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Sami Mukahhal – Used a Trivia to Spread Kindness During Ramadan

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In the last few years, vlogs and social media have become much more popular as platforms for promoting products and services. It also helps to promote the ideas and thoughts of a person on a large scale. Covid-19 has changed social media interactions and a growing tribe of creators is keeping up — with relatable content, language-agnostic, and more authentic. 

People now come up with creative and innovative content to promote their ideas and attract more people. Giveaways and gift hampers for their audiences are offered by the influencers to engage the people in their content. 

During Ramadan, the holy and fasting month of Muslims, which arrived when the world was suffering from the pandemic, many campaigns were launched, meals were distributed to the underprivileged, and prayers were offered to spread peace and happiness. 

Sami Mukahhal, one such social media influencer from Lebanon who is highly engaging and very inspiring, came up with the idea to return the favor by doing charitable work during the holy month of Ramadan.

The giveaway-

On April 15th, 2021, Sami hosted a Ramadan giveaway on his Instagram page.

To win, you had to answer the following trivia question-

“In the Quran, Yusuf (AS) kept dealing with something. It is something we all deal with every single day. What is it?”

The answer to the trivia was: Prophet Yusuf (AS) kept dealing with different personalities, something we all deal with every day.

Over 3,500 people answered the trivia question by posting their answers to the video, which received almost 128,000 views.

The announcement stated that three (3) winners would each receive $200 each.

On April 21, 2021, three winners of the trivia were announced, and they received their prizes and rewards.

Sami’s service to the community was appreciated and loved by many people as they were attracted and impressed by the tricky question he asked for the giveaway.

Happiness in the modern world-

In today’s society, many people believe that they should be able to do whatever they want. They think that in the quest for happiness and tranquillity. For people who indulge in these gratifications, there should be no law, stigma, or negative emotions. Complete freedom, it is believed, will bring peace and happiness. Happiness is a contagious phenomenon, according to scientific studies, has been rather limited in its dissemination among people. Despite this, studies show that people can experience joy and happiness in communities, office buildings, and neighborhoods.

Sami Mukahhal’s view on spreading positivity- 

Sami Mukahhal is a firm believer in instilling optimism and harmony in the world. He believes in the adage, “We all speak the same language when we smile.” He feels that one of the most valuable gifts a person can give is to spread optimism and make people smile.

Mukahhal works as a cyber security consultant and has a sizable Instagram following of 161,000 people, the majority of whom are Lebanese. His followers are a reflection of his recent rise in fame and notoriety. The most remarkable thing about him is his ability to make people laugh regardless of what is going on at the time. His mission in life has always been to share his gift of laughter, and he takes that job quite seriously. 


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