She’s Jewish. Her BFF is Muslim. And their costumes just won Halloween

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Final 12 months, extremely greatest pals Casey Pearlman and Yasmin Idris have been chatting about what their two religions have in popular for the duration of a car ride.

Casey is Jewish, and Yasmin is Muslim, and a impressive new phrase was born: Juslim.

The time period — coined by Casey’s father, Jeff — was a greatest descriptor for any thoughts or values that the two faiths share.
juslimsThe term — coined by Casey’s dad, Jeff — was a perfect descriptor for any ideas or values that the two faiths share.

Yasmin Idris (left) and Casey Pearlman (right). Photo courtesy of Catherine Pearlman, used with permission.
Fast forward to Halloween 2016, and the two 13-year-olds from California may have just won the holiday by turning the term into an original costume creation.

Internet, meet the Juslims: an intolerance-fighting superhero team for the ages.
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“The delightful issue about their costume is that it was thoughtless,” Casey’s mother, Catherine, claimed. “It was so genuine to the nature of who they are and their friendship.”

Jeff shared a image of his daughter and Yasmin as the Juslims on-line.

“My daughter is Jewish. Her extremely greatest pal is Muslim. For Halloween they established a superhero group: The Juslims. I’ve not usually been further extremely pleased. Genuinely.”