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Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden addresses supporters at his Super Tuesday night rally in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 3, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Blake

“Biden” pledges to lift the ban imposed by Trump on citizens of Islamic countries if he wins the US elections.

The likely candidate for the US elections for the Democratic Party, “Joe Biden,” said that if he is installed as President of the United States, he will end the ban on entry of citizens of Islamic countries to the United States of America, which was previously imposed by President Donald Trump.

Biden called in press statements, Monday, the Muslims for his support, and pledged to stand by the Muslim minorities around the world, calling for about a million Muslims to vote for him, and make the Trump presidency a single presidential term, and Biden cited the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, “if one sees an evil act, so let him change his hand, if he cannot, with his tongue, if he cannot, with his heart, this is the least he can do”.

Biden pointed out that Trump has appointed people known for her Islamophobic tendencies in sensitive locations, which contradicts American values, and sends a wrong message to the world that undermines the position of the United States, as well as making it a country that is mocked by others.

Biden noted that the pressures on Muslims has not ended in the United States, and that he will work with Congress to pass new legislation to confront hate and humiliation crimes, which affected Americans of Islamic, Latin and African descent during the Trump era.

It is worth noting that US President Donald Trump issued a decision since he assumed the presidency of the United States in 2017 to ban citizens coming from Iraq, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.

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