VIDEO: Imam on Terror Watch List Delivers Opening Prayer at Utah State Senate Session

Did the person from the Utah Senate who invited Yussuf Awadir Abdi to deliver this prayer know that he was on the terror watch list? Did he or she care? Or was virtue-signaling the paramount imperative here, overriding all other considerations?

“Imam on terrorist watch list delivers opening prayer during Utah Senate Session,” Deplorable Kel, May 8, 2020 (thanks to George):

Yussuf Awadir Abdi, an Imam who is on a federal government terrorist watch list, delivered the opening prayer at a Utah Senate Session in February 2020.

After delivering the prayer, Abdi took to Facebook to praise “allah”. He wrote:

All praises is due to Allaah who gave me to mention his name and his prayer front of our state senators. Thank you UTAH Muslim Civic league for giving me this opportunity.

Abdi was placed on the terrorist watch list in 2014 and later fought in court to be removed from the list, but his request was denied by the Judge.

Abdi is the imam of Salt Lake City’s Madina Masjid Islamic Center.


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1 reply
  1. Patricia dobbins
    Patricia dobbins says:

    So you had a Muslim to pray before the senate. Haven’t y’all degraded GOD. You’ve mocked him over and over and over. Now you are praying too Allah. Justice will come for those who have mocked GOD, count on it


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