Hussain Al Jassmi a True Muslim Hero
In the west governments and the media are excessively sensitive about speaking out against Muslim terrorists, but many Muslims are not so afraid to tackle the problem, Hussain Al Jassmi is one of those brave Muslims that is tired of terrorism and the perversion of the religion.
A 2005 wedding bombing in Amman, Jordan, which killed at least 60, is featured in the video.
A group of people – students, teachers, people at the wedding, and bus passengers – then approach the terrified suicide bomber, asking him to “worship your God with love. With love, not terror.”
A video in Arabic calling for the worship of Allah “with love, not terror” has gone viral on YouTube, with over two million views in four days. Released at the start of Ramadan, it slams terrorists for “filling cemeteries with children.”
The video, featuring Hussain Al Jassmi, an Arabic-language singer from the United Arab Emirates, was released on YouTube by Kuwaiti mobile telecommunications company Zain on Friday.
The release coincided with the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which started on May 26 this year.
The video starts with impassioned lines from a child who addresses terrorists: “I will tell God everything. That you’ve filled the cemeteries with our children and emptied our school desks…”
As the child speaks, the video shows a man preparing a suicide-belt.
The person then enters a bus which he is apparently planning to bomb, but is confronted by the people on board, including a man holding a child, saying that Allah “is the creator of life,” while terrorists bring death.
The video then shows a young boy who resembles the ash-covered child in Aleppo, whose image went viral across the globe in August 2016.
Several attacks carried out by either Al-Qaeda or Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in recent years are mentioned in the clip, including a 2015 Kuwait mosque bombing that killed at least 27 people, and the 2016 Karrada bombing in Bagdad which resulted in over 300 deaths.