Security guard protects Boston Muslims' prayer

Samantha, a young Muslim woman attending a football match in Boston Massachusetts shared a touching message of Facebook,

Security guard protects Boston Muslims' prayer

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Amongst the hate, the vitriol, the abuse and the protests following the US presidential election this week, a positive message resonated with thousands when a young woman shared her experience on Facebook.

"Yesterday my husband and i attended a football game, it was Duhur time and we needed to pray. Finding a place to pray at a football stadium is tough, but we managed to find an empty corner. I was a bit nervous to pray because it wasn't private at all, particularly in front of everyone, maybe i'm silly but i'm always paranoid i will get attacked while focused in prayer. My husband started praying and i get approached by stadium security. I thought in my head, here comes this guy, he's gonna escort me out and tell us we can't do this here. I was wrong, he came up to me and said "i am going to stand here and guard you guys to make sure nobody gives you any problems, go ahead and pray." He allowed us to pray and stood in front guarding us to make sure we are safe. When i finished he came up to us shook our hands and told us to enjoy the game. SubahanAllah, an amazing experience i will never forget."

source: Muslims Everyday


Güncelleme Tarihi: 12 Kasım 2016, 23:15