Muslims asked before being allowed to meet Republican lawmaker ‘do you beat your wife’


He reportedly Muslims in Oklahoma if they beat their wives before they are granted permission to meet with Republican RepIt was a branch of the state of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) organized a day where Muslims are in the Oklahoma House of Representatives can meet – only to be told that the Republican Party representative John Bennett did not meet with anyone who even filled the questionnaire.

Executive Director of CAIR-Oklahoma Adam Soltani posted on Facebook: “I just have some of our community members informed me that Rep. John Bennett refuses to meet with Muslims only if they answer the questions of anti-Muslim hate-called ACT for America, a group …”.

According to the raw story of Sultani said the bulletin “was distributed by the Office [Bennett] [Thursday] when three students from the School of Peace Academy Tulsa went to visit his office and asked to speak with him as citizens of Oklahoma.”

And included in the question paper, “The Koran and the Sunna of Mohammed the law and the law of all schools and says that the husband can beat his wife, do you hit your wife?” She also asked: “the law says that you must control the infidels and non-Muslims Do you agree with that?”

Both have criticized the feelings of the survey and Bennett himself Kerr. Sultani claimed that Bennett has a history of making comments hostile to Islam. The team Bennett does not respond immediately to a request for comment.