(Petaling Jaya News on the 12th) Repay evil with kindness! A Pakistani man was bullied, beaten and robbed by locals many times while working in Malaysia, but now when he meets Malaysians back home, he still warmly welcomes and entertains them, which makes netizens feel Ashamed and admired.
TikTok user @ahmad.bin.isa recently uploaded a video in which he and his companions met a former “foreign worker” in Malaysia while passing through Pakistan during a “cycling trip to Mecca”. Usman, a Pakistani man, received warm hospitality and shared stories about his time in Malaysia.
Usman said that while working in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, he was beaten and robbed by unknown people many times. In the end, he couldn’t bear it anymore and chose to return to his hometown in Pakistan to start a business.
“I used to work near SOGO Kuala Lumpur, in a fabric shop there,” he said.
“But I chose to go back to Pakistan because when I was working in Malaysia, I was often beaten by people nearby and my teeth were knocked out.”
“Usually on weekends when there are a lot of drag racers, they took my belongings, including my passport, and left me in trouble.”
Despite recounting his traumatic experience in Malaysia, Usman stressed that he holds no grudge for what happened.
He even stretched out his palm to use the metaphor of “five fingers, each with its own length”, indicating that people all have different faces.
“But I don’t care… Just like the length of our five fingers is also different. There are kind people and there are not kind people. But now I am very happy, thank God. Now God has given me happiness.”
Finally, Usman shared some food with Ahmad Isa and his companions, saying kindly to them: “But I don’t care… our five fingers are different lengths. There are kind people and there are not kind people. But. Now I am very happy, thank God. Now God has given me happiness.”
Ahmad Isa was touched by Usman’s kind deeds and admitted that he was “ashamed” of Usman’s unpleasant experience in Malaysia.
It is worth mentioning that Usman is now an employer with more than 100 employees, and after Ahmad Isa thanked him, Usman also invited the group to stay at his home.
“I have a house around here, don’t worry. If you want to eat or just sit, I don’t care,” Usman said.
The video received more than 600,000 views after being posted on TikTok, with many netizens praising Usman’s kindness and calling him a very generous and kind person.
Previously, Ahmad Isa and his three friends attracted attention when they embarked on a bicycle trip to Mecca to fulfill their pilgrimage obligations.
They set out from Kuala Lumpur on November 27 last year and are expected to travel through five countries, including Thailand, India, Pakistan, Iran and Saudi Arabia, shooting videos almost every day along the way.
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