Kindhearted Muslim Takes Cares of Terminally Ill Children Abandoned by Their Parents

In a world where Muslims are wrongfully judged as terrorists and hate-filled people, there are many who prove that only the extremists are filled with hate and that there are still millions of good, kindhearted Muslims ready to help others – even Christians!

One of these kind Muslims is a man from Libya named Mohamed Bzeek. He went to America in 1978 to study but would later settle in the country and marry an American named Dawn.

As the years passed, the two would open their home to terminally ill children who were abandoned by their parents, something they started doing in 1989. Treating these children like their own, the couple provided love and care to these dying kids up to their last breaths.

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Local hospitals and charity institutions would soon endorse patients to the two, knowing that these abandoned children will feel the love they need from the couple even if they are not related at all. For decades, the two provided a safe, caring haven for these dying children.

Ironically, when Dawn got terminally sick, her sickness would come in between them that they would break up in 2013. She died a year later.

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Despite what happened to his marriage, Mohamed continued what they both started together. He provided a home for the dying children even if he couldn’t really afford to do it.

Considering he doesn’t even have the obligation to care for these kids and live his life in this manner, his story touched the hearts of thousands of netizens who decided to help him out by providing him with the money he needed to care for the children.

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A GoFundMe campaign set up in his behalf would quickly receive donations from all over the world, receiving close to $500k – greatly surpassing its original goal of $100k! Isn’t it wonderful that people like him still exist in this crazy world?

Watch his heartwarming story here: