Source: Suhail Khan, conservative activist, Chairman of the Conservative Inclusion Coalition, Washington, DC, Al Jazeera, July 23
I am a Muslim. I am an American and I support my fellow Americans, who treat me the same. I don’t feel a bit of discrimination. In America, being a Muslim isn’t a hindrance, and I’m proud to tell you that. Why support Trump? The answer is clear: just look at the situation in the greater Middle East; from Libya to Afghanistan, there is tremendous bloodshed, beheadings, rape, sex slaving. This is not what I’d like to see.
The one nation that is supposed to preserve the dignity of mankind for the rest of world has failed to lead and to adjudicate the problems. If people want this to continue, they can vote for [Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary] Clinton.
If they want someone with vision, charisma and an ability to make decisions then the answer is Trump. I don’t think there’s any doubt that Trump is trying to serve the people and [that] he has no negative stance on Muslims.