Literally no one said reverts or white people aren't welcome to Islam. We said Islam is for everyone and it's our job to welcome you with open arms. However becoming Muslim doesn't make you entitled to other cultures. I already clarified that if it's an Islam related cultural practice it's okay but if it's something cultural that is unrelated to Islam then becoming Muslim doesn't give you entitlement to it unless you were invited to partake in it. No one said you can't become a Muslim.
I never said you said we shouldn’t be Muslim. However can you see how your post could be twisted? I mean what you see as appropriation maybe different from someone else’s opinion. For example an Arab guy see’s me in a thobe and accuses me of appropriation, or see’s me eating Arab food.
Let us not forget that Allah (swt) said “I have divided you into tribes so that you may get to know one another”, let us not forget that its not only white people that can appropriate either. For example Syrian companies that make Palestinian Keffiyehs and none of the profit goes to Palestine.
You went out of your way to marginalise white Muslims. Taking no consideration to others who can appropriate too, which to me is a direct attack on white Muslims. Do you not think we have enough problems with this Ummah without people accusing other Muslims of appropriation.
Final point, what are we supposed to be appropriating? I have never in my nearly 7 years of being a Muslim met a white revert do something out of Islamic culture. Some wear Keffiyehs like myself, and I wear it because I am in solidarity with Palestine (with the support of many of my Palestinian brothers and sisters) it also seconds as a great mobile prayer mat. Apart from that I cannot think of anything that could be considered as appropriation