by Clarion Project –
Joe Biden quotes hadith wants more Islam in USA schools.
Vows to end Trump’s ‘vile Muslim ban’ on ‘day one’
Former Vice President and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke on the first day of the Million Muslim Summit July 20.
Biden kicks off his speech by
Wishing we taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith, and then later,
Vowing to rescind Trump’s “vile Muslim Ban” on “day one” (the ban, instituted for security reasons, is temporary and includes most immigrants and travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela and Yemen). …
… Emgage also organized a letter in which prominent Muslim Americans endorsed Joe Biden for president. The all-Democratic signatories include Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and Indiana Congressman Andre Carson. …
… “I don’t want to see a presidential candidate quote a hadith* as if it’s scripture, [especially] when hadiths have been the primary source of severe antisemitism against the American Jewish community. Does Biden even know what a hadith is? || July 21, 2020