…soon-to-be-18 Sabir Hussaini, the son of two immigrants who fled Afghanistan as refugees during the Soviet-Afghan War, owns an estimated $200 worth of Trump merchandise.
The Kansas-born Muslim teen, who says he’s “obsessed” with the tycoon, insists that even though a majority of Muslims reject the likely GOP nominee, the venom-spewing mogul doesn’t seem hateful at all.
“He just wants to put American people first, because that’s what every President should do for their country,” Hussaini told The News.
On why he supports a “temporary” Muslim ban:
“I’m Shia, and most of the refugees are radical Sunnis. … It’s not that I don’t like them; it’s that I don’t support what they do. … They killed my people and stuff, so I don’t want them to come here.”
On the irony of supporting a ban on allowing any Muslims to enter the country as the son of two Muslim refugees:
“I know that sounds ironic because I don’t support the refugees now … but most of the refugees from my dad’s time that came from Afghanistan weren’t linked to ISIS or Taliban or whatever it was. They were regular people just living lives.
“I know a lot of refugees from Syria are regular people just like my dad, but there’s also a good amount that are … not even Syrian, they just came to Syria from other countries to try to act Syrian. But we can’t tell who’s who, so that’s why Trump wants to put a temporary ban.
“I don’t completely want them to be banned, just so we can figure out what’s going on and who’s who … If they’re clean and secure, then they can come here.”