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No discrimination: Muslim pretends to be homeless in kafir UK – gets constant help

Muslim whine and moan that they are “discriminated” against. They file constant fake reports of racism and attacks to pad the crime figures. Here it shows it’s the complete opposite. Constant help and handouts. And in return, they hate and terrorise.

What he really wanted to show is how Muslims are treated “bad” in the UK, and to post that propaganda on youtube. Had he been a non-Muslim he would be sitting there for a long time.



Muslim video blogger wearing religious dress gets a ‘breathtaking’ response when he pretends to be homeless in London 

  • YouTuber Hstar Vlogs filmed people reacting to him as a homeless man
  • The experiment revealed the extraordinary kindness of some Londoners  
  • While wearing religious dress he sat behind a sign reading: ‘I am homeless’
  • He received a positive response with people offering food and assistance
  • He was forced to break character when one kind woman offered him £50  

A Muslim blogger in religious dress receives ‘breathtaking’ gestures of kindness when he acts as a homeless man, in this captivating video.

Clutching a cardboard sign with just the words ‘I’m homeless’ written on it, blogger Hassan Saleemi films himself sat down in London’s Leicester square during the social experiment.

While he is ignored by many people passing by some stop to ask him if he is alright and he is soon approached by one man who offers him food.

Youtuber Hassan Saleemi  (pictured) pretended to be homeless on the streets of London while wearing traditional dress  to get the reactions of people passing

Some people ignored the blogger (pictured)

The experiment garnered an overwhelmingly positive response with people offering him food and assistance (pictured)

The Middlesex University graduate (pictured right) said the experiment was to see ' if the humanity still existed in the world'

Three girl’s then come up to check on the Londoner. Amazingly, one then offers him a £50 note.

This forces the 23-year-old blogger to break character to turn down the money.

Speaking to MailOnline the Middlesex University graduate said: ‘I was born and bred in London and I have never experienced some of the negativity you see and here about.

‘As a Muslim I wanted to show that there are people out there who want to help and it doesn’t matter if you are homeless, Muslim or anything.

‘When the three girl’s approached me and asked if I was OK and one of the girls offered me a £50 note it was a feeling I could not explain.

‘To be honest I had to let them this was a social media experiment. After the kind gesture I just had to let them know.’

One woman is even seen offering the 'homeless' man £50 (pictured). He said, 'after the kind gesture I just had to let them know it was an experiment' 

The video was posted on YouTube channel Hstar Vlogs on Friday.

Mr Saleemi, whose family are from Pakistan, has been making videos for about a year, but this was his first social experiment.

He said: ‘I was only out for about an hour and in that time about 15 to 20 people acknowledged me or came up to me.

‘This is the first video I have done that has got a reaction like this.’

10 thoughts on “No discrimination: Muslim pretends to be homeless in kafir UK – gets constant help

  1. Are there any Muslim charities? I have never heard of any, all charities are from Western Countries and that is due to the Christian aspect of these societies, there is no charity in Islam.


  2. There aren’t that many trades practiced in the Muslim world. Pirate, kidnapper, pimp, artifact looter, largesse recipient. We all have to contribute the best we can in this happy human family!!


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