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Kerala Floods: Heartwarming instances of Communal Amity

Amid colossal exercise to restore normalcy/rescue victims of Kerala floods, heartwarming instances of communal harmony came to notice which include a mosque (Nilambur, Malappuram) housing 125 people, including Hindus; a Temple and a Church (district Thrissur) opening their gates for Muslims to provide space for namaz as well as shelter/amenities during Eid-ul-Azha; a madrassa (district Kozhikode) suspending Quran classes to provide shelter to Hindu brethren; Muslim youth (districts Wayanad, Malappuram) cleaning debris in temples even during Arafah fast; and Christian cemetery allowing funeral of a Hindu man in its premises (district Idukki).

The above acts highlight that humanity has greater drive than that of religion and at the end of the day, we are all Homo sapiens.

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