Muslim family gets heartwarming letter post Donald Trump’s inauguration

It was a letter of love, comfort and support. A letter that will restore your faith in humanity.

Muslim family gets heartwarming letter post Donald Trump’s inauguration

Following President Donald Trump’s inauguration plenty of American citizens are unsure what the future holds, especially those that are Muslim.

January 20, Trump formally taken over from Barack Obama, and things have been quite rocky. The country has been rocked by anti-Trump rallies.

A Muslim family in the US were pleasantly surprised to receive a heartwarming letter from their neighbours, offering support to them to live without discrimination. It was a letter of love, comfort and support. A letter that will restore your faith in humanity.


Hend Amry shared a photo of the note on Twitter.



Abubaker Amry, who has lived in Cincinnati, Ohio for nearly four decades, said he and his neighbours do not interact much beyond a cordial “Hello”, so the note someone left him, came as a surprise.

One of his neighbours in Westwood left this in his mailbox, “Dear Neighbours, today begins a new stage for our country. No matter what happens, please know there are still a lot of people who will fight for your right to practice your religion, to continue your lives without discrimination. You are welcome in our neighborhood and if you need anything – please knock on our door,” a CNN affiliate WCPO reported.

Amry’s post been retweeted 128,000 times, with thousands of other Twitter users sharing messages of support.

“This is the America that took us in as political refugees, the America that gave us a new home, & the America that keeps my hope alive today,” Amry added on Twitter.


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