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Christian leader urges Trump to promote “freedom of conscience” in the world

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11/11/2016, 13.21 INDIA – UNITED STATES
Christian leader urges Trump to promote “freedom of conscience” in the world
Nirmala Carvalho.Sajan K George is the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians. His organisation sent a congratulatory message to the new US president. "Christianity has become the major target of scorn, prejudice, abuse and persecution.”

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GCIC on Trump's election as President of the USA

Global Council of Indian Christians(GCIC)
E-mail: freedomcouncil@gmail.com Web: www.persecution.in

PRESS RELEASE
9TH NOVEMBER-2016

The Global Council Of Indian Christians(GCIC) congratulates Mr.Donald J. Trump, the newly elected 45th President of the United States and wishes him all the success. Voters across the United States once again firmly asserted their faith in the traditional values and upheld the principles of democracy and freedom that has been the hallmark of that country.

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Horror and fear strikes the Muslim world as Trump wins -Christian refugees hopes fair deal

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Horror and fear swept through Muslim countries after Donald Trump was confirmed as President of the Unites States after months of anti-Islamic rhetoric.The Republican made his most controversial remarks about Islam in December last year, sparking anger among the world's 1.5billion followers of Islam when he called for a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. after a mass shooting in California.

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Donald Trump wins the presidency in stunning upset over Clinton

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By Karen Tumulty, Philip Rucker and Anne Gearan November 9 at 3:45 AM
Donald Trump was elected the nation’s 45th president in the stunning culmination of a campaign that defied expectations and conventions at every turn and galvanized legions of aggrieved Americans in a loud repudiation of the status quo.

Hillary Clinton’s quest to make history as the first female president was thwarted by the Republican nominee’s breathtaking performance at the polls. He was carried to victory by voters fed up with the political system and mistrustful of Clinton, a former first lady, senator and secretary of state.

Trump, a 70-year-old celebrity businessman who had never before run for office, is poised to become the oldest president ever elected to a first term.

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