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Muslims React to Donald Trump’s “I Think Islam Hates Us” Comment

In an interview with CNN, Republican Presidential nominee hopeful Donald Trump said “I think Islam hates us”.
Not only does this not make any sense, since Islam is not a person, such rhetoric is divisive.

In response, Muslims took to Twitter to highlight some Muslim contributions to society.

The Muslim Vibe website who promoted the hashtag kicked it off with this tweet:

Some highlighted Muslim contributions to Science and Mathematics:

And others tweeted about the contribution of Muslim professionals:

Dawud noted that it was a Muslim country which first recognised America’s independence:

Donald Trump’s own family history was also mentioned:

This is how IlmFeed reacted to Donald Trump’s comments:

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