Update: The photographs of Governor Tom Wolf praying are from a Muslim religious event that Wolf hosted in an official capacity at the Pennsylvania governor’s residence in August 2019 during Eid al-Adha celebrations.
Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf was spotted in recent photographs praising Allah.
سبحانك اللهم و بحمدك، وتبارك اسمك، و تعالى جدك، ولا إله غيرك
“O Allah, how perfect You are and praise be to You. Blessed is Your name, and exalted is Your majesty. There is no god but You.”
Governor Wolf’s official Islamic conversation has not yet been made public, other than these photographs circulating on social media.
It has become evident through the photographs that Wolf has in fact already converted. According to Islam it is not permissible for a non-Muslim to pray either in the ranks or on his own.
It is required that one converts to Islam before he prays, then to purify himself [by doing ghusl], and then fulfil 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 offered some welcoming remarks to the thousands who came from around the world to Harrisburg for the annual convention. Wolf used the opportunity to become acquainted with Muslims, their food and the Islamic culture.
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