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Muslims in US fear the worst if Trump wins: preacher
Muslims in the U.S. fear the worst if Donald Trump succeeds in becoming the next American president, a U.S.-based Muslim preacher told Anadolu Agency in Ankara on Wednesday.
Imam Abdul Malik Mujahid, who is the founding chairman of the Chicago-based non-governmental organization, Sound Vision Foundation and executive producer of a daily Radio Islam talk show, voiced concerns of the American Muslim community over the victory of Republican Party's presumptive presidential nominee.
In an interview, Mujahid said: "Trump is increasing Islamophobia, he is also the product of the Islamophobic environment [in the U.S.]," adding that Hispanics and blacks in America were also on the receiving end of the multi-billionaire's hate-filled rhetoric.
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