Abdul El-Sayed lost his primary election bid for governor of Michigan, but it doesn’t mean he’ll be going away. He would have been thrilled to win and move forward to the general election in November, but now he’s got a solid group of supporters, fundraisers and followers who will serve as his team next time around. El-Sayed was recently a special guest speaker at a fundraiser for a Nation of Islam (NOI)-affiliated mosque.
He has often been alongside radical left-wing activist and sharia apologist Linda Sarsour (co-founder of the Pussy march in Washington), in fact he made her his campaign manager. The Muslim Center he helps raise funds for has several ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
According ClarionProject.org, a court in the UK has just ruled according to sharia law for the first time. There are some in the USA that think we should have sharia law apply in some instances. The Michigan physician arrested for performing female genital mutilation (FGM) is still fighting her case with plenty of support.
CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations (and a Muslim Brotherhood sponsored group) has been fundraising for Ilhan Omar, who is running for Congress in Minnesota. Omar, who in 2016 became the first Somali-American in the country elected to a state legislature, now seeks to succeed Ellison as a US Congresswoman is vying for controversial Congressman Keith Ellison’s seat in the House of Representatives as he moves toward his aspiration to become the state’s attorney general. You see they get elected to lesser positions, often in local politics (school board, city council, etc.), get a little experience and name recognition and then move on up into higher political positions where presumably they will have more influence. Don’t give them an inch because this is their goal of Creeping Sharia, infiltrating all aspects and institutions of American life to eventually seize power from within.
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