MamoudouGassama is a 22-year-old migrant from Mali, living in France. He was recently strolling down a street in Paris when he saw a kid who had climbed over the fourth-floor balcony of an apartment building. The child was hanging perilously over the edge. In an incredible act of bravery recorded on video, Mamoudou climbed the balconies of the building in a matter of seconds, reached out to the dangling kid and lifted him back onto the safety of the terrace.
You can check this video of great heroism, below:
Gassama has become a hero in the public eye and is likely to get full French citizenship for his brave actions. Apart from being praised as a real-life Spider-Man, he is also being hailed as a shining beacon of the things that migrants can do for their new homelands, a vital message in a time when the thought of migrants is being rejected all over the world, by those who call for a nationalist and racially divided approach. It would be tough calling immigrants “animals” when they risk their own lives to save babies.
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