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New York City hug a Muslim experiment

Posted March 15, 2015 by Mark Anderson One comment

New York City hug a Muslim experiment

Posted March 15, 2015 by Mark Anderson One comment

The question facing everyone: to trust or not to trust. The Blind Muslim Trust Experiment visits the streets of New York city. Local New York Muslim wears a blindfold on the streets with a sign that says ‘I’m a Muslim. I trust you. Do you trust me enough for a hug?’ See what happens.

 

 

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  1. Great video. Karim’s creative experiment is wonderful. What vulnerability! I’m inspired. What would it look like if Christians made themselves as vulnerable?

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