Listen To This 10-Year-Old Muslim Boy Shut Down Adult Bigots
"Instead of making generalisations... get to know us, we're actually very good people."
On Thursday, 10-year-old Mohammed, from Bankstown in NSW, called in to Richard Glover's ABC radio show to share his thoughts on current affairs - and suggested the world could learn a thing or two from his playground.
Mohammed went on to say that non-Muslims should get to know Muslims, and not judge them on the actions of a few.
"I'd just like to say that I think non-Muslims are kinda making a generalisation about all of the Muslims from one or two Muslims, because like, instead of making generalisations, they should look at the facts, get to know us, and when you get to know us we're actually very good people."