Breaking: The #illridewithyou is being used this morning as Australians offer solidarity to Muslims who may feel unsafe riding public transportation in traditional or religious clothing. Australians are offering solidarity with Muslims after a siege at a Sydney cafe this morning where hostages were taken. During the siege a black flag with Arabic writing was held up in the cafe window. Residents became concerned about the safety of their fellow Australians who might be wearing traditional or religious Muslim garb on public transport. One woman, after noticing a fellow traveler silently remove her hijab, told her to put it back on, and said “I’ll walk with you.” After hearing about this on Twitter user Tessa Kum offered to ride with anyone in religious attire who didn’t feel safe and started #illridewithyou. Since then the hashtag has grown with many other Twitter users chiming in to show their support. The seige ended when the cafe was stormed by police officers. At this time it is unclear how many were wounded. Click here for updates.