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A photo of a white mother holding her baby while a Muslim family smiled back at the child has gone viral for what people claim to be a representation of what makes America great. Wow, the bar is low.' Over the past few months, images praising diversity and openness between different religions and races have gone viral.President Donald Trump has twice ordered a ban on Syrians entering the country, and has said in the past he would send back those refugees already located here. There has been a reported uptick in hate crimes, including Jewish cemeteries that have been vandalized in New York and Philadelphia, and mosques that have been reported vandalized across the country.But the reaction online to the photo restored a sense of harmony for many.'This gives me JOY! 'Now that's the kind of America I would like to live in,' wrote David Lockley. It checks out,' said Janie Jones.'Such a NY way of life.The photo was taken on a New York City subway car on July 2Mac Knight took the picture while she was riding the C train and the tweet has been shared more than 18,000 times and liked more than 69,000 times on Twitter. Happy 4th of July, y'all', followed by two heart emojis. In April, a similar moment was captured on a New York City subway car.Many Twitter users quickly took to the social media platform to celebrate the moment, saying they were proud to be American because of moments like this that welcomes diversity. A Taoist shared a heartwarming photo of a Hasidic couple scooting over on a subway train so they could make room for a Muslim mother feeding her baby.