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Two Muslims Fight For Congressional Seat In Georgia

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Two Muslims Fight For Congressional Seat In Georgia

Rashid Malik and Nabilah Islam, both Bangladeshi muslims, are two of the seven Democratic candidates for U.S. House of Representatives in Georgia’s 7th Congressional District.

Malik was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He came to the United States in 1979.

Islam is the daughter of Bangladeshi immigrants.

Both Malik and Islam are huge Hillary Clinton supporters. Islam worked as the Deputy Southern States Finance Director for Hillary for America.

In several Facebook posts, Malik calls on muslims to “come forward” and “rebuild OUR America” and asks his fellow muslims, “What are we afraid of?”

Read more about Malik here.

Read more about Islam here.

Malik and Islam are two of several muslims running for Congress in the 2020 elections.

The primary election is on May 19, 2020. Whoever wins the primary election will move onto the general election on November 3, 2020.

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Comments (2)

  1. Unfortunately the idiot voters on the left in Georgia will not understand Malik’s comments “rebuild OUR America” and “what are we afraid of?”. My County, here in Georgia, has seen a surge of Democrats moving in along with many, many subdivisions and apartments from developers from out of State because of this at the detriment of the native Walton County residents who wanted to keep us rural. This all comes down to Obama’s immigration policies of raising numbers of the 1965 Immigration and Refugee Act. I’m willing to help refugees but send aid to their country or wherever they have been moved safely over there.

  2. Taking over this country without a shot fired. Wake up people.

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