To bake a cake with DD and take it to the mosque?
PixiePopPops · 19/06/2017 08:56
I know it's a tiny gesture in the grand scheme of things. But I thought maybe baking a cake for the worshippers to eat when they break their fast tonight might be a nice idea? We live a couple of minutes away.
It's just, in other terrorist attacks, there is an immediate outpouring of love and support. Athough it's early, there seems to be a lot less today. Coupled with the biased media reporting. Thought it might be a nice way of showing solidarity and love.
But are they going to be in mourning? Does it seem patronising? I'll absolutely accept if I am BU, please don't flame me.
Foxysoxy01 · 19/06/2017 09:01
I did wonder if there was anyway I could show my support but don't really know how.
I think it's quite sad how there was a massive outpouring of support and love over London/Manchester but it seems much more quiet after this monstrosity but maybe that's because the press are reporting it differently?
MrsPeelyWaly · 19/06/2017 09:08
Does everyone still think this is appropriate?
Yes, please go ahead. There will also be a female section in the Mosque and you may find that when you deliver the cake you'll be greeted by one of the women who attend the Mosque. You could maybe even write 'Ramadan Mubarak' on the box.
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