In a rare case of benevolence that is worthy of recognition and emulation and which most White Europeans tend to lack, two male Syrian refugees in Germany kindly cared for and comforted a little girl who had gotten lost in a mall until her mother was alerted. The little girl who is seven years old and who goes by the name Anke had gone to the Galerie Wiener Platz in Cologne with her mother Guida Henkl on Saturday afternoon and had gotten lost in the crowd as she wandered away from the food court area where they had gone to buy pizza.
A desperate Henkl frantically searched all over the mall for over an hour for the child and was crying uncontrollably as she alerted the mall security of her plight. A call was made on the public announcement system and a description was given of the child. It was then that two Syrian refugees who refused to be named and who were inside a lingerie store at the time, heard and saw the crying child who had stumbled in the area and kindly comforted her before taking her to the mall security where she was reunited with her emotional mother.
A relieved Henkl was grateful towards the refugees for what they did. Speaking to onlookers who were filming the touching incident with their mobile phones, she had this to say:
"I am eternally grateful towards those two kind-hearted Syrian refugees for what they did for me and my baby."
As she hugged and kissed little Anke who was still crying.
"It's a pity that more native Germans can't be like this."
She said, wiping the tears from her eyes.