2020 Jihad Election
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Now, I titled this show 2020 Jihad Election. It's pretty clear where I'm going with it, but before I get to the exact details of what's happening with jihad and the election. Let me start here. I feel I need to give my deepest condolences, not just for myself, but everybody here at ATP, to Samuel Patty's family and loved ones.
For those of you who may not know who he is, he was a 47 year old professor of history and geography at a middle school in a suburb of Paris who was recently killed, beheaded, because he decided to mention and bring up Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. The Prophet of Islam. Sadly, and tragically he was killed, he was murdered. I'm pretty sure it's a huge step for the authorities in France who are calling it an Islamist attack, terror attack.
That's a good step, but I'm still waiting for CAIR, let's say, or any other Islamic Center, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Keith Ellison or any moderate Muslim out there to come out and at least send their condolences to Samuel's family, his loved ones and to his students who are left behind to live with the terrifying fact that they lost someone who they loved, looked up to or adored just simply because he was teaching about freedom of speech.
The very thing that does not exist under Sharia and amazingly, many practicing Muslims are abusing it to further their own agenda. We will have a more detailed program on this specific tragedy with Danielle Greenfield next week on ATP Radio so if you want to hear more about it, make sure to tune into that program.
But for today, I just wanted to bring this up, that another innocent life was taken in the name of Allah, the peaceful and merciful God of Islam. Now, I'm going to go ahead and start on why I said people like CAIR, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, Keith Ellison and many others, I'm waiting, not that I'm holding my breath because I don't have a death wish, but I'm waiting for one of them to come out and explain this tragedy.
Because one thing, a lot of people, and don't get me wrong, I understand this election has been very, very hectic. It has been very terrifying. It has been scary. It has been filled with lies and censorship. A lot of families are falling apart over a simple election.
Unfortunately, nothing about this election is simple anymore. On top of Republican versus Democrats, good versus bad, Right versus Left and right versus wrong, there's a very, very important corner, as I like to call it, that is being completely overlooked. That is the fact that a lot of practicing Muslims who are pro-Sharia, anti-Israel, and anti-American are running for office. One of the reasons they're going further and further is the fact that nobody is talking about it.
As I said, because we're all very busy talking about how Biden said this and Trump said that, and all that good stuff which is all important. Again, I would like to make sure that you understand I'm not saying those aren't important topics. What I'm saying is it is equally important to talk about those who are running for office in the United States of America, who do not stand for our Constitution. Nor do they have any respect for our American values. So, I figure today I'm going to go over some of those names that are not the best option for American people.
Of course, I don't have too much time on this radio show, so I'm not going to tell you all about every single one of them. They all deserve a full day of programing, trust me, but I will mention some of them.
You can definitely go ahead and study further and find out more about them yourself or as I said, you can join the chatroom, call in and ask questions about them. Let me start with this. Which I think is very interesting and I have it as number one on my list, and I'll tell you why.
So, his name is Ammar, last name is Najjar, and he's actually a Democrat, of course, a registered Democrat who is running in District 50 of California. Let me tell you why he got my attention out of all the list.
There are many names, by the way, but the biggest thing that was very interesting about Ammar was the discrepancy he offers, and it seems like either nobody's catching it or those who are catching it are basically just letting it slide. So, let me quickly give you a background. I'm going to actually sit here and read to you his own bio on his own website, Campacampaign.com. Which is the Ammar Campa-Najjar for Congress website.
The website starts, with a letter to California's 50th District. My name is Ammar, the people's candidate. I was born in East LA County, the son of a Christian working-class mother who raised me with help from family and neighbors. From my first job as a church janitor to serving in the White House I've devoted my life to service. I'm going to leave it right there.
The rest is all fancy, cool, big English words that probably I would trip over half of them, but the interesting part is you would read this, and any people actually would misunderstand the concept. Oh, wait, he's a Christian. No, he says he is the son of “A” Christian working-class mother. Son of “A”, he does not represent Christianity. He doesn't claim to be a Christian himself but, on his website, he does not mention anything about his father.
