President Obama and Donald Trump’s views regarding Muslims are converging


I voted for President Obama twice, hoping that he would be “the” President who will bring harmony and peace to people from all races and religious backgrounds. However, his steadfast support for the discriminatory visa bill, which singles out dual nationals from Syria, Iran, Iraq and Sudan, speaks volumes as to where he truly stands–not that far from Donald Trump who publicly stated that all Muslims should be barred from entering Unites States.

The identities of the nineteen 911 hijackers are as follow: Fifteen from Saudi Arabia; one from Egypt, two from the United Arab Emirates, and one from Lebanon.

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Given the above facts, isn’t it odd that none of the above countries are listed on the discriminatory visa bill that President Obama just signed? Could the horrific acts of 911 have been intercepted if this visa bill was signed into law prior to the attacks? How about the recent terrorist acts in Paris or San Bernardino? The answer to all is an overwhelming NO.

What is even more troublesome is that the visa wavier bill states that Iran is a county that sponsors terrorism. If that were the case, then why did President Obama signed a nuclear deal with Iran a few months ago that would free up $ 100 billion of frozen (sanctioned) assets, which could provide tremendous wealth to the government of Iran to sponsor even more acts of terrorism. You cannot have your cake and eat it too! If the American government has credible intelligence that links the government of Iran to a state that sponsors terrorism–as clearly stated in the visa wavier bill–then don’t make deals and release funds to assist them with their activities.

I am not advocating that a visa discriminatory bill should be issued against dual citizens of any country, but if there needs to be one , then why not Saudi Arabia instead of Iran? What facts support the notion that putting more travel restrictions upon the law-abiding dual citizens of Iran will make America a safer place.

It makes absolutely no logical sense to make a deal with Iran and then turn around and label the state as a country that sponsors terrorism and discriminate against dual Iranian nationals. The problem is that the deal is made with the “bad guys,” whereas the discrimination is enforced upon the “good guys” who pose no threat to the United States and their allies. The “good guys,” including myself, are willing and ready to help the United States with any type of intelligent services that we can provide to assist with their counter-terrorism efforts. Instead of labeling and discriminating against dual nationals, work with them and use them to win the war against terrorism worldwide.

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White House stands by what visa bill critics call discriminatory

Azadeh Tabazadeh


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