islam

This is an inspiring, appreciable and exemplary gesture, especially at the time when hatred in the name of religion is being spewed around. However, this is not need of the hour. When millions of people don’t have a roof over their head, building of temples, mosques, churches or any other religious structures seem as a cruel joke to people without home.

“We have been friends for a long time. He did not have any place to worship, so I build one for him.”
True friendship crosses all boundaries of religion as social status!

Hats off to this friendship and kind heart of a friend.


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