Muslims ave been growing furious with Donald Trump so far throughout his presidency. However, he did something that might just break the camel’s back.

Donald Trump has officially broken a time-honored White House tradition. The president and the White House staff would customarily hold an Iftar dinner. This dinner is meant to signify the Muslims’ break while fasting during Ramadan.

This long-standing tradition first began during Bill Clinton’s presidency. It continued through the years and with the presidents following Clinton’s terms. Both the Bush and Obama administrations partook in the tradition.

This tradition has also previously been an opportunity to welcome prominent members of the Muslim American people.

However, President Trump has made the decision not to partake in this custom. According to Yahoo! News:

But Trump and first lady Melania simply issued a brief statement Saturday that offered “warm greetings” to Muslims celebrating Eid al-Fitr, which marks the close of Ramadan, Islam’s holy month of fasting. [The greeting read]:

On behalf of the American people, Melania and I send our warm greetings to Muslims as they celebrate Eidal-Fitr.

Muslims in the United States joined those around the world during the holy month of Ramadan to focus on acts of faith and charity.  Now, as they commemorate Eid with family and friends, they carry on the tradition of helping neighbors and breaking bread with people from all walks of life.

During this holiday, we are reminded of the importance of mercy, compassion, and goodwill.  With Muslims around the world, the United States renews our commitment to honor these values.

Eid Mubarak.

Trump’s decision to skip hosting the dinner comes after he released a controversial statement meant to mark the beginning of Ramadan. Many members of the Muslim community condemned the message, which largely focused on terrorism.

“This year, the holiday begins as the world mourns the innocent victims of barbaric terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom and Egypt, acts of depravity that are directly contrary to the spirit of Ramadan,” read a White House statement issued in May. “Such acts only steel our resolve to defeat the terrorists and their perverted ideology.”

Trump’s remarks starkly contrast with those by then-President Barack Obama during Ramadan last year. In June 2016, Obama and then-first lady Michelle announced plans to host an Eid celebration in the White House and praised American Muslims for their contributions to the U.S.

“Muslim Americans have been part of our American family since its founding,” the Obamas wrote in a statement roughly five times longer than Trump’s Ramadan message. “We look forward to welcoming Americans from around the country to celebrate the holiday.”

Secretary of states have also traditionally hosted Iftar dinners since 1999 ― but not this year. Trump’s top diplomat, Rex Tillerson, declined an invitation this year from the State Department’s Office of Religion and Global Affairs to host an Eid al-Fitr celebration, according to CNN.

Donald Trump may be in hot water for choosing not to partake in the Iftar commemorative dinner. By doing so he has withdrawn from an opportunity to reach out to the Muslim people. This choice can be damaging to his relationship with Muslims, especially due to the affects of Trump’s travel ban.

The Muslim community has also taken notice of Trump’s decision. One such person in particular is Imam Talib Shareef, president of the Nation’s Mosque. Shareef felt that Trump’s behavior was “disappointing” and that it “didn’t send a good message.”

Time will reveal how Trumps’s current and future actions will affect his relationship with the Muslim people.