Date: August 31, 2020
Host: Jim Schneider
Guest: Usama Dakdok
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Islam is making its mark on the political scene in a greater way than ever before. For the first time in the history of the Democratic National Convention, the DNC had sanctioned a gathering of Muslim delegates and was recognized as an official program event.
One of the speakers at this Muslim delegates and allies assembly was Linda Sarsour. She’s taken flak from the Biden campaign for her participation while it’s been reported that the Biden camp has been quietly apologizing.
Addressing this topic was Usama Dakdok. Usama is the founder of the Straight Way of Grace Ministry. He’s the speaker on the daily radio broadcast, ‘Revealing the Truth About Islam.’ He speaks fluent Arabic and has translated the Quran into English. He is the author of ‘Exposing the Truth about the Qur’an’ and the newly released, ‘Exposing the Truth About Jihad.’
Linda Sarsour is the executive director of Mpower Change and according to Usama she’s a, ‘Muslim believer without any apology as she said in her own words.’
In brief recorded comments, Linda told listeners that the Democrat Party has evolved but has much more work to do. Usama noted that the Democrat Party will continue to evolve until it’s completely taken over by the Muslim Party of America. When there are more open Muslims practicing Shariah, that would be the final evolution Muslims are looking for via the Democrat Party.
Linda went on to note that she wants to see the Democrat Party make sure they allow Muslims to expand their roles within the party at a high level. This way the public will understand that Muslims are ‘parcel to the fabric’ of the United States.
In response to that portion of the commentary, Usama communicated that Democrats are using the Muslims to gain power. Without the Democrat party, he believes Muslims would have no voice in the nation. On the other hand, while the Democrats are using them, Muslims are also using the Democrats as ‘useful idiots to take over America.’
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