In an spectacular example of communal harmony, American sports writer Jeff Pearlman posted on social media platform twitter about his daughter and her Muslim best friend. In his tweet, the sports writer proudly shared that for the upcoming Halloween her Jewish daughter and her Muslim best pal had created asuperhero team called ‘The Juslims’.
The tweet qickly got viral, with over 48,000 retweets and over 90,000 likes.
My daughter is Jewish. Her best pal is Muslim. For Halloween they created a superhero team: The Juslims. I’ve rarely been more proud. Truly. pic.twitter.com/zqPCCwzshR
— jeffpearlman (@jeffpearlman) October 30, 2016
Here is how twitter reacted:
Maybe humanity has a chance after all.
HT @RowGirlVT https://t.co/rDXpg9pUIU
— Nato (Nate Orshan) (@Winooski) October 31, 2016
Nizar Bekai @Nizzzar
As a Muslim man, this gave me all the chills. You, sir, and this Muslim girls’ parents are truly remarkable people
Catherine Pearlman @thefamilycoach
Jewish & Muslim girls make combined superhero, Juslims How the next generation will change the world @jeffpearlman
The Juslims is my new favorite super hero story https://t.co/81Q2qsyAfk
— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) October 30, 2016
Ade Ferro @adeferr
Your tweet just made my day. Tell them that I am going to show this to my son and his friends. I AM PROUD OF THEM!!! #humanity
Patty McLeod @PattyMC22
Our kids have a lot to teach us! What wonderful young ladies!! Hope they have a great Halloween! #juslims @jeffpearlman
This is how society should be. Retweet if you think so. Muslims/Jews / all communities can and must value each other https://t.co/erEiz8Awgu
— TellMAMAUK (@TellMamaUK) October 30, 2016
sara baker-carraway @Yay_Its_Sara
Q: how do you make America great again?
A: these kids.
Derek St. John @Dieter117
More proof that we’re not born with prejudice–we are taught it by adults.