One Way To Destroy Stereotypes Is To Watch An Adorable 5-Year-Old Hug Strangers

Matt Orr Curator:

You know that part in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" when the Grinch's heart grew three sizes? I bet that's exactly what happened to the people in this video when they met this family on the street.

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Adam Saleh: Hey guys, I'm Adam.

Sheikh Akbar: And I'm Sheikh

Adam Saleh: And this is.

Sheikh Akbar: TrustStoryASA

Adam Saleh: We did a video before called, "Meet a Muslim person." and today we decided to do "Meet a Muslim family." A lot of people hurt innocent children, like this. Who can hurt this? Its really sad but we want to show people that we're a peace loving religion, so we want to spread the positivity and show that, that's what we are.

Female: He's part Jewish, part Protestant and part Catholic. One of my best friends, she's a practicing Muslim and she wears her scarf. We learn so much about each other. And I celebrated with her, the birth of her child so that's amazing.

Sheikh Akbar: That's amazing. Thank you so much.

Female Sean say Masalama (Goodbye), we gotta go home. Come on.

Male: I'm Jewish and I live with a Muslim.

Male Jew: Assalamu Alaikum, my brother. A Jew and a Muslim together. We're going to make it together. A Jew and a Muslim, together. You see. It's hurting my heart, its making me physically sick. The pain, the death and the hurt and the misery, over land? Get your priorities together. Its about humanity. Coming together. We work better, together. Got it? Good.

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