So since Indonesia won't admit that the haze originated from them, Malaysians have decided to take matters into their own hands.
This father-daughter duo did their part by 'blowing the haze back to Indonesia'.
In the video, Faizal and his daughter prepared for their mission by putting on protective gear
Then they picked out weapons from the daughter's toy stash
They even referred to a map to make sure their mission was a success
Faizal then whipped out the compass on his iPhone so they'd know precisely which direction they should blow the haze towards.
In the end, Faizal and his daughter shooed the haze away with handheld fans from right outside of their home
Netizens are now thanking Faizal and his daughter for their service
One person wrote, "Thank you, Faizal, for saving millions of Malaysian lives. I'm getting all choked up now."
Another Twitter user said, "Thank god, thank you. My day and my future is now brighter."
"Hahaha. I hope more people would volunteer to blow the haze away," wrote another netizen.
They were probably inspired by this Malaysian Twitter user who wanted the whole nation to blow back the haze on Malaysia Day: