Incestual Muslim Congresswoman Wants To Lift Ban On Hijab In DC Capitol
Editor’s Note: I use the term “incestual” in the title due to the fact that this corrupt, anti-American, Somali Muslim married her own brother. If the rules don’t apply here and she is just going to “annul” them without a single Republican or Democrat decrying her and punting her to the curb, then what good are their rules?
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Hijabs in Congress and Jewish boycott — new Muslim Congresswoman Ilhan Omar went right to work. Ilhan Omar has accused Israel of “evil doings” in Gaza and called Israel an “apartheid state.” It isn’t surprising that Ilhan Omar would think this way. She is a hijab-wearing, devout Muslim, and Islamic Jew-hatred is in the Quran. What is shameful about this is that her views are mainstream in the Democrat Party today. She should never have been chosen as a candidate for Congress with hateful views of this kind, but this is the way the Democrat leadership, and the Democrat base, thinks. They want candidates like Ilhan Omar. And they win because this is their base today.
“Muslim congresswoman wants hijabs in Capitol,” by Jack Gold, World Israel News, November 18, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
Democratic Congresswoman-elect Ilhan Omar of Minnesota has set her sights on several issues she wants to change after taking office, the first possibly being the end of an 1837 ban on head coverings in House of Representatives.
Omar, the first Somali American woman to be elected to the House, wears a hijab. She will be joined by Michigan’s Rashida Tlaib as the first two Muslim women in Congress.
Congress’ current regulations prohibit any kind of head covering, but Omar plans to annul the 181-year-old ban.
“No one puts a scarf on my head but me. It’s my choice—one protected by the first amendment. And this is not the last ban I’m going to work to lift,” Omar tweeted Saturday….
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller