By the way, this Muslim reporter, Asra Nomani, is considered a “filthy infidel” by America-hating Muslims like Rashida Tlaib, Linda Sarsour, and the notorious thugs from designated terrorist group CAIR, who blocked her from entering Tlaib’s office. That’s because Nomani is a President Trump-supporting American Muslim immigrant patriot who is a founder of the Muslim Reform movement that is struggling to reinvent and modernize a religion that is based on supremacism, misogyny, violence, and bigotry.
This is what happened two days ago when she reached the Congressional offices of Democrat Muslim Rashida Tlaib, as she encounters Linda Sarsour as well as Nihad Awad and other familiar faces from CAIR, who tell her “You should burn in hell along with Israel.”
In🇺🇸today, I reported on CAIR & Linda Sarsour anti-Israel, anti-Semitic #IStandWithIlhan lobbying. CAIR reps & backers (♀yellow coat, tall♂) acted as bouncers to Rashida Tlaib's office, blocking me from entry, then taunting me. Done, they returned to their base: CAIR. pic.twitter.com/yrYDaimGLc
— Asra Q. Nomani, PI (@AsraNomani) March 7, 2019
Nomani, a Democrat, explains why she voted for Donald Trump.
Asra Quratulain Nomani (born 1965)was born in Bombay (now Mumbai), India to a Sunni Muslim Family. When she was four years old, she moved to the United States is an American author and professor who taught journalism at Georgetown University. She is co-director of the Pearl Project, a faculty-student, investigative-reporting project into the kidnapping and murder of her former colleague, The Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.
Nomani is a former The Wall Street Journal correspondent and has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, Slate, The American Prospect, and Time. She was a correspondent for Salon.com in Pakistan after 9/11, and her work appears in numerous other publications, including People, Sports Illustrated for Women, Cosmopolitan, and Women’s Health.
Nomani has argued in favor of government surveillance programs in the fight against Islamic terrorism, saying that society’s “sense of political correctness has kept us from sensible law-enforcement strategies that look at Muslims, mosques, and Islamic organizations.” She argues the Muslim community does not do a good job of policing itself and that public areas were “natural meeting spot for criminals.”
The leader of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, Zuhdi Jasser, agreed with Nomani’s argument that such spying tactics were warranted. Nomani has also argued in favor of “racial and religious profiling,” explaining that the “common denominator” of many terrorist with anti-American views is they are Muslim. She reiterated that “the Muslim community [has] failed to police [them]selves” and that such profiling on the basis of “religion, race and ethnicity” is a necessary “part of keeping our skies safe.”
In 2015 a group of Muslim activists, politicians, and writers issued a Declaration of Reform which, among other things, supports women’s rights and states in part, “We support equal rights for women, including equal rights to inheritance, witness, work, mobility, personal law, education, and employment. Men and women have equal rights in mosques, boards, leadership and all spheres of society. We reject sexism and misogyny.” The Declaration also announced the founding of the Muslim Reform Movementorganization to work against the beliefs of Middle Eastern terror groups. In 2015 Nomani and others placed the Declaration on the door of the Islamic Center of Washington.