Washington: An important bill in favor of Muslims has been passed in the US Congress.
The bill, proposed by Elhan Omar, proposes the appointment of a special envoy to report on Islamophobia, and the White House has backed the bill.
According to foreign media reports,
The US House of Representatives has passed an important bill against Islamophobia.
During the debate in the US Congress, Congressman Scott Perry called Alhan Omar a terrorist and opposed the bill, but all Democrats voted in favor of the bill, with the speaker deleting Scott Perry’s words from Parliament.
The White House backed the bill, declaring freedom of religion to be a fundamental right. One such representative was already in the State Department to report anti-Semitic incidents, and will now have a representative for Muslims.