I’m here on this trip to reaffirm the special relationship between Israel and the United States, my abiding commitment to its security
Looks like MR is NOT voting in the 2008 election. Check out what the Arab News media have said about this here.
Edit: I will vote still, just because I want to see a Black man become the President of the United States. Other then that, both candidates are not in the benefit for the Muslims in my opinion.
Source: BBC News
“I don’t think that’s in any way going to be something to worry about. I myself am not speaking for him. But we are here, we love people in general. People love us. I myself love people who love me. You know, so, everything’s mutual. I can’t go [sic] in terms of Israel and Kenya and America, and so forth, you know, but based on what else I’ve heard him say and what I know of him as an individual, I don’t think Israel should worry too much, you know, about the connection. Because, I am a Muslim myself, and I don’t think that my being a Muslim has got anything to do with my brother being the President of the United States.”
This was a radio interview with an Israeli or Palestinian station. Not sure which station, but ABC News got it from the Israeli Army Radio. The reason I think it could be a Palestinian one is that at the end of the interview he says “Asalamualykum”, acknowledging he was being interviewed by a Musim. I don’t think Israeli stations have Muslims on them so this is why I assume it might have been a Palestinian one. Besides that point, I think Malik was right to say what he said. It doesn’t matter if Barack Obama’s half brother is a Muslim.
It’s really amazing how God has planned all this out and there is a strong possibility that the next President of the United States will have a Muslim lineage. God is the best of all planners.
It is clear. Very clear. Open your eyes.
May God bring peace and stability to all the innocent people. May God deliver justice to the oppressors. Ameen!