A nightmare for religious people worldwide.
We all know Soros’ Open Society Foundations is an open borders globalist group.
India is one of the most religiously oppressive countries in the world.
Probably placed in office by Modi via India’s unregistered foreign agents USINPAC.
Muslims do not beleive in religious liberties, neither do India + Hindoos.
New York, July 31 (IANS) President Joe Biden has nominated an Indian-American, Rashad Hussain, as the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, and if approved by the Senate he will be the first Muslim to head US diplomacy for advancing religious liberties.
Making the announcement on Friday, the White House said that Biden is appointing a Pakistani American Khizr Khan to be a member of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom (USICRF), along with two others.
The USICRF publishes the annual report of religious freedom around the world as it advocates for religious freedom around the world and designates violators of religious liberties.
Early life and education
Hussain was born in Wyoming and was raised in Plano, Texas, the son of Indian-American immigrants. His father, Mohammad Akbar Hussain, was a mining engineer. His mother Ruqaiya, his older sister Lubna and his younger brother Saad are medical doctors. Hussain is a graduate of Greenhill School in Dallas, Texas. While at Greenhill, Hussain was a member of the school’s nationally recognized policy-debate team, partnering with Josh Goldberg to win the Texas state debate championship and a number of national competitions.
Hussain completed a bachelor’s degree in two years, in both philosophy and political science, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. His philosophy thesis was titled “Assessing the Theistic Implications of Big Bang Cosmological Theory.” He holds an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government and a Masters degree in Arabic and Islamic Studies, both from Harvard University, and a J.D. from Yale Law School. At Yale, he served as an editor of the Yale Law Journal.
After college, but before entering law school, he worked as a legislative aide for the House Judiciary Committee, where he served during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and reviewed the USA Patriot Act and other bills. He was a 2003 Fellow of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans. Following law school, Hussain served as a law clerk for civil rights icon Damon J. Keith of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.