Source: Laura Loomer, August 19, 2019
“It is required that one converts to Islam before he prays, then to purify himself, and then fulfill the conditions of prayer. He is included in the obligation of prayer, and he is to be punished if he does not become Muslim and pray, but it will not be accepted from him unless he enters Islam.”
Wolf has not publicly disclosed his conversion to Islam, but photos circulating on social media of Wolf bowing over on a prayer rug suggest the Governor is now Muslim.
In March, Wolf ignited claims that he is anti-Christian after he attacked a Republican’s decision to open a voting session with a prayer and a thank-you to President Trump for supporting Israel.
State Rep. Stephanie Borowicz, a Republican who is also a pastor’s wife was slammed by Wolf after she invoked the name of Jesus 13 times before the Legislature swore in Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, its first Muslim woman, at the Statehouse in Harrisburg.
Wolf issued an apology to Harell on behalf of all Pennsylvanians after Borowicz’s prayer.
“I was horrified. I grew up in Pennsylvania,” Wolf said. “Pennsylvania was founded by William Penn on the basis of freedom of conscience. I have a strong spiritual sense. This is not a reflection of the religion I grew up in.”
Despite the fact that Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell has a history of working with Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, which is notorious for its openly anti-Jewish rhetoric, Wolf has joined arms with her and the other Islamic individuals in Pennsylvania who are openly attacking Jews and Christians.