At CAIR’s 25th Anniversary fundraiser last weekend in Washington DC, Awad said, “So I’m telling you tonight we are going to work in the next years, Inshallah (God willing], to elect at least 30 Muslims for the U.S. Congress,” he said. “This number is equivalent to our size and our potential as American Muslims, including at least two U.S. senator Muslims.”
IPT Problem is, his math is a little off as it is in his false claims that there are 8 million Muslims in America.
Thirty additional Muslim members of the U.S. House and Senate would constitute 5.6 percent of Congress. But that’s better than double the anticipated Muslim American population in Awad’s timeframe. According to the most recent Pew research data, there will be about 8 million American Muslims in 2050, or 2.1 percent of the total United States population.
Even worse, Awad also envisioned Muslim federal judges, and a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court. He urged younger Muslims to “study the fields of communications, law, film making. Yes, we need our own
Hollywood Pallywood production studio.”
Awad’s ambitions echo the Muslim supremacist language from CAIR co-founder Omar Ahmad. “Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant,” Ahmad told a 1998 audience in California.