A new video sweeping the Middle East is going viral for all the right reasons.
The ad that was launched for Ramadan by Kuwaiti telecom company Zain carries a strong anti-terror message, CNN reported.
“Worship your God with love, with love, not terror,” famous Emirati star Hussain Al Jassmi sings. “Be tender in your faith, not harsh.”
The video shows a suicide bomber being haunted by victims of terror attacks. At one point, a child portraying the image of the little shell-shocked Syrian boy who made headlines with his stunning image makes an appearance, as does other children.
“You’ve filled the cemeteries with our children and emptied our school desks,” a girl said.
The video also highlights the aftermath of several terror attacks and survivors who challenge the terrorist’s ideology. An actress portraying a bride who was the victim of an attack in Jordan on her wedding day in 2005 is also featured throughout the ad, CNN reported.
“Let’s bomb, let’s bomb, let’s bomb violence with mercy… let’s bomb extremism for a better life,” Al Jassmi sings to the terrorist as he extends his hand.
The ad was released on Saturday and has already reached over 2.4 million views.
The groundbreaking video comes on the heels of President Trump’s historic Middle East trip, where he boldly challenged Muslim leaders about radical Islamic terror.
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