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Police disperse Nigerian 'Free Zakzaky' protest in Abuja

Shabestan news agency:The protesters marched through the streets with placards but were dispersed by the police who fired teargas and water cannons as they made their way towards the headquarters of the National Human Rights Commission, Channelstv reported.

Time :   5/18/2017 6:58:30 PM News Code : 43007

Trump will speak about Islam in Riyadh
International: American President will address Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia on the Islamic side of peace and reconciliation

According to the report of Shabestan News Agency US President Donald Trump advisor said that US president will address Muslim leaders on his first visit to Saudi Arabia. In his address he will highlight the moderate side of Islam. It should be noted that united state has banned Muslim of many countries.  President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that banned travel into the United States for citizens from these seven countries : Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.  Trump referred to an incident in May 2011 when the FBI indicted two Iraqi citizens in Kentucky on federal terrorism charges. Both were accused of providing material support to al-Qaeda and had been involved in attacks against US forces in Iraq. But reality is totally different. Majority of the Muslim are not involved in extremism and terrorism. President Donald Trump will give speech to support Islam because his hostility to Islam is not hidden from anyone. Fifty Muslim leaders are attending this ceremony which will held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The US president advisor said the purpose of this address is to unite all the countries against the powers which are threat for the peace of whole world. Remember that Saudi Arabia is the first country which Donald trump will visit after being elected as president.

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