Selangor Journal

Trump’s policy adversely affects the world

SHAH ALAM, JAN 31: The United States (US) President, Donald Trump’s foreign policy is seen as widening the gap between Muslims and non-Muslims.
The Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM) President, Mohamad Raimi Abdul Rahim said, this kind of policy ultimately ignites the extremist sentiment in the form of radical Islam such as Islamic State (IS) and Islamophobia among the non-Muslims.
He said, European and Western countries are observing this policy and witnessing the rise of right-wing groups.
“ABIM is concern that Trump’s foreign policy will be emulated and practiced in the event right-wing groups take control of the politics in several countries such as France.
“Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May for example, has started to take the silent approach and refuse to critic this latest policy by Trump,” he said to SelangorKini.
Earlier, Trump had signed 10 executive orders and will be freezing tourist visas from seven countries which are Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
Raimi said, Trump’s policy on Islam also impacts other critical issues.
“This action is certainly going to affect how issues such as radical Islam, Israel-Palestine and peace efforts between Islamic countries are being determined and handled,” he said.

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