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    Post by Rocky Tue 23 May 2017, 2:15 am

    International Press



    Letter of Trump Islamic world a hypocrite and Transcendent

    under the title of "speech Trump Islamic year was full of hypocrisy and arrogance", criticized the British writer Robert Fisk speech delivered by US President, Donald Trump during his first foreign visit to Saudi Arabia, and said Trump , who invented the "fake news" gave a speech "false" to the Muslims of the world.  
    He added Fisk in his article , the newspaper " The Independent" British Trump condemned the "Islamic terrorism" as if terrorism is an Islamic phenomenon only, criticizing how it was not mentioned in his first speech directed to Muslims any sympathy or mercy or apology for his comments racist anti-Muslim last year 's words.
    Fisk pointed out that Trump blamed Iran and not Daesh to "ignite sedition community" calling for further isolation of the largest Shiite state in the Middle East, adding that outright bias against Tehran 's purpose is to appease Saudi Arabia , which was signed with arms agreements worth several billion
    dollars.



    Criticism of human rights for the sale of US arms to Saudi Arabia , the

    Los Angeles Times reported that human rights defenders are alarmed at the convening of the United States , a deal worth billions of dollars to sell arms to Saudi Arabia. The US president , Donald Trump, during his visit to the Saudi capital Riyadh, on his first foreign trip, signed a deal worth $ 110 billion for the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, which raised the ire of human rights groups who warned that the weapons will be used in a proxy war in Yemen, where The Saudi bombing hospitals, markets and homes , killing civilians.
    Said Eric Ferrero , communications director at Amnesty International, in a statement, said that "this deal, President Trump throws gasoline on the store of the fire and closes the door behind him," and Esctahed hard evidence that the coalition led by Saudi Arabia committed war crimes in Yemen. The "Human Rights Watch" and says it has documented 81 air strike "illegal" in the past two years in Yemen, may constitute war crimes, including about twenty strike was carried out with weapons of American.

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