Three Muslim teenagers recently gave New Yorkers a chance to meet a Muslim person in order to spread "peace, love and unity"in New York's Union Square (video below).
According to their YouTube page, the teens are Abdullah Ghuman, Sheikh Akbar and Adam Saleh. Their YouTube handle is ASATrueStory.
Most New Yorkers, adults and children, were very friendly, often posing for pictures with the teens and their "Meet A Muslim Person" sign, reports the Daily Mail.
Some Muslims greeted the teens with "As-salam alaykum," which means "peace be upon you."
However, an unidentified man walked by and said: "I've killed them when I was in the army. I don't need to meet them."
After the cameraman followed the man for a few steps and asked what he said, the veteran added: "F*ck off."
The cameraman then called the man a "racist pr*ck."
The incident happens towards the end of the video, which has been watched more than 300,000 times.
Source: Daily Mail