Sunday, September 22, 2019

Outrage in Pakistan as Trump meets Indian PM, vows to fight Islamic terrorism

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US President Donald Trump joins Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a Howdy Modi event in Houston, Texas.
As you can see in the video below Tens of thousands of Americans attended the rally where President Trump once again declared war on radical Islamic terrorism.
Pakistan, which is actually a terror state, supports many terrorist organizations in India and Kashmir with the aim of hurting non-Muslims in the region, mainly Christians and Hindus.
Pakistan's economy is in trouble after President Trump has ordered to cut all US foreign aid.
The US military canceled $1.3 Billion in aid to Pakistan over what it calls Islamabad's failure to take action against militant groups.
President Donald Trump has previously accused Pakistan of deceiving the US while receiving billions of dollars.
Former US defense secretary James Mattis who was member of President Donald Trump’s cabinet has said he considers Pakistan as the “most dangerous country” he dealt with it in a long career spanning decades in the military because of the level of radicalization of its society and its nuclear weapons.
In Pakistan, which is well known for its barbaric blasphemy laws, Christians are often falsely accused of blasphemy. Christians often walk on eggshells to avoid such charges, since once they’re levied, no Christians are safe — even the families of the accused.
Western countries must impose sanctions on Pakistani terror regime until it stops supporting terrorism.