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One morning, I asked him about them over breakfast.“Are you the spear-tip of a vast Muslim conspiracy to bring Sharia law to the US?
The wind made an awful rattling sound on the screens. The wind and the rain whipped into the house, “as if the ocean was coming at you.”El-Sayed’s father, Muhammad, crawled on his stomach to shut the door, the rain whipping his face, the wind beating his body.El-Sayed’s stump speech revolves around fleshing out his personal story.He’s the son of an Egyptian immigrant, who remarried to a now-converted white, rural protestant mother.The city itself, the largest town in the county, holds only about 20,000 people.It is the kind of place with lots and lots of American flags.
Afterward, I asked the man who asked the Sharia question if, after hearing El-Sayed speak, he thought he would bring Sharia law to the United States.“No,” the man said.