So, basically what he is practicing is, those of you who heard my radio or videos before, are familiar with the term taqiyya. A lot of these fabulous looking candidates actually say I'm just a fear mongering person who makes up things such as taqiyyah, but he is doing what's known as taqiyyah. Let me tell you why.
He wrote an op-ed for the Hill.com. There he mentions a lot of things that he completely left out on his own website for Congress. He left it out for a good reason, and I'll tell you what the reason is, but I'm going to read his introduction of him explaining/introducing himself in his op-ed article on The Hill.
It said, “I was born in America. The son of a Mexican mother and Muslim father who migrated from the Middle East to America on a student visa. I grew up in the crosshairs of the Israel-Palestinian war in Gaza, returning to the U.S. in 2001. The threat of terrorism has cast a long shadow on my life”.
This is manipulation, people. On this op-ed for The Hill it was necessary for him to mention she is a Mexican mother and a he is a Muslim father from Middle East, but when it comes to his introduction, the most important bio page of his life, which is his running for Congress website, he leaves out the father altogether. If you read that page, the father does not come into the description. You would think that there was no father. There is just a single mother who is a good Christian, an average, hardworking woman.
But on the one that he writes for The Hill, to explain and justify radical Islam, he makes sure that the Mom becomes nothing but just a Mexican mother, and then the Father is a Muslim from Middle East. Really here is the problem with radio, when you do radio, you don't see or hear much reaction.
So, I'm really hoping you already put two and two together right here. This is what I've been explaining for years about taqiyyah, under Sharia you're allowed to hide, to lie or tell half-truths if that will help you further the agenda of Islamization. Ammar knows very well as he continues explaining in The Hill op-ed, which I will read pieces of it, he knows very well if he said any of the things he said in his op-ed in his bio on the Ammar for Congress website, he would at least face a lot of questions.
So, what he does, he filters and cleans up the bio into I am a son of a Christian mother. I simply pose the question Ammar if you are proud of your Christian mother and your Muslim father, why aren't they always next to each other? Why can't you say I was born in America, the son of a Christian Mexican mother and a Muslim father from the Middle East. Which, by the way, I would like to know where in the Middle East but that's beside the point. On your for-Congress website why didn't you say son of a Christian mother and a Muslim father?
Something's got to give. But this is what happens, if you continue reading his op-ed, he does mention on that op-ed that he actually went to the same mosque as three of the nine September 11th hijackers. Including the man who flew Flight 77 into the Pentagon. See that is where he needs to hide the truth or like they like to call it “tell half the truth.”
He likes to pretend like he was raised by a Christian mother because he knows that is going to earn him lots and lots of votes. Right? Christian values in America. He doesn't want to mention, the fact that, when I went to Islamic school in California the mosque, I was going to produced three of the hijackers who killed innocent people. That would be very complicated for a candidate who's running for Congress of United States of America. Right? So, let's just leave that out. Then he does talk about Mom, bless her. He talks about somewhat of a father from Middle East who was a Muslim.
He doesn't talk about the fact that he is also is the grandson of Mohamed Youssef Almagor. Just in case if you don't know that long, impossible to pronounce, name who he is, he was one of the participants in the 1972 massacre of the Israeli team at the Munich Olympics. On his page, on his website it is all about how it's time to give back and we got to stand for American values, but I'm going to hide the fact that my grandfather was one of the people involved with Munich Olympics massacre.
Of course, he is not going to come out and say, well, like my grandfather, I hate Jews. He won't do that. But he will, this is a real thing he did, he condemned House Republicans in 2009. Remember when Ilhan Omar came out guns blazing, with anti-Semitic and anti-Jewish tweets? He defended her. He defended Ilhan Omar’s actions.
Again, the whole point is to give you the gist and hopefully you can put two and two together, which I know you can. Then he stopped all of this wonderful honesty and transparency, and topped it off by actually taking $17, 300 in donations from CAIR the unindicted co-conspirators of the Holy Land Foundation.
