Muslims in the United States on Sunday took to the Dallas Fort Worth airport to protest Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily barring Muslims from seven countries from entering the United States. The protest was going on normally and then there was a loud call to prayer, following which a group of Muslim men converted the baggage claim area to their prayer ground.
Some were against this move by the Muslims, pointing out that no Muslim nation will allow Christians or Jews to take over their airport in this way. While a few others felt it was a necessary move as long as it was kept peaceful.
A day before, a similar, less peaceful protest was held to demand the release of detainees who were held in accordance with Trump's executive order. See video of the protest below...
Muslims take time away from protest to pray at DFW airport. #MuslimBan#MuslimBanprotest @ldelucaDMN pic.twitter.com/vJboEDYNuW
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