Rabat - The Jalal brothers have produced another “prank” video, yet this time they have raised their terror tactics to a whole new level sparking fear and outrage.
Rabat – The Jalal brothers have produced another “prank” video, yet this time they have raised their terror tactics to a whole new level sparking fear and outrage.
Yesterday, the Jalal brothers uploaded a new video to their YouTube channel in which a man dressed as an Arab points a gun at point blank range at a victim pleading for his life and “shoots” him in broad daylight in the street.
In three different scenarios, the “shooter” awaits the moment when a passerby approaches in order to act out the scene.
The young men who are “pranked” in the 23-second video, immediately run for their lives in fear, jumping hurdles to get away from the supposed shooter.
The video, shot in the streets of Australia, has once again gone viral garnering more than 200,000 views in less than a day.
The three Australian brothers stirred uproar with their “Public Bomb Scare” video a few days ago, provoking all kinds of reactions around the world.
Unlike the bomb scare video, which many thought was funny although it played on dangerous stereotypes, most of the comments posted about the public shooting prank video have provoked disgust and revulsion against the Jalals.
“I don’t care where are you from how can this funny to you or anyone, this is stupid and people who make this kind of video with bombing and shooting sh** are mentally retarded, think of Paris, this of Syria, this isn’t a joke there, that happens daily in Syria,” someone commented on YouTube.
One person who felt that playing on stereotypes and dishonoring entire communities is wrong, left a thought-provoking comment in which the roles were reversed:
“Now Imagine people dressed up as U.S. marines doing a similar prank in a country such as… Oh let’s say Iraq and they go round shooting Iraqi civilians indiscriminately; and committing crimes against humanity, how funny would that be?,” he said expressing outrage at the video shaming Arabs and Muslims.
“What would they do if someone shot them in self-defense or in defense of others? Would it spark a nationwide wave of hate on guns or Muslims? Hmm,” another commenter said.