And are still waiting for a response:
"I've called her office three times," said Khalilah Sabra, executive director of the state chapter of the Muslim American Society's immigrant justice project. "We'd like to know where she stands and what her intentions are with regard to the Muslim community."
Mohammad Elgamal, chairman of the group's executive committee, said he wrote Ellmers shortly after the mosque TV ad aired. He never heard back. But he's not yet discouraged. "I know people say things in the campaign, but they don't mean it," Elgamal said. "Personally, I'm willing to work with her."
Either she meant it and you're "the enemy", or she didn't mean it but said it anyway, which means you can't trust her. You're screwed either way, pal.