Trump exhorts Muslim countries to expel “extremists”

The American president called for extremists to be driven out of their places of worship, communities and Holy Land
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21/05/2017
13:08
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American President, Donald Trump, exhorted the 55 Muslim leaders taking part in the Riyadh Summit to drive extremists out of their places of worship, communities and Holy Land.

President Trump started by saying: “"We are not here to lecture - we are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be, or how to worship, instead, we are here to offer partnership - based on shared interests and values - to pursue a better future for us all."

"Terrorists do not worship God. They worship death," he continued. "If you choose the path of terror, your life will be empty, your life will be brief and your soul will be full condemned

The United States is getting ready to fight side by side with Muslim countries in the search for “security and common interests”, assured Trump, reaching out to the participants, among which there are African, Asian and Middle Eastern countries.

“Middle Eastern countries cannot wait for the American power to crush the enemy. Middle Eastern countries have to decide what kind of future they want for themselves, their countries and their children.” He added.

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