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Donald Trump’s Saudi visit shows he wants strong ties with Muslims

Washington: Donald Trump’s decision to make Saudi Arabia the first stop for his maiden overseas trip shows the US President’s strong desire to build robust ties with the Islamic world and work with Muslim leaders to defeat radical terrorists, a top Trump supporter has said.

Sajid Tarar, a Pakistani-American Trump supporter, said Trump’s decision to visit Saudi Arabia reflected that he was not against Islam, but terrorists.

“It is a huge thing that he’s starting his first trip from Saudi Arabia. It reflects his will (to improve relationship with the Muslim world),” Tarar, founder of the Muslim Americans for Trump, told PTI.

Tarar was one of the few selected religious leaders invited by the White House on Thursday for the President’s National Prayers Day address in the Rose Garden wherein he announced to make Saudi Arabia his first destination of his maiden overseas trip.

Tarar was one of the few selected religious leaders invited by the White House on Thursday for the President’s National Prayers Day address in the Rose Garden wherein he announced to make Saudi Arabia his first destination of his maiden overseas trip.
PTI