should not face inequity following attacks in Paris or elsewhere linked to the fanatics.
His comments appeared targeted at countering the
call by Donald Trump- Republican presidential candidate to ban Muslims from
entering the United States.
He wrote that, “After the Paris attacks, I
can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the
actions of the others,”
Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against the attacks on all communities.
Even if the attack is not against you today, but attacks on freedom for anyone
will hurt everyone definitely”.
Donald caused the international violence Monday,
when he demanded a complete ban on Muslims traveling to the United States. Trump
currently leads the Republican polls by double digit margins over nearest
rivals. Fellow GOP candidates were among those, who are criticizing his plan,
but the senior party figures have refused to throw Donald under the bus, or rule
out voting for him.
By addressing Muslims, Mark Zuckerberg wrote
that, “If you’re a Muslim in this community, then as the leader of Facebook I want
you all to know that you are always most welcome here and that we will fight to
create a safe and peaceful environment for you and protect your rights”.