Muslim Man Drops Out Of Election For U.S. Senate In Arizona

Mohammad Arif

Mohammad Arif recently dropped out of the election for U.S. Senate in Arizona.

Arif, a 50-year-old Pakistani man, refers to himself as a “moderate muslim“. Arif was born in Lahore, Pakistan and came to the U.S. in 1991.

Read more about Arif here.

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1 thought on “Muslim Man Drops Out Of Election For U.S. Senate In Arizona

  1. This Pakistani guy Md. Arif who has dropped out of running for US Senate in Arizona described himself as a moderate Muslim. What is that? Does it mean he doesn’t want to follow the teachings of Mohamed, a medieval paedophile warlord and doesn’t want to kill the Kafir, Jews and gays and doesn’t want to implement Sharia law over a secular society. If that is the case then he isn’t a Muslim. Try, as a secular westerner standing for election in Pakistan. It couldn’t happen!
    Best move the guy ever made was to stand down!!

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