US cities in Michigan elect initial Muslim mayors


In Tuesday’s mayoral elections in a US, dual Muslim Americans were inaugurated to lead cities in Michigan.

Abdullah Hammoud became Dearborn’s initial Muslim mayor. The 31-year-old state deputy degraded former state deputy Gary Woronchak garnering scarcely 55% of votes.

Dearborn is a city famous for a vast Arab and Muslim population.

“Dearborn, we won! I’m respected shamed by today’s support. Our residents spoke aloud — we wish change confidant care to tackle a hurdles a city faces. We live in a biggest city in America and I’m vehement about what we can grasp together. Let’s get to work!” he wrote on Twitter following his projected victory.

And Arab-American Amer Ghalib done story after violence longtime Hamtramck Mayor Karen Majewski.

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Ghalib garnered 68% of a votes while Majewski 31%.

Hamtramck is a usually city in America with a Muslim infancy population.

The Michigan section of a Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) congratulated a dual mayors-elect for their victories in a elections.

“Their victories are signs of not usually a increasing domestic rendezvous of Muslims in a segment though also a comfort associate Michiganians of other faiths have in ancillary Muslim candidates,” pronounced Dawud Walid, executive executive of CAIR-Michigan.

CAIR is a nation’s largest Muslim polite rights and advocacy organization.