Donald Trump’s call for a proxy anathema on unfamiliar Muslims entering a US might have caused discuss around a world, though it’s been renouned with many regressive Americans.
The frontrunner for a Republican presidential assignment says it’s a matter of security. His critics advise it’s a hypocritical offer that plays on voters’ stupidity about a religion.
The BBC’s Rajini Vaidyanathan went for an doubtful brunch with a Donald Trump supporter, a Muslim interloper from Syria and a Alabama priest who is perplexing to overpass a divide.
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