This man is steps away from gaining power in our country where he can be more involved making laws. As I said, the mainstream media, side stream media, left the stream media, white stream media and green, blue, red, yellow, stream media, they're so busy pointing out obvious problems so that nobody apparently seems to care or has time to actually talk about this wonderful young man, Ammar Najjar. Who I just took about, what, 10 minutes of my day to give you a quick bio.
Again, I'm pretty sure compared to my access to places like Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and all of the alphabet soup channels, they have way more reach and research on this. They have to put that kind of information out. But of course, they rather not do that.
That would not fit into the narrative and I'm going to say just flat out, it's not about CNN or Loeffler. No. As I mentioned, the first alphabet soup I brought up was Fox News. They aren't doing it either. They aren't and I think I'm going to take a moment here to explain that.
This election, 2020 election is really not about Democrats versus Republicans, it isn't. It's flat out, it's a make it or break it time, guys. Even one wrong choice is enough for us to fall apart. Our country is on the verge of war as it is. We are as divided as it can get and a lot of people, including Ammar, are taking advantage of this chaos to hide the truth that they are pushing for.
We already have Ilhan Omar, who openly hates Jews, Israel, Americans, me, and you. She has done it openly. Of course, there's never going to be a punishment for her because we're so worried about being racist, bigoted and Islamophobic, all of them are literally just a joke at this point in time or Rashida Tlaib, for that matter; or Keith Ellison.
But the question is, are we willing to sit quietly and pray and hope that somehow, magically they're not going to grow in numbers, even though, as I've said on many of my videos and programs that Koran itself flat out tells them, do not call for peace when you are superior in numbers.
Do you really want to sit back and let them be elected one by one, quietly, nicely wearing the suit and nice shaved faces with a smile and telling the half-truth of I have a Christian, Mexican mother until they take over the entire power?
Then we want to stop them from replacing our Constitution with Sharia, because remember, remember my motherland, Iran, before 1979, it was known as mini America? It took the new regime literally 90 days to replace the Constitution that was a duplicate mirror image of the American constitution, minus the Second Amendment. It took them 90 days to take that constitution and turn it into complete Sharia. I really would hate to think that we are going to wait until it's too late. Reversing the damage, it's a lot harder than stopping the damage.
I guess that's the whole purpose. As we are busy watching the debates and reading up on everybody, digging up dirt on everybody else I think we can dedicate a little bit of time every day to follow what those who are running, a majority of whom are Democrats, of course, and yes, it does matter. It does. Which party they're running for matters because it comes down to agenda.
This unholy alliance of right wing activists, whatever you want to call it, is, yes, a majority of pro-Sharia, anti-American candidates that are registered Democrats because the agenda says let's burn down America and built our fake and delusional utopia on the ashes that's left behind. So, it just makes it easier for them to be Democrats. So maybe we need to squeeze them in there as well. I'm sure you all got my point. It's time to talk about my next favorite candidate.
That would be, I actually talked about her before on a live feed on Facebook, Tahanie Aboushi. Forgive me if my accent of pronunciation is more Arabic than English, but Aboushi, actually is running for New York or more specific Manhattan District Attorney. As I said, I have talked about her before, but just so you know, my very first red flag about Aboushi was one of the people who actually endorsed her, which was named Linda Sarsour.
She didn't just endorse Aboushi, Linda came out again, guns blazing, praising Aboushi. I'm like, “Oh, wait, right there. There's a problem.” So, I did a little bit of study and looked her up. I kind of looked at what the scenario might be, is she just a nice looking, nicely wearing hijab? Yes, I'm being sarcastic, but she is like Linda Sarsour and Ilhan.
She's also a full devout hijab wearing Muslim woman. Who is, of course, a lawyer, and I came to realize, no, she is not just an, “Oh, look, I can pull off a pretty look with my hijab and I have this really nice to smile.” No, she definitely has further agendas and the good thing about Aboushi, she's not afraid to tell the truth.
She has publicly shown her hate for many of our values. She strongly believes that our justice system is completely broken, racist and Islamophobic. That’s another problem. I have always said I don't really care which party you belong to or if you're a female or male, I don't care.
