North Dakota shows some leadership to stand up to the Islam victory delarations at our state and federal government insitutions. Ash Wednesday a holy day for all Christians was rightly found to be “inappropriate” to have a promoter of the faith of anti Christ saying prayers to Satan at the State Legislator Buildings.
“House Republican leaders said earlier they asked Nadim Koleilat not to participate on Ash Wednesday after some in Republican House members complained it was inappropriate.”
Well those terror front group spokesmen from Minneapolis had to throw a hissy fit i.e. CAIR
Here is the full report from the local news paper the Grand Forks Herald
MINNEAPOLIS — A Minnesota Muslim group is calling on North Dakota Republican leaders to apologize for un-inviting a Muslim leader from offering an invocation before the state House.
“Lawmakers of any political persuasion should reject religious bigotry and exclusion,” Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Minnesota chapter, said Friday in a statement.
House Republican leaders said earlier they asked Nadim Koleilat not to participate on Ash Wednesday after some in Republican House members complained it was inappropriate.
Koleilat, who leads the Bismarck Muslim Community Center, was asked by the state Senate to offer an invocation the same day.
CAIR, based in Washington, D.C., describes itself as an American Muslim civil liberties organization.