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Jeff Bezos tweets his love for touching Amazon ad showing friendship between priest and imam

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos doesn’t tweet so much, however on Thursday he was moved to share a brand new tv industrial for Amazon Prime and reward the ad workforce behind the idea.

The ad, which was simply uploaded to YouTube, reveals two buddies getting collectively for a cup of tea. One of many males is a priest and the opposite is an imam. There is no such thing as a dialogue as the 2 males are proven hugging hey and chatting. After a while, each males battle to face from a seated place and then they hug goodbye.

Moments later, the boys are each on their telephones utilizing Amazon to order presents for each other. Watch the ad to see what the presents had been and how the boys used them.

Love this TV industrial for Amazon Prime. Very pleased with our ad workforce. https://t.co/E8ceXs4nte

— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) November 17, 2016

The expression of interfaith friendship is clearly meant to strike a nerve, as folks in the US grapple with problems with intolerance and division particularly in relation to faith and Muslims and their place within the nation within the wake of Donald Trump’s presidential victory. Trump campaigned on a promise to require a nationwide registry for Muslim immigrants.

The Irish Independent newspaper reported that the ad, which can be showing within the U.Okay. and Germany, is about “selflessness and pondering of different folks,” in keeping with Amazon.

A spokesman for the Seattle-based retail big informed The Impartial: “Our casting displays this: the gentleman enjoying the vicar is a working towards vicar in London, the gentleman enjoying the imam is a religious Muslim and the principal of a Muslim college. We used an precise church and mosque for our scenes throughout the locations of worship.”

Bezos final tweeted every week in the past, when he offered his congratulations to Trump, saying he would give the president-elect his “most open thoughts” whereas wishing Trump “nice success in his service to the nation.”

Earlier on Thursday, Bezos additionally used Twitter to advertise “The Grand Tour,” an Amazon authentic motoring collection starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James Could.

Lengthy wait is over… Clarkson, Hammond, Could are again… #TheGrandTour premieres tonight in UK, US, DE, JP. And globally in Dec. pic.twitter.com/dfQjGGuDFW

— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) November 17, 2016

 

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