Muslims Sworn into Office on the Quran
In 2007, Keith Ellison made history when he was elected as the first muslim U.S. Congressman. Ellison was sworn into Congress with his hand on the quran.
In 2018, Ellison was elected Minnesota’s Attorney General. On January 7th 2019, Ellison was sworn into office with his hand on the quran, again.
Carolyn Walker-Diallo became the first female muslim Judge in 2015. Walker-Diallo was elected in Brooklyn’s 7th Municipal District. Walker was sworn in with her hand on the quran.
In 2016, Abdullah Hammoud was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives, representing District 15. Hammoud was sworn into office on the quran.
In 2018, Hammoud was re-elected. In Jan. 2019, Hammoud was sworn into office with his hand on the quran, again.
In November 2016, Ilhan Omar was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives, representing District 60B. Omar was the first Somali muslim legislator elected to office in the United States.
In January of 2017, Omar was sworn into office with her hand on a quran. Not just any quran, but the biggest quran that Omar could find.
In 2018, Ilhan Omar was elected to Minnesota’s 5th Congressional District. In January 2019, Omar was sworn into office on the quran, again.
Abdikadir “AK” Hassan is the District 3 representative on the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board in Minnesota. Hassan was sworn into office on the quran.
Atif Qarni was appointed secretary of education by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam. Qarni was sworn in on the quran.
In November 2018, Hodan Hassan was elected to Minnesota House of Representatives, District 62A. On January 8th 2019, Hassan was sworn into office with her hand on an oversized copy of the quran.
In November 2018, Mohamud Noor was elected to Minnesota House of Representatives, District 60B. In January 2019, Noor was sworn into office on the quran.
In 2008 Rashida Tlaib was elected to Michigan House of Representatives.
In 2018, Tlaib was elected to Michigan’s 13th congressional district. Tlaib was sworn into office on her grandfather’s quran.
In November of 2018, Reebea Collier was elected Judge of the 113th Civil District Court of Harris County, Texas. In January 2019, Collier was sworn into office with her hand on a quran.
In November 2018, Sheikh Rahman was elected to Georgia State Senate, district 5. In January 2019, Rahman was sworn into office on the quran.
In January 2019, Fadwa Hammoud was sworn into office on the quran, after being appointed to Solicitor General of Michigan, by Attorney General of Michigan, Dana Nessel.
In March of 2019, Movita Johnson-Harrell was elected to Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 190. Johnson-Harrell was sworn into office with her hand on the Quran.
Ibraheem Samirah was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in Feb. 2019. Samirah was sworn into office on the quran.
Ako Abdul-Samad is a Democratic member of the Iowa House of Representatives, representing District 35. Abdul-Samad was first elected in 2006. He was sworn into office on the quran.
Sadia Gul Covert was elected to the Dupage County Board in 2018. Covert was sworn into office on the Quran, Torah, and the Bible.
Sam Baydoun was elected to the Wayne County Commission in Michigan in Nov. 2018. Baydoun was sworn into office on the quran.
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2 thoughts on “Muslims Sworn into Office on the Quran”
While I’m not very happy that individuals that by their religious faith cannot give true allegiance to our country, nor “perverse, protect, and defend” the U.S. Constitution due to a conflict with Shari’ah Law, I have no issue with they swearing their oath of the Qurʼān.
The insistence of some that they “need” to do this on a Christian Bible is nonsensical, as it has no meaning to a Muslim. They might as well use the White Pages of their jurisdiction.
For us as Christians, making this oath on a Bible has meaning, as we believe that this Book contains are the Words of God. That is what it makes it holy to us. A Muslim does not share that belief, so any oath sworn on our holy book has no meaning to them.
I would actually say that they CANNOT use a Christian Bible, and MUST use a Qurʼān.
DEPORT ALL THOSE MUD SLIMES