Welcome to the Twilight Zone!
Try to follow this logic: a young White male from Georgia who converted to Islam in 2009 is now patrolling the neighborhoods of Minnesota for lawbreakers.
Who are these lawbreakers?
Any one of the many Muslim families in the Cedar-Riverside area who break Sharia Law. The same Sharia Law U.S. courts continue to battle on a daily basis.
You heard right.
This man, Abdullah Rashid (formerly Devon James Miller) created his own religious police group and patrols the streets to enforce Sharia Law, which is just wrong on a dozen different levels.
Perhaps he should move to Seattle; we know the Muslim-loving mayor would love to have him. But in Minnesota, it’s not going over so well…even with Rashid’s fellow Muslims. And this guy is obviously unbalanced.
In late 2016, he applied for a permit to carry a handgun, which was denied by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, saying there was evidence that he is a danger to himself and others if allowed a permit to carry a gun.
Rashid sued, and court documents show he has had run-ins with law enforcement in the past.
He was arrested as a juvenile in Walton County, Ga., for impersonating a police officer, and a school district reported he had harassed a 16-year-old classmate on Facebook, according to the documents.
The school district report mentioned he had mental health issues, and his mother said he had been suicidal.
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Rashid’s lawsuit was dismissed in March. He said he does not have a mental illness, and his wife, Kadro Abdullahi, said that Rashid is not mentally ill and that she supports his work.
‘He’s a man with a good personality and he loves Islam,’ Abdullahi said.”
Those who know Sharia Law firsthand are often quick to stand up and denounce it; let’s not forget that. But there are many who will promote this barbarism to the farthest ends of the earth.
Minnesota is the very same state that now has an estimated 36K Somali Muslims who are slowly but surely taking over the population.
CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) a sham Leftist organization designed to present a peaceful façade for Islam is upset with Rashid, saying- “What he’s doing is wrong and doesn’t reflect the community at all.”
Still, they are content to dismiss his “antics,” but rest assured, should he snap and do something crazy, CAIR will be the first ones out there saying it’s all a big misunderstanding.
Vigilance is key, whether watching Rashid’s group or CAIR’s spin.
Source: Star Tribune