We’ve had some interesting calls for solidarity with the New Zealand shootings so far.
Islamist activists with the SJP hate group demanded that Chelsea Clinton show solidarity by supporting Rep. Omar’s anti-Semitism. Was that the most shameless solidarity stunt yet?
Bella Rabinowitz at Militant Islam Monitor notes a worse one yet from ISNA.
To take action in your communities today and beyond, we encourage: Our fellow Muslims to continue attending prayers at the mosque. For our brothers and sisters from other faiths who wish to stand with us in solidarity, show up to Friday Prayers today and onward. Listen & learn.
Showing up to Friday might be a call to stand, or sit, in solidarity. Showing up specifically to prayers “today and onward” along with an urge to “listen and learn” suggests not solidarity, but religious proselytization.
You don’t invite to keep coming every week to another religion’s house of worship. Not unless you’re asking them to convert.
Does ISNA’s past bear out such an agenda?
ISNA co-founder Muzammil Siddiqi wrote, “We must not forget that Allah’s rules have to be established in all lands, and all our efforts should lead to that direction.”