A Muslim man in the Philippines has been hailed as a hero for giving shelter to 64 Christians in his home while terrorists were hunting them.
Noor Lucman, a Muslim who lives in Marawi, gave shelter to Christians were working near his home as militants were attacking Marawi, the capital city of about 200,000 people on the Philippine island of Mindanao.
After Lucman said after he had fled the city, Christians “couldn't leave the city, so I had to take responsibility in protecting them.”
According to Philippine authorities, nearly 30 civilians and 38 military personnel have been killed as they were attempting to liberate the city.
More than 120,000 people have been killed by militants in the Philippines since the 1970s.