posted on Apr, 5 2017 @ 11:55 AM
If he won he would be bring ideology not religion to the forefront. It is not the person as a Muslim that is worrisome to me it is the rules that are
associated with following that Doctrine.
An Example of religious hypocrisy in the US right now.
if running people will also say that A Christian Right governor will want to try to stop abortions, bring prayer back to schools and want kids to
follow the teachings of the bible. When this is presented it is a 'defense' that can be used in the MSM as well as by other candidates. It is
acceptable even though in the bible you are only supposed to live by 10 commandments. The rest is interpretation. To be 'religious' in this sense one
simply has to believe in god. There is no repercussion if not from anyone else in the world.
In Islam, they must follow Doctrine. So, would it be ok to say he will have people beheaded, there will be daily call to Prayer in schools and women
will need to be covered? head to toe? Yes, but it would be considered, in this day and age xenophobic and racist to disagree even though the two terms
do NOT apply. However, someone who follows Islam must follow ALL of the teachings and ideology or they are not a true Muslim. This is not disputable
I thought Hillary was going to choose Ellison instead of the tool she chose.
Oh, and Obama was only well spoken in front of a teleprompter....
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