Please listen to the video below and tell us what you get from it. If this Imam is telling his people that America will be a Muslim nation then should we deduce that this message is being passed on to other Muslim congregations around America? FYI – there are over 200,000 Muslims in Virginia and about 14 Mosques in Northern Virginia (see map below).
Imam Sulaiman Jalloh said that Islam was the “only solution to solve America’s problems” and that it would solve the world’s problems, but that none of the Muslim countries could serve as an example of the implementation of Islam to solve life’s problems. Imam Jalloh, who gives English-language sermons in several mosques, including Dar Al Noor in Manassas, Virginia, further said that America has “great potential” and that he believed that “it will be a Muslim nation, and potentially one of the best Muslim nations that you will see in a long time.” His sermon, titled “The Source of Slavery & Nazi Laws,” was posted on his YouTube channel on June 22.
The area in northern Virginia were this Imam speaks is heavily populated with Muslims…One look at the map of the area tells you there are bucket loads of mosques that have popped up. This is also confirmed in an article from 2016 that confirms that deep roots are being planted by Muslims in the area of northern Virginia.
Loudon Times reports:
Despite increasingly heated and divisive anti-Muslim rhetoric amongst some groups in the western world, the Loudoun-based All Dulles Area Muslim Society is not only enduring, it is thriving.
The ADAMS Center, headquartered in Sterling, is one of the largest mosques in the country and continues to rapidly grow. It serves more than 5,000 Muslim families at 11 branches across Northern Virginia. The center just broke ground to double the size of its Sterling location and has several other expansion projects in its other locations.
As members of the ADAMS Center spread out and move into new homes, so does the mosque.
“We are growing throughout the region,” said Jaka. “It’s a natural growth from our community. We are establishing more local centers in new areas as people from our community move out to new places.”
When construction on the mosque’s headquarters is completed, the building will be 50,000 square feet. Jaka says the expansion will allow the mosque to have a full-time sanctuary and the center’s youth programs to expand.
As the mosque expands, its roots grow deeper in Loudoun and Northern Virginia. Its youth programs also continue to grow and to enrich new generations of Muslims who will continue the tradition of community leadership.