"I am a Muslim, not a terrorist. If you trust me, give me a hug": If a young girl on the street standing by such a placard doesn't bring a lump in your throat, we don't know what will. As a mark of extending an equal trust, she had blindfolded herself.
18-year-old Muna Adan insists she was carrying out a social experiment in Central London in the aftermath of a perception of rising anti-Muslim sentiments.
But the outpouring of love she received, Muna Adan told BuzzFeed News, was amazing. The experiment restored faith in humanity over religious bigotries.
"You always see negative stories about Muslims, so I wanted to do something about it," she added.
She's one of the many who have conducted such experiments in the past which have also broken the internet each time, initiating positive dialogue. It's nice to see the world is still united and undivided on religious prejudices, isn't it?