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Donald Trump Says Something in Koran Teaches a ‘Very Negative Vibe’

Donald Trump is at again. First with Obama’s birth certificate, and now this.

Donald Trump Says Something in Koran Teaches a ‘Very Negative Vibe’

In an exclusive interview with The Brody File, Donald Trump expresses concern about the teachings of the Koran saying, “There’s something there that teaches some very negative vibe.”

Watch below. The transcription is below as well.

I spoke with Trump in New York a few days ago. My full six-minute piece aired across the country on “The 700 Club” this morning. If you missed it, you can watch it again tonight at 11 p.m. on the ABC Family Channel or here anytime of day.

Trump will also be the sole focus of this week’s 30-minute Brody File Show where you can see a lot more of the interview. (The show will be released Wednesday morning along with more, never-before-seen clips)

Transcription:

David Brody: Radical Islam: to Evangelicals, this is a bread and butter issue. You said there’s a Muslim problem in this country. What do you mean by that exactly?

Donald Trump: Bill O’Reilly asked me is there a Muslim problem? And I said absolutely, yes. In fact I went a step further. I said I didn’t see Swedish people knocking down the World Trade Center. It was very interesting. I thought that was going to be a controversial statement and somebody, I think it was Dennis Miller introduced me, he was doing like an analysis of me, he said, I love it.

The guy said what the truth is. He didn’t mince his words. He didn’t say, ‘Oh, gee, no there’s not a Muslim problem, everybody’s wonderful.’ And by the way, many, many, most Muslims are wonderful people, but is there a Muslim problem? Look what’s happening. Look what happened right here in my city with the World Trade Center and lots of other places.

So I said it and I thought it was going to be very controversial but actually it was very well received. I think people want the truth. I think they’re tired of politicians. They’re tired of politically correct stuff.

I mean I could have said, ‘Oh absolutely not Bill, there’s no Muslim problem, everything is wonderful, just forget about the World Trade Center.’ But you have to speak the truth. We’re so politically correct that this country is falling apart.

Brody: With some evangelicals there are some problems with the teachings of the Koran. Do you have concerns about the Koran?”

Trump: Well, I’ll tell you what. The Koran is very interesting. A lot of people say it teaches love and there is a very big group of people who really understand the Koran far better than I do. I’m certainly not an expert, to put it mildly. But there’s something there that teaches some very negative vibe.

I mean things are happening, when you look at people blowing up all over the streets that are in some of the countries over in the Middle East, just blowing up a super market with not even soldiers, just people, when 250 people die in a super market that are shopping, where people die in a store or in a street. There’s a lot of hatred there that’s some place.

Now I don’t know if that’s from the Koran. I don’t know if that’s from some place else. But there’s tremendous hatred out there that I’ve never seen anything like it.

So, you have two views. You have the view that the Koran is all about love and then you have the view that the Koran is, that there’s a lot of hate in the Koran.

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  • Nathan

    Donald Trump? republican president? these days in the USA? the poor WILL get poorer, Donald Trump is a disaster to the great U.S of A, he should keep hustling banks and continue buying cheap sluts.
    people are great, whether Muslims, Christians, Jews etc. individuals like this beast what makes it bad for people to live together in harmony.

  • Mughalistan

    Trump ripped off many people in Dubai with his fake building launch.

    He is a two faced liar and cheat.

  • Michael Akkawi

    Muslim Problem?
    How about an American problem given the countless Muslim civilians killed by the USA long before nine eleven. Ugliest of which is the undisputed Amiriyah Shelter Bombing: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiriyah_shelter_bombing

    But people of “opinion” tend to “forget” data that does not serve their own interests and agendas!

  • khalifa

    Am i really going to take this from a guy who wears a tupee?

  • http://aayjay.wordpress.com/ AJ

    Anj LOL!

