Video: Nation of Islam member at Texas Muslim Capitol day in Austin says ‘Islam is the solution’, calls for anti-American legislation

Here is another video from Texas Muslim Capitol Day from 1/31/13 on the south steps of the Texas Capitol building in Austin, TX. This speaker is Nation of Islam’s Eric Muhammad, who singles out former Texas Rep. Leo Berman for the latter’s introduction of anti-Sharia legislation. He also seems to like the idea of gun control.

At the 3:50 mark, after rattling off a bunch of statistics, Muhammad then says that ‘Islam is the solution’ for Texas, which is followed by chants of ‘Allahu Akhbar’. He then follows that up by calling for anti-American legislation.

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Muhammad’s bio can be found here:

Brother Eric Muhammad’s stated purpose is to teach and help establish the faith of Islam, as taught by the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. He is a proponent of Self-Improvement, as the basis of community development; and developing a Food-Oasis in the Food Deserts around America. Brother Eric is a native of Houston, TX and is a registered member of the Nation of Islam since 1995. He serves as the Student Assistant Minister of Brother Robert Muhammad, the Southwest Regional Representative of the Nation of Islam and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan in Houston, Texas. Brother Eric earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Houston and has a passion for Islam and politics. Along with this passion, he also studies and teaches Qur’anic Arabic. Brother Eric previously served as the Program Manager of ACTION, CDC which assisted Hurricane Katrina victims in gaining access to valuable public assistance and resources. He has also worked for the City of Houston as a Counselor. As the Assistant Minister of the Southwest Region, Brother Eric speaks at various events, rallies and on many panels regarding social injustice and oppression of the poor and disenfranchised. Currently, he is working to establish a political consulting firm that aids local, state, and regional politicians in understanding and meeting the needs of their under-represented constituents. Brother Eric is married and is the father of three children.


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