A viral video of a woman who is being bullied for wearing a hijab in a public space has sparked a debate in Canada.
The video has since been viewed more than 300,000 times on YouTube.
Its creator, Malia Obama, has called the video a way to “tell our stories in a way that doesn’t feel like a big deal”.
It’s been viewed in more than 100 countries, including Australia, Australia, Germany, Norway, the UK and Turkey.
It has received more than 4.5 million views since it was posted on Tuesday.
According to the Pew Research Center, more than three million people have viewed the video since it went viral on Thursday.
“I wanted to show our country that we are still a melting pot and that we still have the ability to be proud of who we are,” Ms Obama said.
A video has been shared more than 1.5m times on Facebook and Twitter in the last 24 hours.
Many people have also retweeted it, with many people sharing it to show their support for Ms Obama.
Ms Obama has also been contacted by the Prime Minister, the leader of the United States, the President of the UK, and several other world leaders.
Her message to them is to be tolerant and to be aware of the many ways that we can be.
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