Donald Trump‘s speech on Islam is being drafted by Stephen Miller, who previously drafted the administration’s failed travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries.!!
here are few advices, of the
Top 10 Things Trump may be saying in Saudi Arabia
10. Islam is Huooooge relegion
9. Love Beautiful Muslims babies
8. Heaven gate has my name on it
7. Marrying 4 women is ok
6. Virginity test, done that
5. Muslim Ban, just kidding.
4. Islamophobia, just Phobia!
3. Islamic State, Saudi Arabia
2. I pray at least 5 times, on golf course !
…and #1Things Trump may be saying in Saudi Arabia
The King and I…. Salamo Alikoum
My Interview with Lila Eltawely an Egyptian American Activist who is working on bringing her community to the forefront of political activism…
“I don’t consider myself an immigrant, Im as an American as everyone else”Lila Eltawely
“Our flight MS181 is officially hijacked. We’ll publish an official statement now.”, Egypt Air posted this tweet that was the beginning of the most bizarre hijacking incident in aviation history; the twisted love lust hijacking saga of a 59 year-old Egyptian, Seif Eldin Mustafa which captured the world’s attention for six hours. Apparently behind the daring adventure of Mr. Mustafa was a Cyprus woman, -and five children- … The reports about what actually happened on that flight was sketchy and comical at best.
At first the paranoid Egyptian authorities which usually blame all the world’s illnesses on the Muslim Brotherhood, identified the hijacker as Ibrahim Samaha, describing him as a university professor on his way to a conference at the University of Atlanta. Mr. Samaha’s incensed wife had to contact Egyptian media to assure them that her husband was a passenger on his way to Cairo and “certainly not the hijacker” of the ill-fated plane. The twisted hijacking saga didn’t stop there, as the world is focusing on terrorism; an act of speculation was the usual reflexive reaction.
How Donald Trump stole the election and America , my conversation with Political consultant Bob Meek,,
While the clashes have mounted as Trump comes closer to securing the nomination, this violence has been part of his campaign from the beginning. Supporters of the likely GOP nominee have been punching, kicking, choking, and harassing people at his events and in his name since he launched his campaign. It’s not surprising when he entered the presidential race by comparing Mexicans to rapists and criminals, and has since insulted women, disparaged Muslims and immigrants, and threatened violence against Black Lives Matter activists and other protesters.