A Muslim Woman’s Perspective: Why I Voted for Trump

Leftists will hate this-Muslim woman explain why she voted for Trump

A Muslim Woman’s Perspective:

It’s important to acknowledge that challenges within Islam must be addressed. However, it’s unfair to assume that all Muslims are radical. Many are good people who also live in fear of extremists. To deal with radical individuals, a system must be in place to handle them effectively. While there are those who wish to push their agenda, it’s crucial to maintain a sense of balance and not unfairly target all Muslims.

Asra Nomani declared herself one of President-elect Donald Trump’s silent supporters in an opinion piece she wrote in the Washington Post Thursday: “I’m a Muslim, a woman and an immigrant. I voted for Trump.”

As you can see, I don’t have horns on my head, but I’m being labelled as a traitor and an idiot by my fellow liberals. Some have even wished for Allah to send me to hell. However, none of that bothers me because I’m receiving more responses than I ever have in my 30 years of journalism from people who are grateful that I’m speaking out against the polarization.

In my article for the Post, I explained that I voted for President Obama in 2008 and 2012, but I became a Trump supporter due to his stance on Islamic terrorism. As a liberal Muslim who has experienced firsthand the effects of Islamic extremism, I disagree with the Democratic Party’s decision to avoid addressing “Islam” in the Islamic State.

I want to clarify that I don’t believe Trump is an Islamophobe, racist, or bigot. While he can be insensitive at times, his proposals reflect the reality of people’s concerns about an issue that is taking lives from Orlando to Paris.

Alter the Angle: Alter the outlook.

At first glance, it may seem unrelated to covering a wide range of topics that are not directly related to financial markets. However, the truth is that all these fields are interconnected, and the free market forces no longer exist. Manipulation is prevalent in everything, from the food you consume to the information you receive. Being aware of this fact can help you plan accordingly. Identifying the problem is a significant part of the solution, and most people fail to take action because they do not comprehend the issue.

This is why we are the only financial website that covers a broad spectrum of topics that may seem unrelated but are, in fact, deeply intertwined. Mass psychology is a potent tool that can help you detect abnormal levels of manipulation that the masses are subjected to if used correctly. It would be wise to acquaint yourself with this concept.“ Plato’s allegory of the cave.

As someone who values freedom, your first step should be to achieve financial freedom. This will allow you to break free from the control of the top players who seek to enslave you. They want you to be like a hamster running on a spinning wheel, thinking that the faster you run, the further you’ll go. But in reality, you’re going nowhere.

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