Religion News Service: “Growth of Islam” in the US creates the “need for religious scholars”

Saturday, January 4, 2020
By Paul Martin

JAN 4, 2020

In an article from the Religion News Service, brought to you from increasingly Islamized Dearborn, Jeff Karoub and Noreen Nasir assert that the “US growth of Islam creates” the “need for religious scholars.” No, it doesn’t. What it does create is more need to protect free societies from Islamization, not any need for unregulated religious scholars, especially those trained in countries that implement Sharia.

The article features imam Sayed Mohammad Baqer Al-Qazwini of Dearborn, Michigan. All meat in Dearborn public schools is halal. An Arab-American National Museum held a town hall on Japanese internment and the Trump travel ban — implying that Trump’s temporary ban on countries of concern (which were chosen by Obama) was an atrocity. Even Politico raised concerns about Dearborn since 2016:

“Dearborn, Michigan may be the closest thing America has to a Mollenbeek, the seething, Islamicized neighborhood of Brussels believed to have harbored the terrorists involved in both the metro and airport attacks this week and last fall’s slaughter in Paris.

Al-Qazwini’s father Hassan Qazwini, is supposedly descended of Muhammad, and Hassan Qazwini’s father, Sayed Mortadha Al Qazwini, was an Iraqi Ayatollah. Hassan Qazwini states:

“In many other states there are mosques with no … functional imam, who can assume the responsibilities of the religious leader or even speak,” said Islamic Institute of America leader Imam Hassan Qazwini, who started the seminary with his son. “I thought maybe a long-term solution for facing this shortage is to have our own Shiite Islamic seminary in the U.S., instead of waiting for imams to come.”

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