This article is just one of the many Muslims-are-victims pieces to which the defeated mainstream media propagandists are treating us today. None of them contain any suggestions for containing or rolling back the jihad threat, or any recognition that people are suspicious of Islam because of jihad terror, not because of Donald Trump’s rhetoric.
“I am disappointed to see Donald Trump winning because Hillary Clinton is a good woman, she is good for Pakistan and Muslims all over the world.”
The problem is that what is good for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is not necessarily good for free people, anywhere in the world.
“Americans have just screwed the world yet again’: Horror and fear strikes the Muslim world as Trump wins after months of anti-Islamic rhetoric,” by Gareth Davies, Mailonline, November 9, 2016:
Horror and fear swept through Muslim countries after Donald Trump was confirmed as President of the Unites States after months of anti-Islamic rhetoric.
The Republican made his most controversial remarks about Islam in December last year, sparking anger among the world’s 1.5billion followers of Islam when he called for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. after a mass shooting in California.
Muslims across Asia were struggling this morning to accept the news the populist candidate will take office in the White House, saying that ISIS would be happy he won the presidency race.
‘Americans have just screwed the world yet again,’ said Syed Tashfin Chowdhury, a Bangladeshi who has several close friends in the US.
Thousands in the country watched in shock as the results rolled in and Facebook lit up with horrified reactions.
‘I’m very afraid, will there be more wars? Will America attack Muslim countries again?’ asked Indonesian activist Alijah Diete as Donald Trump edged closer to a shock victory in the US election….
Zuhairi Misrawi, an Islamic scholar from moderate Indonesian Islamic organisation Nahdlatul Ulama, reacted to the news by saying it would be seen as a powerplay for terrorists across the globe.
‘When the United States uses hard power, extremists gain a momentum,’ he said.
‘Those who will be the happiest when Trump wins are ISIS.’…
A teacher at a school in the United Arab Emirates told MailOnline when he broke the news of the result to his class, children told him they would never be able to go to America again.
He said: ‘It’s so sad. They are genuinely worried.
‘I didn’t think it would have this sort of affect.’
A senior Pakistani government official, speaking anonymously, called the news ‘absolutely atrocious and horrifying’ while others in the country also lamented the results.
‘I am disappointed to see Donald Trump winning because Hillary Clinton is a good woman, she is good for Pakistan and Muslims all over the world,’ said Ishaq Khan, 32, speaking at an Islamabad market.
‘She was talking about world peace – but Trump was talking about fighting against Muslims.’…
In Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country, there was growing nervousness about how the relationship with traditional ally the United States would shape up, and how a Trump presidency would affect relations between America and the Muslim world.
‘I am very concerned that the relationship between the US and Muslim countries will become tense again,’ said the female Muslim activist Diete, 47.
Nikken Suardini, who works for a law firm in the capital Jakarta, was concerned about the proposed Muslim ban, saying: ‘If he is elected president he will block Muslims from entering the US – well, that’s just not fair.’…
Tahir Ashrafi, a senior Pakistani government cleric, said: ‘We hope that Trump’s remarks against Muslims were only to boost his campaign and he will realise that Muslims are a large population in the U.S.’
A spokesman for Indonesian hardline group the Islamic Defenders’ Front said: ‘Muslims are foreigners to him.’