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I'm a past US military officer and a US diplomat. My personal is founded upon my experience of politics. Over the past a number of decades, Washington DC has been strongly contained in the disastrous Middle East, and there's probability that there's a tangency among this presence and the willingness of political figures to maintain their careers in position. Here it is worth bringing up that my belief is that extremist political Islam that is presently met in many Muslim countries is a considerable danger to the security not simply of the USA, but of the world. I must discuss my view on Trump’s immigration ban on travel to the United States with people who would endure hearing me out. Thinking about my days of youth, I'm able to point out that the Muslim world I grew in is nothing like the one we currently see. Myself I was raised in Egypt, but today I can seldom understand people whom I knew as a kid. The collapse of the colonial order following your II World War has opened up a door for a chance when tolerant governance might have taken hold in Arab especially Muslim world. During those times the Arab world’s look at Islamic governance as its messiah became demure and was really in the drop and desired an even more luxurious form of government. Unfortunately, a brief history shows that starting from 1950 this concept started perishing giving place to a brand new, extremist Muslim society. The situation changed, border security issues started being a priority and today this crazy snowball of events is smashing all things in its way.