Rashida Tlaib ran for Congress, not to represent Americans, but to represent Islam and anti-Semitism.
She just gave a radical speech at a convention for CAIR, a radical Islamic group that was an unindicted co-conspirator of the Holy Land Foundation, that raised money for Islamic terrorists. She greeted everyone with the phrase “Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim,” which means, “In the name of Allah, the merciful, the compassionate.”
That line starts every chapter of the Koran, except one, and is considered a Muslim war cry. She spoke for 7 minutes and mentioned “Muslim,” “Islam” and “Palestinian” several times, but only once mentioned America once – and that was to bash Trump.
After greeting the crowd in Arabic, Rashida Tlaib said, “Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim,” which means, “In the name of Allah, the merciful, the compassionate.”
This very phrase begins every chapter in the Quran except one and is seen as a Muslim war cry.
In fact, this is the very same phrase Bowe Bergdahl’s father said in front of the White House in 2014 after Obama traded Taliban terrorists in exchange for traitor Bergdahl.
Back in 2014, Brigitte Gabriel of Act for America told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that this phrase declares the greatness of Allah over the land, calling it a “war cry of Allah” and a Muslim victory call.
Muslims often try to downplay this victory war cry as an ordinary everyday prayer, however it is seen as a ‘war cry of Allah’ by hardliners.
Rashida Tlaib also invoked Mohammed, the founder of Islam, saying “Mohammed was all about justice. He was all about pushing up against all of the things that you see from slavery from what we see now, if he was here today, he would be stronger and stronger and pushing up against the kind of injustice that we see coming out of the White House.”