By electing a candidate who’s distanced himself from Washington’s hawkish rhetoric, Americans are rejecting terrorism and extremism, and voicing a desire to improve relations with other countries, according to Fajer Zeidan, secretary-general of the Syrian Forces Union.
Fajer Zeidan, secretary-general of the Syrian Forces Union, believes that by saying “yes” to Donald Trump, American voters voiced a desire to save their country from terrorists and extremists, while bolstering ties with other countries.
In an interview with Sputnik Arabic, Zeidan said that the Obama administration, which at one point included Hillary Clinton, supported extremists such as the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and Daesh (ISIL/ISIS) in Iraq and Syria.
He expressed hope that the new US Administration will manage to change this political course.
“We hope that the new Administration [of the White House] will do away with the financing of terrorism emanating from the US and some Arab countries so that a political solution to the crisis [in Syria] may be achieved, in line…
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