Hyderabad, July 31 -- Through the length and breadth of this vast country, over the last 5 months, a never-before-seen phenomenon has been observed-Muslim youth braving the daunting situation brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and reaching out to help the distraught and the poor who were victims of the sudden lockdown.

This phenomenon is unique in one major respect:

The community that was most ubiquitous in the frontlines was the most discriminated against, ridiculed and shunned. The taunts, the persecution and the media-bias did not deter the spirits and the enthusiasm of these noble souls.

They distributed millions of food packets, handed out milk, medicines and other essentials. They gave to the daily-wagers left without a dime ...