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Days after suicide attack on American singer Ariana Grande's concert, a young Muslim man took to streets of Manchester city asking people "to give him a hug if they trust him."
Blindfolded and carrying a placard saying "I'm Muslim and I trust you. Do you trust me enough for a hug?", Baktash Noori stood in Manchester city center leaving himself vulnerable and open.

He invited people on the street to take up his offer and show that, in the face of hate, Mancunians stick together. And to the surprise, passers-by reacted in incredibly emotional ways.

"You're not alone, kid. Don't think you're outside," a man stopped to tell Noori.
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