Muslims running for office should be considered “traitors” to America. NOT because they have committed a treasonous act (yet), it is because their religion – Islam – does not allow loyalty to a sovereign nation or to put the good of the country they live in ahead of their religious goals. Virtually every Muslim in America is loyal to Islam first, not America. They will only do what is good for Muslims, either in the short term or long term. And never forget, most of them, if not all, are being funded directly or indirectly, by the Muslim Brotherhood.
What can you do about it? Copy this list. If a Muslim is running for office in your area or your state, get out there and inform your friends and neighbors via phone, social media, distribution of flyers, or anything else you can think of to wake them up to the threat that could be swept into office, especially if there is a large number of Muslims in the area.
You might even consider running against the Muslim, yourself, or recruiting someone you know to run. At the very least, you must support the Muslim’s opponent, NO MATTER WHICH PARTY he/she represents. Any Muslim running as a Republican is doing so as a way to deceive.
The exception is a real ex-Muslim. Anyone with the courage to leave Islam and be public about it, would not be inclined to deceive you. But make sure the person really is an ex-Muslim and not just saying he/she is. Remember, “deception” directed at non-Muslims is not only allowed under Islam, it is actually recommended in the quran.
We’ve all seen the trouble and animosity the two new female Congressmuslims have stirred up in this country in just a few short months. Not to mention what the closeted Muslim did to this country as the previous president. Imagine what happens when even more are elected to office, some perhaps where you live.
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HERE’S THE LIST
Movita Johnson-Harrell is a Democratic candidate for Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 190, in the general special election on March 12, 2019. Read more about Johnson-Harrell here. – UPDATE: Movita Johnson-Harrell was elected to Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
Ali Saleh is a Democratic candidate for California State Senate in District 33. Saleh is running in the primary special election on March 26, 2019. Read more about Saleh here. UPDATE: Ali Saleh was defeated in the primary election.
Ammar Campa-Najjar is a Democratic candidate for Congress in California’s 50th District, for the 2020 election. Campa-Najjar claims he is not muslim but his grandfather was a muslim terrorist, therefore I thought he should be added to this list. Read more about Campa-Najjar here.
Dr. Mohammad “MoDar” Dar is a Democratic candidate for U.S. House of Representatives in Massachusetts, District 8, in the 2020 election. Read more about Dar here. UPDATE: Mohammad Dar has dropped out of the race.
Altaf Ahmed is a Democratic candidate for Broward County Commission District 1, in the 2020 election.
Nabila Mansoor is a candidate for Sugar Land City Council, District 2 in Texas. The General Election is on May 4, 2019. UPDATE: Nabila Mansoor will face Naushad Kermally in the runoff election on June 8th 2019.
Naushad Kermally is a candidate for Sugar Land City Council, District 2 in Texas. The Election is on May 4th 2019. UPDATE: Naushad Kermally will face Nabila Mansoor in the runoff election on June 8th 2019.
Mohammad Usman Aijaz is a candidate for Sugar Land City Council, District 1 in Texas. The General Election is on May 4, 2019. UPDATE: Aijaz was defeated on May 4th.
Abrar Omeish is a candidate for Fairfax County School Board in Virginia.
Omar Sabir is a candidate for Philadelphia City Commissioner in Pennsylvania. The primary election is on May 21, 2019.
Ibrahim Moiz is a Democratic candidate for the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Virginia.
Khurrum Wahid is a candidate for Coral Springs City Commission, seat 2, in Florida. Wahid is the the founder of Emgage (originally named EmergeUSA), an organization that promotes Muslim candidates running for office that got its start raising funds for the election of former congressman Keith Ellison. Before creating Emgage, Wahid served as legal adviser for the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and as director of CAIR Florida. CAIR was subsequently labeled a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates.
Mahmoud Mahmoud is a candidate for the New Jersey General Assembly, District 32. The primary election is on June 4, 2019.
Hassan Ahmad is a progressive Democrat running for the Virginia House of Delegates, District 87. The election is on June 11th 2019.
Adil Syed Ahmed is a progressive candidate for Commissioner in West New York, NJ. The election is on May 14th 2019.
Sri Preston Kulkarni is a Democratic candidate for Congress in Texas, District 22, in the 2020 Election.
Ghazala Hashmi is a Democratic candidate for Virginia State Senate, District 10. The primary election is on June 11th 2019.
Awais Qazi is a Democratic candidate for New Jersey General Assembly, District 29. The primary election is on June 4th 2019.
Zulfat Suara is a candidate for Nashville Metro Council at Large. The election is August 1, 2019.
Shahid Buttar is a candidate for Congress in California, District 12.
Note* This article will be updated as more candidates file to run. (90 Muslims ran in 2018)