Here's what I do care whatever office you're running for, if you have anything to separate me from your agenda then you're not going to represent me. I think that is just basic values. If you are going to be in any sort of power in my government, you need to look at me the same way you look at my neighbor and everybody else. So, it becomes a red flag when her entire concentration and focus is about stopping Islamophobia. What does that tell me as an ex-Muslim?
She's going to come for me. She's going to come for every ex-Muslim who one way or another is either speaking out, mocking Islam, or just left Islam. That is automatically the definition of what she is trying to do. She didn't come out and say, hey, listen, our justice system is broken, and we need to reform this and that. No, none of that.
Aboushi specifically wants to transfer our justice system from one that targets historically marginalized communities into one that uplifts and builds up our neighbors and neighborhoods. By the way, she was also the lawyer who defended the three Muslim women who sued the New York Police Department for having them remove their hijab while they were booking them and each one of them ended up walking away with 60,000 dollars.
Yes, she was the one who defended the Muslim woman walking away with 60,000 dollars each because they did not want to remove their hijab while they were being booked. Again, I don't know, maybe it's just simple for me to put two and two together just because I come from an Islamic country. Maybe I have enough training to read between the lines. I don't know what it is. But what I do know, is no matter how you look at it, Aboushi isn't standing here trying to make America better. She isn't. She wants to be District Attorney.
I mean, we already have dear darling, handsome Keith Ellison. You all have paid attention to Minneapolis or I should say Minnesota. Now, don't get me wrong. I'm not saying New York is a wonderful place as it is, New York is going down pretty fast. Do we really need a district attorney who's going to sue our police department for doing their job based on our Constitution so she can keep the hijab on the heads of Muslim women?
I don't know, to me, that sounds pretty much like discrimination. If she gets to wear her hijab, then why do I have to remove my hat, or my hoodie? Again, it comes back to are you fighting for equality? I think that is what they're fighting for, or at least they pretend like they're fighting for it. Again, Linda Sarsour, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Keith Ellison, Aboushi, Ammar, they have one way or another, all said at least one time, if not repeatedly, brothers and sisters, that is the term they use. Muslim, brothers, and sisters, we're not here to assimilate. We are here to prove Allah this and that. Islamophobia is destroying us. Poor Muslims this and that. The entire environment, the whole scenario is running one way, Islamization.
I think the biggest part of my problem is it is not that hard to figure it out. I understand it takes work and research because our mainstream media or many of the major outlets is not providing it. They're not putting it out there for you. There are very few of Anni Cyrus' who know, can prove, and can bring verses of the Koran, Hadith and Sunnah to prove the point. But we're still out here. It's easy grab one and share it with the next person, and that's literally how we come out to be so loud. I sometimes go into their social media and I'm amazed.
The next person I want to talk about is actually very active in putting tweets out. But he put the tweet out and ten minutes later it has like two thousand re-tweets or Facebook or whatever platform it might be. They are spreading hate. They are. I mean, when Ilhan Omar comes out and tweets, a completely disturbing and disgusting anti-Semitic tweet. That's spreading hate, but they aren't afraid of spreading it. It's their common goal. So, let me just quickly say this, and if you think I'm talking to you, then I am talking to you.
Do we have a common goal here? Are we all trying to do the same thing? It just doesn't seem like we are. For some of us, the common goal is to fight for our freedom and take back our country from all of the destructive groups. But then it seems like there's the other group who wants this to happen without them, God forbid, saying the wrong thing, sounding racist, losing your friend and on and on and on.
You know where I'm going with this. Until we all come to a decision that we have one common goal, regardless of the consequences, that we are going to save our country. We're not going to make it. I'm not saying this because I'm a negative person. I'm saying this because I talk to a lot of fellow Iranian friends who say the same thing.
Now we're watching history repeat itself in a different location. A lot of what we see here in America is what was happening in my motherland before the revolution. If you look at the history of the Islamic revolution, the revolution by itself didn't start as an Islamic revolution. It was a lot of similar scenarios of BLM, Antifa, feminism, and now my present stories.
