UNL faculty react to Donald Trump’s comments regarding Muslims

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves as he leaves the stage Friday, December 11th after speaking at the meeting of the New England Police Benevolent Association in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Photo:  REUTERS/Mary Schwalm

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves as he leaves the stage Friday, December 11th after speaking at the meeting of the New England Police Benevolent Association in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Photo: REUTERS/Mary Schwalm

Story and media by Benjamin Schoenkin, NewsNetNebraska.

In the wake of recent terror attacks in France and California, politicians and Americans are speaking out against terrorism. Some have made negative remarks against Islam, the Muslim religion.

This week, Donald Trump said the U.S. should ban Muslims from traveling to the U.S.

Listen to this radio report to hear University of Nebraska-Lincoln political science professor Kevin Smith and arabic professor Abla Hasan react to Trump’s comments:

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