As PJM reported, Sen. Patrick Colbeck, a Republican primary candidate for governor, has questioned El-Sayed’s familial connections to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Colbeck didn’t back away from the allegation during the May 10 debate that included gubernatorial candidates from both parties. But he did say, “I love Muslims. It’s not an issue.”
While El-Sayed, a practicing Muslim, did not respond to Colbeck by name, he did call on the Republican candidates to come out against Islamophobia and racism.
And then the former executive director of the Detroit Health Department said, without mentioning Colbeck, “You may not hate Muslims, but Muslims hate you.”
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