As Liberal Americans Burn Their Own Nation, Arab World Supports Trump’s Ban



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Feb 10 2017
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On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States,” which temporarily halts the entry of foreign nationals from 7 Muslim countries – Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen. Six of them are Arab countries.

 

Since then, Americans (or rather liberal Americans) are still angrily demonstrating against the executive order issued by President Donald Trump. Kuwait, a Muslim nation supposedly angrier than those liberal Americans, had instead taken a page from Trump administration – suspended the issuance of visas for nationals of Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran.

Seven Muslim Countries Banned Under President Trump Executive Order - Map

It was indeed a bizarre scenario to see non-Muslim Americans foaming at the mouth demonstrating against their own president when the actual Muslims in the Middle East agreeing to Trump’s executive order to temporarily halts the entry of nationals from those 7 countries – for the next 90 days – so that a better screening process could be put in place.

 

The Muslim World must be very pleased that the Americans are actually more Muslim than the Muslims and more Arab than the Arabs. No wonder Muslims from around the globe are fighting tooth and nails trying to enter the United States, despite calling America the “Great Satan” and an evil country. Can they make up their mind whether America is a hell or a paradise?

Muslim Against Evil Satan America 

What the American so-called liberal mainstream media won’t report is the reaction from the Arab countries. Has anyone notice that aside from liberal Americans rioting and destroying their own country, the Middle East countries have been surprisingly silent on President Trump’s executive order against their Muslim brothers? We’re not talking about Kuwait, mind you.

 

According to MEMRI reports, the Arab countries couldn’t agree that Trump’s action should be slammed or criticised. At best, they have merely issued a moderate and cautious statement, as what Arab League secretary-general had done. In fact, several Arab countries had refrained from commenting on the order altogether, preferring to maintain good relations with Trump administration.

Jordanian King Abdullah II Meets U.S. President Donald Trump

Among major Arab countries that refrained from commenting on Trump’s executive order altogether are Egypt, Morocco, and Jordan – whose King Abdullah was the first Arab leader to meet with President Trump after his inauguration. But what were the reactions from Saudi Arabia, the leader of the Arab and Islamic world?

 

While the ignorant and dumb liberal Americans plotting and planning to burn down their own nation, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as the wealthy UAE, supported U.S. President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning nationals from the 7 Muslim countries. Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih told the BBC – “It is the U.S.’s right to ensure the security of its people.”

Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih

Defending Donald Trump, UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan said – “Countries undoubtedly have the right to make sovereign decisions. The U.S. made a move as part of these sovereign decisions. There is an attempt to give the impression that this executive order targets a certain religion. This is not true.”

 

Qatar, a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, which the Trump administration is reportedly considering defining as a terrorist organization, settled for a lame and restrained statement. It’s foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani said that the 7 Islamic countries cannot be considered a source of terrorism, and called on Trump to reconsider his executive order.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi

Even the most critical voice – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi – said “President Trump’s decisions are wrong, and they harm the Iraqis who are fighting terrorism. We want to hunt down the terrorists and their funds. I hope Trump’s decisions will be rectified. We have options, and we are looking into them. I am working to find a solution that will lead to a reversal of Trump’s decisions.”

 

The Sudanese Foreign Ministry expressed displeasure that Sudanese citizens were included in the executive order, but stressed that it would continue to cooperate with the U.S. in the struggle against terrorism. On the other hand, Yemen’s Foreign Ministry said that Yemen is suffering from the fighting of terrorism, and that “decisions such as these support the position of extremists and create division.”

Saudi Arabia King Salman Thumbs Up

Generally, the wealthiest Arab nations are either supportive of Trump’s executive order or simply refuse to condemn in a meaningful way on the U.S.’ decision. Only social activists, liberal politicians, and jurists within the U.S. are gung-ho about stopping Trump’s executive order, so much so that they wanted their own president assassinated.

 

Or course, there’s one compelling reason why the Arab world led by Saudi Arabia isn’t offended by Trump’s ban on the 7 Muslim countries. Iran, a traditional Saudi enemy and the leader of the Shia / Shiite Islamic world, was included in the list together with Iraq and Yemen. To the Saudi and the rest of Sunni Muslim countries, their enemy’s enemy is their friend.

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Again, this is another proof that the Sunni Muslims hate their own brother Shia / Shiite Muslims more than the Kafirs consisting of Christians and Jews. This brings back the basic question to the liberals – what’s so horribly wrong with Trump’s ban on 7 Muslim countries when the authentic Muslims from Arab world are supportive of such ban?

 

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