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A man stands blindfolded in front of the Kamppi shopping centre in Helsinki. Below him he has two signs that say:
‘Muslim! I trust you’
‘I am a white Finnish man. If you trust me, hug me!’
He spreads his arms and starts waiting for hugs.
[toggler title=”Read the ending as translated into English” ]After removing his blindfold, the man says that he was moved to tears when a little girl came and hugged him.
“This was powerful. I thought I wouldn’t receive a single hug.”
The video is a social experiment by YLEs video service, Kioski.[/toggler]