It’s shameful though that while I was gathering universal support against my oppression over a can a diet Coke, a few dozen of Shia innovators choose to get killed in Quetta. Another dozen or so decided to get killed in a Baghdad hotel while a few more deliberately came in the line of fire in Karachi and choose death. Over the years, they have made a habit of being killed and taking over the news, becoming a cause of disuniting the great Muslim Ummah. Thank the Lord Allah, no mainstream newspaper, magazine or celebrity figure came in support of them to water-down my oppression. They were not able to gain mainstream attention when a serious issue of privileged-Western-Muslim discrimination was a hot topic. All clicktivists and angry Muslims were working hard to get me a diet Coke. A few twitter handles and some Facebook profiles attempted to divide the Ummah speaking of a few hundred of Shia innovators killed using divisive and exclusivist hashtags like #ShiaGenocide but nobody listened to them. Brother Yasir Qadhi and my fellows at CAIR and other Muslim associations across the world continued to ignore and downplay the irrelevant massacre of Shias across the world, like I always do. We are one Ummah after all and if a Shia dies, it’s a Muslim dying, and they were never denied a diet Coke, were they?