Trump Islam phobia’s acts
Rapporteur- Farbod Dehghani: in all of the strange position of Donald Trump, his views on immigrants and Muslims are stranger. As we have seen, Trump had banned seven Muslim countries, including Iran's citizens to get U.S visa, immediately after entering the White House.
He also suspends any asylum seekers entrance to the country for 120 days, and issued an order to construction of the border wall with Mexico. In strange statements, Trump announced that Mexico's trade with America is a scam and Mexico must pay money for construction of the boundary wall! Following the talks, Mexican president expressed his regrets to Trump speech and canceled his to America.
Another important aspect related to Iran is Trump plans to create a safe zone in Syria, which incidentally has been welcomed by countries such as Qatar and Turkey together.
Trump said on Wednesday in an interview with ABC that he will undoubtedly create safe zones in Syria until the flood of refugees from Syria to other countries stop.
Trump had promised in his election campaign to create safe zones in Syria and Persian Gulf countries must pay for it.
The senior aide called Trump Frank Gaffney, who was an adviser to Ronald Reagan's administration also known as anti-Islamic stances, is an ardent fan to ban all Muslims entrance to the American.
Josh Earnest, former White House spokesperson said Donald Trump proposes to ban entry of Muslims in America is inconsistent with the values of America.
America under Trump is clearly changing. The promise that the United States is a welcoming place to those “yearning to breathe free” is being replaced by the vision of a man who ran a white supremacist, xenophobic themed campaign. And it appears that his reign as President will mirror that. Thankfully many groups—from Latinos to Muslims to Native Americans—are prepared to file lawsuits to thwart Trump’s agenda, where possible. As long as the judiciary remains independent of Trump, we can rely on the court system to be fair.(1)