Pro-Farrakhan Muslim Imam offers prayer at De Blasio inauguration

Might just as well get my first 2014 post off to a great start. We have the new Catholic pope embracing Marxism, which has really worked out swell for the people that found themselves under the boot of a Marxist regime. We have the new mayor of NYC being sworn in by an impeached former President who has no law license. The new Mayor, with his new social order to take place in New York city should turn out to be one grand social experiment. So unless we are under any illusion about this fellow Bill de Blasio, I give you this piece from Front Page Mag. Here we go, NYC is in for one swell ride. The New York Daily News has a good run down of the class warfare rhetoric that took place.

Bill de Blasio’s inauguration was marred by ugly talk about plantations and slave blocks. But it was also marred by an appearance by Imam Askia Muhammad of the Department of Corrections.

Imam Askia Muhammad was chosen as a prison chaplain to deliver a prayer, which he did, beginning by praising Bill De Blasio and urged that “the needs of the people be treated as holy”. It was a boilerplate invocation of Bill de Blasio’s agenda. But less remarked upon was who the Imam was.

The Department of Corrections’ chaplain got his start in the Nation of Islam and eventually joined Wallace Deen Mohammed’s more conventionally Islamic, American Society of Muslims,

While Imam Askia Muhammad is not a member of the Nation of Islam at the time, his testimony in a Department of Corrections lawsuit shows that he does support Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

Another Imam identifies Askia as a former Nation of Islam member and the testimony summary states, “Contrary to plaintiff’s allegation, Imam Askia does not find NOI beliefs to be offensive.  Imam Askia is well acquainted with Minister Louis Farrakhan and agrees with many of his teachings.”

More at Front Page Mag

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