The Greek Financial Crisis Did Not Prevent This Muslim Greek from Behaving Ethically

In September 2013 (and before and after), many people were hit hard by the financial crisis in Greece, but that did not stop a resident of Xanthi in northern Greece from behaving ethically. The Greek, a member of the Muslim minority, found 8,000 euros in a bag. He was not wealthy, he was affected by the economic crisis, but he took the money to the police. The man who had lost the money, a Pontian Greek who works in Cyprus, came to the police to report his loss, and the police reunited the man with his money. The Pontian Greek thanked the Muslim Greek for his honesty and kindness.

For Further Information: Christina Flora, “Greek Man Hands €8,000 to Police,” Greek Reporter. 30 September 2013

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/09/30/greek-muslim-hands-e8000-to-police/

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