The outcome of the US. Presidential election has been one of the most unprecedented and most controversial event in the halls of history. Not only has his newly emerged position as the president been shocking, it has also been a troubling and annoying issue for the Muslim worls and most especially Muslim inhabitants residing in America.
Iranian American actor Pejman Vahdat wrote on his twitter handle on Wednesday: “I’m a MUSLIM AMERICAN and I am terrified to my core. I’m scared 4 my family4 my country 4 my friends. Please please stay safe.”I’m a MUSLIM AMERICAN and I am terrified to my core. I’m scared 4 my family 4 my country 4 my friends. Please please stay safe.— Pej Vahdat (@pejvahdat)November 9, 2016
Another woman wrote:”‘Everyone needs to relax’ I AM AMUSLIM AMERICAN WHO IS ABOUT TO BE LIVING UNDER A TRUMP PRESIDENCY. DO NOT TELL US TO RELAX.””Everyone needs to relax”I AM A MUSLIM AMERICAN WHO IS ABOUT TO BE LIVING UNDER A TRUMP PRESIDENCY. DO NOT TELL US TO RELAX.— lil megzi vert (@mujghannn)November 9, 2016A third user, Jahan, said: “As an Arab Muslim living in America, I am incredibly scared for not only my people, but for minorities eveywhere.”As an Arab Muslim living in America, I am incredibly scared for not only my people, but for minorities eveywhere.— Jahan (@H00PINATI)November 9, 2016Many feared Mr Trump’s victory, which has been applauded by members of the Klu Klux Klan, could see an increase in racism and hate crime.
In Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country, there was growing nervousness about how the relationship with traditional ally the United States would shape up, and how a Trump presidency would affect relations between America and the Muslim world.
Nikken Suardini, who works for a law firm in the capital Jakarta, was concerned about the proposed Muslim ban, saying: ‘If he is elected president he will block Muslims from entering the US – well, that’s just not fair.’There was also concern that tough anti-Islamic policies under Trump could fan Muslim extremism globally at a timewhen the world is struggling with a growing threat of Islamic militancy.
Above is the picture of a little 5-year old Muslim girl who cried after hearing the outcome of the US election