Pakistani Taliban urge US President Donald Trump to Abandon Anti-Islam Policies

Donald Trump called for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims” entering the country during his campaign

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November 11, 2016: The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on Friday urged US President-elect Donald Trump to abandon all anti-Islam policies and release Muslims imprisoned in the country.

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“(Donald Trump) should abandon the anti-Islam policy in the name of terrorism and should release all Muslim prisoners, especially Afia Siddique, at the earliest,” said Taliban spokesperson Mohammed Khurasani in a statement.

Siddiqui, a neuroscientist, who has lived in the US for years, was sentenced to 86 years in prison after being arrested in Afghanistan, accused of trying to kill American soldiers, Efe news reported.

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He also asked Trump to put an end to the military support to Pakistan in the fight against terrorism. “Pakistan came into being in the name of Islam, therefore, we want Islamic law in it. They are killing us massively and destroying our properties for this demand,” Khurasani added in the statement. (IANS)



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