Trump Is a Boil

The main people agreeing with leading Republican candidate Donald Trump’s hateful speech toward Muslims are al-Qaida and the Islamic State group.

Lebanese politician Waleed Janblat stated that Trump and the leader of the Islamic State group, Baghdadi, are two sides of the same coin. On the surface they are igniting a religious war in the world between Muslims and Christians through hatred and primal instincts.

Trump does not possess the means necessary to carry out his plan to prevent Muslims from entering America. He treats close to 1.5 billion people by describing all of them as subscribing to the Islamic State group’s ideology. However, he is very dangerous because in the event he became president of the United States, he would be a sign of the sun setting on humanity and civilization in the number one country in the world.

Some view Trump’s latest comments as a knee-jerk reaction to world events. Republicans, however, were the first to reject Trump’s fascist fundamentalist comments. The White House has even stated the “dustbin of history-like quality of Mr. Trump’s campaign persists, and the risk [to] the rest of the modern Republican Party being dragged into that same dustbin of history along with him also persists,” and that his remarks are “disqualifying.”

The most famous Muslim American, Mohammed Ali, rejected all of these dangerous accusations against Muslims, and told American politicians that it is their historical responsibility to present a correct picture of Islam. “I am a Muslim and there is nothing Islamic about killing innocent people,” Ali stated.

Outside of America, as well, Trump’s comments were met with broad condemnation from both the United Nations and Great Britain. Even the U.S. secretary of defense stressed the danger of Trump’s remarks, highlighting the sacrifices of Muslim American soldiers who died fighting for their country.

What happened has happened. Trump is appealing to Christian fundamentalists in America. Yet, this ugly hate speech is not at all bad, because it places the issue on the table for discussion, in America, and in the entire world. It also reveals the danger of leaving crazy individuals, Muslim or Christian, in control and led by public opinion.

The most remarkable thing that was said about Trump’s remarks was said by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who commented on his support for Muslims, announcing, “As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone.”

Statements like these reveal that judging other cultures and followers of another religion is no longer a domestic issue for society.

As long as the world wants to maintain the safety and health of its mind and the integrity of public morals, it must unite in word and deed to isolate the culture of the Islamic State group and Trump.

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