Clinton urged not to demonize Muslims after the shooting in Orlando

The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Hillary Clinton said that the U.S. government must find a way to keep the country safe without demonizing American Muslims. She stated this during his speech after the shooting in Orlando, Reuters reports.

“We can’t demonize and declare war on a religion. It’s just dangerous,” said Clinton.

At the same time, the candidate in US presidents from Republican Donald trump after the shooting in the night-club was called upon to conduct inspections of all mosques in the US and repeated his calls to restrict Muslims entering the country.

“We need to protect all Americans from all backgrounds and of all faiths from radical Islamic terrorism, which has no place in an open and tolerant society,” said trump.

The billionaire also urged President Barack Obama to resign, as he, in his speech after the shooting did not say the words “radical Islam”. “In his speech today, President Obama shamefully refused to even say the words “radical Islam”. For this reason alone he should resign,” said trump, noting that Clinton also needs to withdraw from the presidential race if you don’t say a word about radical Islam.

Shooting in a popular gay night club Pulse in Orlando occurred on the morning of June 12. The attack killed 50 people, including the shooter himself, another 53 people were injured.

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The attack on a nightclub in Orlando



In on Sunday night an armed man stormed into the popular gay night club Pulse in Orlando and set up the shooting. The victims of this attack were 50 people, and 53…

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Responsibility for the incident was assumed by the terrorist group “Islamic state” (banned in Russia). Local authorities called the incident a “domestic terrorist attack”.

Shooting suspect 29-year-old Omar Matin Afghan origin. As he told police before the attack he called 911 and swore allegiance to ISIS.