Horror/fear strikes the Muslim world: Trump wins after months of anti-Islamic rhetoric 



UK Daily Mail:Trump called for ban on all Muslims entering U.S. after Orlando shooting

  • Islamic scholar believes the result would act as a powerplay for terrorists
  • Muslims across Asia are struggling to accept the news Trump had won
  • Activists are afraid the Republican win will spark even more warfare   

OpinionAl-Hijra: Obama’s stealth jihad through immigration is dead – and the Arab world is unhappy. The two-state solution is dead and the Edomite world is real unhappy; the plan to separate Jerusalem from Israel is falling apart making the UN and Mr. Obama exceedingly unhappy.

What could be better?

In his congratulations to President Trump, Israel Education Minister Naftali Bennett said “the era of a Palestinian state is over:”

“Trump’s victory is an opportunity for Israel to immediately retract the notion of a Palestinian state in the center of the country, which would hurt our security and just cause. This is the position of the President-elect, as written in his platform, and it should be our policy, plain and simple”.

The era of America’s Commander-in-Chief being an apologist for the terrorist government of Mahmoud Abbas  is over. The era of America’s Secretary of State drawing moral equivalence between Hamas rockets and terror tunnels and Israel’s Democratic government protecting it’s citizens is over. And the era of separating Jerusalem from Israel, is over as well.

For eight years we were told by the Obama National Security team that groups like the Muslim Brotherhood “eschewed” violence despite proven ties to al Qaeda, Hamas and Islamic Jihad and a long list of new splinter cells.

We were told that it was the right thing to do to give Islamic groups with known terror ties a seat at the president’s table and we were told that Iran’s new president Hassan Rouhani was leading that nation in a moderate direction.

All lies.

We quoted Daniel 2:21 and Romans 13:1 yesterday and it will be important for us to keep both verses in our hearts in the tumultuous days ahead.

God blessed America last night, and that is good.