Meet Gaza's 12-year-old 'Spiderman' whose acrobatic skills are too good to be real

While our dream of chanellising our inherent superhero powers is far getting a literal translation, Palestine's 12-year-old Spiderman boy wants to enter his name in the coveted Guinness Book of World Records--one back flip and body twist at a time.

While our dream of chanellising our inherent superhero powers is far getting a literal translation, Palestine's 12-year-old Spiderman boy wants to enter his name in the coveted Guinness Book of World Records--one back flip and body twist at a time.

A former contestant on Arabs Got Talent, Mohammed al-Sheikh is a known name in Palestine--owing to his unbelievable acrobatics skills and dexterity.

All of 4 feet and 6 inches in height, Mohammed is reportedly "so good at twisting his body he can walk while his legs are bent all the way behind his head."

With the entire world in the know of the atrocities unleashed during the 2014 war between Gaza and Israel--Mohammed's skills on Arabs Got Talent made their mark and helped him garner attention for all the right reasons--with his body-bending act receiving almost 14 million votes, a  report in Daily Mail UK states. 

But there's more to this story than acrobatic skills and fame. 

Aware of the Gaza blockade, the little boy hopes to travel the world and serve his skills on a global platter someday. 

"Many Arabs and people across the world support me by clicking 'Like' on my videos on Facebook, and it makes me sad not being able to meet and interact with the world because of the blockade," Daily Mail UK quotes Mohammed saying. 

"I'm in the air and there is no blockade," he says about the feeling of being free.