That's how it all started. Until it gained enough momentum for the Islamic leaders to come out and grab it all together, and that's the thing. If you look seriously, just for one second, and think about it. In the last four years, every kind of rally, protest, and riot, you look around one way or another, one of these popular Muslim faces is leading it. Women's March, the fancy pink hats all the way to the most recent riots where Linda Sarsour was a spotted in the front line of the march. They are all involved.
As I said, I worry because they are gaining more momentum and more power because every year there are more pro-Sharia candidates running. They just keep running and we're not paying attention, so they're being elected again and again. You all remember Rashida Tlaib was not elected. She was selected because nobody was running against her. Which I'll be honest with you to this day, I still can't wrap my head around the idea. I can't. How is it possible that no one even bothered to say, I'm going to do my best to make sure to stop any damage. No, we all went with well, she won't be elected. The fun attitude we have. Oh, there's no way they're going to elect her. No way. We have said no way for so many times and every no way has turned into a way.
I just don't know when we're going to be done with no way and we're going to start saying this is how I'm going to stop it from happening. As I said, we still have a little tiny bit of our freedom left. I'm not going to go as far as saying all of it. No, we don't have freedom of speech, we don't really have freedom of press. There's a lot of censorship going on. I would agree to that, we still do have, if comes to it at the end of the day, we can fight in a federal court. It's a headache, yes.
Which one do you prefer? Just let it all go or fight at least? Again, I'm not asking for us to do what they're doing. I would never, ever say that it's a simple fight. Let's say you're in New York. Go ahead and post about Aboushi and let your fellow New Yorkers know.
Hey guys, this young lady is openly telling us that she will fight for hijab wearing women, and she sued our police department for them. She is openly telling us that she hates our justice system because her father, who’s a terrorist, was caught and put in prison. Did I forget to mention that?
Yes, if you look a little deeper into her history. Her father served in prison for his involvement with Islamic terrorism. Just like how Omar's grandfather was part of the killing of the Jews that was ordered by Allah in the Koran in Munich. Okay, I want to make sure to cover one more person before I run out of time.
His name is Qasim Rashid. He's running in Virginia. He's the guy I said who is very good at putting tweets out. He does Facebook here and there, but he's definitely a lot faster on tweets. He's done openly and unopenly, what I actually hate the most. Which is defending Sharia, then twisting Sharia, then sugarcoating Sharia and lying all about Sharia.
But I guess the good news is he is openly pro-Sharia flat out. He does lie about it a lot, and I will mention some of them. But before I get to those details, he also was one of the people who made sure to, again, defend Ilhan Omar after she came out and said, “Some people did something on 9/11.” He defended her, definitely.
So, again, I’ll say that when I defend someone it is because I have the same values, or I support their values. So, let's put it out once and for all, honestly. Qasim Rashid supports Ilhan Omar's type of values. I don't think I need to get into the details of that. We all know by now what Ilhan Omar stands for. She definitely hasn't been shy about telling us how she would like to completely turn this country upside down. So, Qasim is a big Ilhan Omar believer, I guess.
At the beginning of this program, I mentioned how a lot of these people like to mention that taqiyya doesn't exist. Funny part he's actually one of them. He wrote an article for the Huffington Post back in 2011 and he actually mentioned that critics of Islam claim Islam allows Muslims to engage in taqiyya, treachery against non-Muslims. However, the Koran forbids lying or hiding the truth.
The Prophet Muhammad definitely said, "It's obligatory for you to tell the truth.” That's the type of twisting he does. That's the type of lies he tells. Even though, again, I'm not the only one. Bill Warner, Clare Lopez, Daniel Greenfield, Phil Haney, Sandra Sollom, I can name names all day long, they have all, including myself, have put out evidence from Quran, from Sunnah, from their own teachings, their own books and we have proven that taqiyya exists.
But here comes Qasim Rashid, who automatically has the right to overwrite that, just because, well, I guess just because he's a Muslim? Right? He knows better. There was a tweet that he put out this year. No, last year, sorry, last year. I actually kind of got involved with that tweet back then. I just could not let this one go.
