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These seemed egregious affronts at the time, but are downright trivial compared to the life-threatening attacks they have been emboldened to attempt this year.
If there is a silver lining here, it is that this event (if it gets the press it deserves, which is so far doubtful) will serve to highlight in stark relief just how different the branches of Islam are, and how far removed from terrorists most Muslims are.
Many Americans attending this year, unfortunately, will have an incredibly different experience.
The details of this year’s horrific Hajj violence are still, slowly, being revealed.
Though by most estimates the numbers of Jews in the United States is lower than that of Muslims, the acceptance and knowledge of Jewish traditions and holidays is much better permeated into the American psyche than that of Muslims.
For instance, schools are often closed for “staff development days,” which happen to fall on the major Jewish holidays Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and city sponsored banners advertise good wishes for Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish new year).
We, the Muslim Ummah, have nothing in common with these barbarians, who would attack Hajjis in Mecca, and threaten cannibalism and rape.
Though this is one of the most important nights of the year for Muslims, and Islam is (by some accounts) America’s second largest religion, this fact will likely go completely unnoticed by most of the American population.However, these latest acts of terrorism brazenly flaunt even the most basic traditions of Islam and of the Prophet (SA) himself, leaving no doubt as to their true allegiance (or more accurately, lack thereof).Through their overreach, these Salafis have effectively surrendered their Muslim identity completely.It is perhaps best known because of its adherence by Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Osama Bin Laden.It is based on a purely historical approach to religion, with wistful longings of yesteryear and absolute disavowance of any progression in thought or action, combined with an “ends justifies the means” approach to halt such progression.
In 2008, my wife and I had the opportunity to perform our pilgrimage of Hajj.