Minnesota Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has reacted via Twitter to what might happen if her Muslim family behaved the same way after seeing a video of Christians on a plane singing spiritual songs.
“I think my family and I should have a prayer session next time I am on a plane,” she tweeted alongside the video.
“How do you think it will end?”
The context of the social media video making the rounds on Easter Sunday is unclear.
In it, a man with a guitar is joined by numerous passengers in a singalong.
There were reports that the original video was shot by Jack Jensz Jr., who leads a group called Kingdom Realm Ministries.
The original posting appears to have been deleted.
It’s unclear if the plane was privately chartered or if some passengers on board were a captive audience.
Jensz’s Facebook timeline indicates his group is in Europe seemingly supporting Ukrainian refugees.
The video seemed to have posted roughly a week ago. It may be from that trip.
The video is captioned “Worshipping Jesus 30,000 feet in the air.”