  • Sir David ( Illuminati membership number 5:32) Warning Contains Irony

    Sorry did I miss something ? Is the presidents age a state secret or the fact that he is american ? ;-)

  • Anj

    President Obama has just released his birth certificate! All looks kosher!
    Trump must feel as silly as his haircut! Or whatever that thing he keeps on his head!

  • Khushboo

    Well, he got what he wanted: alot of publicity.

  • http://aayjay.wordpress.com/ AJ

    Kamal exactly!

    We talk more about the wrongs happening to us, namely in gatherings and parties, but its just talk and no action. Having said that, I will make an effort to boycott Trump’s programs in future. Thats the least everyone can do. Let his TV ratings drop.

  • http://aayjay.wordpress.com/ AJ

    I had a number of episodes of “Celebrity Apprentice” (our family’s favorite program) recorded while I was away in Pakistan and now I am conflicted whether to watch them or not. Don is never going to be the person to me, as he used to be. Its sad that people have to become evil.

  • Zakariya Ali Sher

    There is an element of projection to it. Trump complains about China or Saudi Arabia making a profit, but then wants America to seize Iraq’s oil fields. But then, who would make a profit? It’s easier for the American public to buy into the idea that some greedy ‘Ay-rab’ overseas is responsible for their financial hardship than to blame some American oil executive or speculator, because people NEED the myth of kinship. People can identify with the elites of their society, even if said elites wouldn’t give them the time of day. But at least it makes them feel validated.

    I always thought it was funny that Trump wants America to FORCE OPEC to sell them oil at a certain price. If I walked into one of his hotels and said I was going to FORCE him to sell me a room at my price, what do you think he’d do? Hell… I don’t think I’d be allowed within a fifty foot radius of him in the first place, but my point stands. It’s the same bloody thing.

  • Mughalistan

    Trump is just crazy, he has been attacking China over its trade policies, currency manipulation (even though it is the USA debasing its currency, not China), OPEC for the oil prices, even though it only controls 40% of the World’s oil, the USA gets most of its oil from Canada and Mexico.

    He now wants to seize Iraqi oil fields.

  • Lo

    If it’s true that anyone can say “There is a Muslim problem in this country” and gets well received, then the shit is deeper than it appears. President Palin is starting to sound pretty good now ;)

    Anyway, Farlowe, I agree that Quranic descriptions of hell doesn’t really make a good bedtime story for kids (whose does?), but it’s a very interesting you brought up that verse. See, the nerves involved in sensing heat and painful burns are only skin deep, meaning a person completely skinned raw and thrown into a fire will be screaming in agony from the skining but he won’t be able to feel the burn of the flames. This is a fairly recent scientific discovery.

    It certainly doesn’t make the verse less violent but I’ve always read that verse as one of those verses that’s meant make readers wonder instead of shudder. Especially when it’s finished off with the reminder that God is (out of 99 characters to choose from) Most Wise.

  • Farlowe

    I dont think the Quran is any worse than any other holy book. But they all seem a bit weird at face value especially for people who are not educated in the traditions of the faith. Lots of burning !

    In Australia I have seen a priest wearing clothing with an australian native plant embroidered on the front of his priestly tunic. I asked him why and his answer was similar to Stephen’s. He said the plant was a banksia which has evolved with a very vigorous epicormic root that thrives after severe bush fires. In fact the plant cannot even reproduce without fire because its seed only emerges from its large (20cm) woody pod after a very hot burn. The fire is a purifying and positive energy for this plant which rejuvenates and reproduces following burning. He uses the banksia as a reminder of the fire in the Bible which is seen as a positive energy, which I suppose is the same type of explanation as the fire in the Quran.

  • Michael Elwood

    @Stephen G. Parker

    I liked your explantion of the parable of the scum, bro. Your understanding of hell is similar to Yuksel’s, who translated the Quran into English and Turkish, and worked with Khalifa on his translation:

    http://19.org/193/eternal-hell-and-merciful-god/

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