Popular Islamic Scholar Shaikh Imam Tawhidi, also known as Iman Of Peace, has taken to his Twitter handle to give Americans a weird warning over who to vote and who not to vote.
The clergyman in a Twitter message warned Americans not to vote for any candidate whose supporters includes Islamic fundamentalist, whose stock in trade is the destruction of lives and properties.
As the date of the US elections draws closer, everyone has been eager to see the outcome of who gets to become President Of The United States.
Joe Biden and Donald Trump are the major candidates in this year US election.
The Imam of Peace has sent out a warning to Americans not to vote for anybody that the Islamist extremists are supporting it.
According to his post below, he said that if he was an American in this election, he would see who the Islamist extremists are supporting and he would go and vote for the opposite candidate, ignoring the candidate that these extremists are supporting.
He added that he can live in a booming economy but can’t live with a “BOOM” every day.
” I want American to be wise in taking a decision on who leads them into prosperity and peace”, don’t cast your vote to terrorists favourite candidate, Shirk Tawhidi warns.
Imam Tawhidi is an Australian Muslim Scholar, Thinker, Educator, Speaker, and one of the main leading voices in the global movement of Islamic reform who has dedicated his life to ideologically tackling the spread of Islamic Extremism.
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