America is more divided than any other time in recent history. People are quick to apply labels and demonize others, usually motivated by a political agenda.
But when an evil as vicious and dangerous as ISIS appears and starts taking over large swaths of land, suddenly there’s less time to bicker over things like micro-aggressions and other perceived injustices.
We could learn a valuable lesson by what’s going on in the Middle East right now – they’re showing us how this unity thing is done.
Here’s a scene from Iraqi Kurdistan, where a Yazidi, Christian and Muslim cleric were filmed praying for the safety and success of the Peshmerga prior to going into battle.
This is how it’s done, people. This is the kind of thing that needs to be shared in this hyper-sensitive, hyper-divided country. Check it out and share it:
In #Kurdistan: #Yazidi, #Christian & #Muslim priests pray for Kurdistan & the Kurdish #Peshmerga forces.#Tolerance #Freedom #TwitterKurds pic.twitter.com/ESll9moX9G
— Polla Garmiany (@PollaGarmiany) December 3, 2016