The US President, Donald Trump, on Wednesday reignited the debate on violent activities allegedly being committed by Muslims after retweeting a series of videos. According to Al Jazeera, the origin of the anti-Muslim videos is still unclear as leaders from different parts of the nation and entire world continue to elicit mixed reactions. POTUS retweeted the said videos from the deputy leader of the far-right group Britain First, Jayda Fransen.
In one of the tweets, the group tweeted that an Islamic rowdy mob has pushed a teenager and clobbered him to death. Another tweet claimed that an Islamic group had destroyed the Stature of Virgin Mary. The group has been fighting against Islamization of Britons. The group has fronted different candidates in elections but very few of them have emerged successful. The President is yet to offer an explanation on the videos, and the White House had not responded at the time of reporting.