I'm going to read his tweet. He said, "There is a few viral tweets on how restrictions on women's rights in Ohio, Georgia and Alabama are like Sharia law. Stop it! Islam declared gender equality 1,400 years ago and allows abortion for several personal reasons, definitely for rape and incest." That was tweet by Qasim. As I said, I got involved with this, but I'm going to even get more involved with it right here on air. Because, as you know, they quickly remove your comments and stuff like that, but again, I've done a lot of programs where I expose all of this.
I'm just going to quickly go over it again. As a former child bride, I can tell you when he says Islam declared gender equality 1,400 years ago either he doesn't know Islam, or he doesn't know what equality means. I don't know which one it is, but somewhere there is a disconnect, because I can tell you in Koran, Chapter 4 by itself explains how equality doesn't exist.
There is chapter after chapter after chapter where a woman is considered half of a man. Where a man has full control over his wife. Where man can beat his wife to make her into obey him. Where the guardian can purchase the girl for the right price. That's just one chapter of the Koran.
There are many other chapters. There are many other issues. For him to tweet that, everybody to be quiet about it, and for him to continue running, that's my point, do we have any standards? Wait a minute you are actually in America accusing our government of not giving equal rights to women? Which let me go to a side note here for a second, I have said it many times and I will say it until my face turns blue. Based on our Constitution there is absolutely 100 percent equality. That is within our Constitution. Now, if there is a woman out there who doesn't want to practice her rights, therefore she is left behind in life, that is her problem and not our government's problem.
That applies to every other fake problem that is being created in America today, from systematic racism, to sexism, to all other sorts of Islamization that is going on in America. I will always refer everybody back to our Constitution. Just like I said, in our Constitution, within our Constitution, I still have my freedom of speech. How much I'm going to practice it or how much I'm going to go hide in the corner because I'm too afraid to be labeled that is my choice, not the Constitutions. Just to be clear, that is where I stand as far as our freedom goes. We still have the Constitution and within that constitution, there is 100 percent equality, there is.
As American’s we are all equal. Now, for him to be allowed to come and say this right there is the proof of freedom of speech, I guess. But the fact that this guy is still running, this guy is still in the race, and no one, again, in the alphabet soup has invited him on saying, “Are you running for Congress, please sit down. So, tell me all about this equality of 1,400 years. Of your so-called Sharia that you are looking forward to bringing to our country. Tell me about it.”
I mean, you want to just quickly review, Aisha? The six-year-old wife that Mohammed consummated marriage with at nine. Is that the equality you are talking about? Or is that the women's rights that you say Islam gives Sharia, as he calls it, “Sharia gives to women?” Is that a right? Because in our country, with American values, you look wrongly at a six-year-old and you're done. Forget about marrying her, forget about consummating your marriage at age nine. All of that is not going to happen. If it does happen, you're going to face consequences.
By the way, we don't even consider our children, women. They have children’s rights until they grow up. Which, in your Sharia when she is nine, she is a woman. That right there, let's just discuss, that's my point. Let's open the discussion. It is all right to be labeled. It's completely all right. I can tell you from someone who faced a lot of labels all day long it really doesn't matter. The fact that I can go to bed at night knowing I just took this one hour to tell anyone who was willing to listen to what's happening with these three candidates, just three out of many more. I am good. I did my part. I can go to bed even if all of them call me Islamophobic, bigoted, racist, whatever they can come up with.
Remember, the SPLC has called me so many names, it's almost funny at this point. CAIR came after me calling me all sort of names, who cares. Seriously, I sometimes feel like our priorities are so messed up. We are so worried about saying the right thing at the right time that we are actually letting go of life as we know it, just because it's so important to be nice. It's so important to keep our Facebook and not let them take it down. It's so important not to be banned on Instagram. These are all like really super important issues right now. Right?
Let me read one more tweet of Qasim, because that's the thing, we all know he's never going to sit down in an interview or radio with me, but I would love to do that. He put out another tweet saying, "610—Islam gave women the right to Marry/Divorce, Own Property, Vote, Inherit, and practice law. 2017—USA Still hasn’t ratified the Equal Rights Amendment."
