Now, it’s Turkey’s turn

The US and Turkey have long been loggerheads over many problems including Syrian war and Turkish military coup. However, Turkey is more conscious about its economy to be boosted. As recently on Aug 10, the Turkish Finance Minister Berat Albayrak drafted a new policy of economic development. But soon, US President Donald Trump tweeted that the US would accelerate economic tariffs on Turkish aluminium and steel products.
Undeniably, Turkey’s currency Lira has been devalued 40 per cent against dollar by such economic tariffs since the start of new year. Amazingly, it is to be noticed that the US has always followed hard steps against Middle Eastern Muslims countries. War in Syria, destruction in Yemen, turbulence in Palestine and so on. Initially, Iran was highly sanctioned. Now, Turkey bears the same brunt of tariffs that affect its economic, political and social set-up. It is time Muslim states get united to stand and fight against the bitter enemies of Muslims and their resources.
Shikarpur, Sindh

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