Trump Says That European Capitols ‘No Longer Recognizable’ Since They Allowed in ‘Jihad’

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The inundation of “jihad” has rendered Paris and London “unrecognizable,” according to former President Donald Trump, who cautioned on Wednesday that the United States must avoid a similar trajectory.

Wednesday night, Trump delivered the remarks at a campaign rally in Wisconsin.

“We’ve seen what happened when Europe opened their doors to jihad. Look at Paris, look at London — they’re no longer recognizable. They are no longer recognizable, and we can’t let that happen to our country.” Trump said.

“We have incredible culture, tradition — nothing wrong with their culture, their tradition — we can’t let that happen here and I’ll never let it happen to the United States of America,” he continued.

Demonstrations against Israel have ensued in both Paris and London in the months subsequent to Hamas’ assault on Israel.

Tens of thousands of Palestinian flag-waving anti-Israel protestors saturated the streets of London on November 11, also known as Armistice Day.

Anti-Israel demonstrations have also emerged recently at universities in Paris, with police intervening in certain incidents to prevent violence.

Since the early 2010s, the number of Muslim migrants to France has skyrocketed, with more than 500,000 entering the nation between 2010 and 2016.

The United Kingdom took in approximately 700,000 Muslim migrants during the same period.

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