I'm going to put it this way. First of all, Islam gave women the right to marry and divorce? No, Koran, Chapter 4, Verse 3. "If you're attracted to a child, a female child, by her wealth or beauty, you can have her as long as you pay the right price." That is not the right to marry, okay? That is basically property. I mean, there are more verses, but we are almost out of time, so I'm not going to go over all the verses of Hadith. Under Islam, there are only three circumstances where a woman has the right to a divorce. The husband is declared crazy by a doctor. The husband cannot provide financially the ‘minimum.’ The minimum is feeding her, clothing her, and giving her shelter. Number three, by the standard of Sharia, the man is not able to perform sexually. Those are the only circumstances, the only circumstances that the woman has the right to a divorce.
Inherits, in the Quran, Chapter 4, Verse 11, it says, "Your daughters will take half of what your sons take.” That's what they inherit. Half of your sons. Again, this isn't the information that I had to go behind in a back alley in a dark area to smuggle it. You can go to Quran.com, Q-U-R-A-N.com. Chapter 4, Verse 11, bam right there. Chapter 4, Verse 3, Chapter 4, Verse 24, Chapter 4, Verse 34, and on and on and on. There is more than enough evidence that Mr. Qasim Rashid, running for Congress in Virginia, is lying. I get it. I am used to the fact that politicians will lie but, here's the thing the lies he's using are going to cost us and our next generation their liberty, their freedom, and their lifestyle.
Again, I am coming to you as a former child bride, ex-Muslim, who faced the true Sharia in my motherland. If anybody can tell me why Qasim would lie about the truth of Sharia, except the fact that he's trying to further it without anybody noticing, I am all ears. Please do tell me his reasons behind the lies. As I said, I'm all ears. Email me, message me, comment, whatever. The only reason I can see why Qasim is sitting there with one tweet, bashing the USA, and praising Sharia there is just one reason.
I call it the brainwashing system. Hey, all the feminazi’s, guess what? I've got this cool thing called Sharia. Fourteen hundred years ago, we gave you all these rights. Oh, by the way, you're going to have to convert to have them. Now, when you convert, "Oops to bad, I dare you to leave your husband or leave Islam, and you'll be dead." Fear, remember? Islam conquers by fear, but the first step is to sugar coat everything. Before you catch them, trap them, and then they just can’t leave.
I just realized I have less than five minutes, and I have a couple of questions from our audience. So, let me try to get to some of these. Again, there are more names. I will come back next Monday, and I will cover more. That's what I'm going to do. I'm going to spend the next two weeks to do as much as I can to remind everyone. Put a spotlight on these names because we have got to be careful. We can't just keep on winging it on the elections. If we keep doing that, we're going to lose our country.
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The first question I have here. "What would you say to Republicans who think they can find common ground with Muslims because Islam is supposedly socially and culturally conservative?" Interestingly, I would definitely disagree that Islam is socially and culturally conservative, not at all. As a conservative, I can vouch for that. It is not, but for the sake of argument, I'll go with your question. Here's what I would tell you. Not just Republicans, but I would tell any non-Muslim who is going to try to find common ground with Muslims. The very first thing I'm going to tell them is to read the Koran. Because in Quran, it says, "Oh, you who have believed, Muslims," the Arabic word is Muslims, “Do not take Christians and Jews as your allies as they are each other's allies."
I would say how do you find common ground with someone who is ordered directly by their higher power to not be your friend? You don't necessarily have to be buddies or best friends to find common ground, but you have to have the basic level of trust to do that. With that mentioned in Quran, Hadith, and much more Islamic teaching, it's not possible. The second reason I would say to give it up is Islam has very strict laws that take away the following freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom of being a human, freedom of freedom.
You can’t find common ground with someone who is raised with a complete lack of understanding of what freedom means. I am going to close it with this. An innocent teacher in France was beheaded because he was trying to teach Muslims about freedom of speech. Take it from there. If you think you can teach them, if you can find common ground with someone who will behead someone else, then I just literally will say, "Good luck with that."
I do apologize, I have more questions to answer, and I missed them. I promise to answer them next week. I am out of time. So, make sure to tune in next week if you want to hear more from the Islam Corner. Meantime, you all stay safe.