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Muslims Are ‘Protecting Each Other’ and ‘Not Reporting’ Suspicious Activity : Trump

Donald Trump told ITV that Muslims aren’t reporting terrorism suspects and that “they’re protecting each other.”
Addressing British and American Muslims, Trump said, “When they see trouble, they have to report it. They’re not reporting it. They are absolutely not reporting it, and that’s a big problem.”Trump vowed that if he were to be elected president, he would “hit ISIS so hard you wouldn’t believe it.”
Speaking about the capture last week of Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam, Trump said the fugitive “was in his neighborhood, where he grew up, and nobody even turned him in. Many people knew he was there, and yet he was the No. 1 wanted fugitive in the world.” “He was there and everybody from that area knew he was there, nobody turned him in. There’s something going on and there’s something wrong,” Trump added, according to quotes posted on ITV’s website.
Despite his criticism of Muslims, Trump told Morgan, “I have great respect for Muslims, I have many friends that are Muslims.” “I am just saying there is something with a radicalized portion that is very, very bad and very dangerous,” Trump said, according to additional quotes posted by the Telegraph.

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Muslims Are ‘Protecting Each Other’ and ‘Not Reporting’ Suspicious Activity : Trump

Saturday, March 26, 2016 1:47 am

Donald Trump told ITV that Muslims aren’t reporting terrorism suspects and that “they’re protecting each other.”
Addressing British and American Muslims, Trump said, “When they see trouble, they have to report it. They’re not reporting it. They are absolutely not reporting it, and that’s a big problem.”Trump vowed that if he were to be elected president, he would “hit ISIS so hard you wouldn’t believe it.”
Speaking about the capture last week of Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam, Trump said the fugitive “was in his neighborhood, where he grew up, and nobody even turned him in. Many people knew he was there, and yet he was the No. 1 wanted fugitive in the world.” “He was there and everybody from that area knew he was there, nobody turned him in. There’s something going on and there’s something wrong,” Trump added, according to quotes posted on ITV’s website.
Despite his criticism of Muslims, Trump told Morgan, “I have great respect for Muslims, I have many friends that are Muslims.” “I am just saying there is something with a radicalized portion that is very, very bad and very dangerous,” Trump said, according to additional quotes posted by the Telegraph.

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