Trump’s Iftari, Demonstrating Protests From Muslims Outside The White House
US President Donald Trump can organize the Iftar dinner on Wednesday, calling all Muslims ‘Ramjan Mubarak’ in the holy month of Ramazan. Trump’s Iftari, Demonstrating Protests From Muslims Outside The White House.
Iftar does not take any protest against Ramzan Holidays this year, the Iftar Dinner can organize in the White House on Wednesday.
However, this move of Trump may surprise the Muslim community. Because last year Trump did not organize Ramzan’s Iftar party under the Muslim-Ban campaign.
Invites to Muslim-majority countries Ambassadors
Send a message of Trump unity in Iftar Dinar. This dinner can invite to the Muslim-majority countries such as Saudi Arabia, Kuwaiti, Jordan and United Arab Emirates ambassadors and Cabinet Members.
Trump said, ‘On this evening, we have come together to celebrate one of the world’s greatest religious traditions.’
This After Dinner has a dramatic turn in Trump’s Muslim Ban Campaign. During his Muslim-Ben campaign, Trump has ordered Muslim citizens coming from Muslim-majority countries for ‘complete admission block’ in America.
Trump ordered Muslims to ‘complete and shuttle shutdown’ for travel or shelter in the United States. In an interview given to CNN in the early days of Trump Presidential Period, civilian casualties from the Syrian refugee camp compared to the dangerous snake in the Civil War. Trump also gave a controversial statement to ‘I think Islam hates us’.
Remembering to visit Saudi Arabia
In contrast to the CNN interview, Trump can greet by the Middle East as a ‘valued partner’ during Iftar dinner.
Trump remembers his trip to Saudi Arabia before dinner. Trump said that the Saudi trip was my first foreign trip and that was the best days of my life for two days.
He said, ‘It is necessary for us to work together with each other for future security and prosperity.’
However, this dinner can oppose the American Muslim community. It is worth mentioning that the trial court’s travel arrangements are pending in the United States Supreme Court. This policy of Trump is condemned by some Muslim-majority countries. The Supreme Court is likely to make a decision on the ‘Travel Bans’ policy at the end of this month.
Banners of ‘No Trump Iftar’ outside White House
In America, some Muslim Civil Rights Groups had protested against Iftar Dinner organized on Wednesday evening. Protestors had demonstrated in the park outside the White House with banners of ‘No Trump Iftar’.
A group said that due to anti-Muslim sentiments of Trump, Muslim American problems have increased.
Sheriff Eli, CEO of Islamic Relief USA, said that we are delighted to know that the White House is being organized again once again. Iftar Dinner is an event that should be organized every year.
In addition, the Sheriff Administration appealed to resolve the questions affecting their beneficiaries. Including travel bans, proposed cuts in the social welfare program, etc.