Reported in International Business Times:
Dutch pranksters Sacha Harland and Alexander Spoor have proved that people might know of holy books like the Bible and Quran but most are not aware of their contents. The two have scored a YouTube hit where they ask people on the streets to give their views on some shocking verses in the Bible. However, the pranksters disguised the Bible under a fake cover of “The Holy Quran”.
“Muslims have been accused of following a faith that has no place in our Western culture. What about Christianity? A religion that has influenced our culture greatly,” says the pair in the video, who owns a YouTube channel called “Dit Is Normaal”.
The video that the pair named “The Holy Quran Experiment,” was posted on Friday and has since then crossed 2 million views. The highlighted verses that they describe as “shocking verses that are in great contrast with our western norms and values,” saw amazing reactions by the people. Stuff.co.nz.
Presentator: Sacha Harland
Producent: Alexander Spoor