Muslims in the United States are urging voters not to vote for Biden

Joe Biden / Photo EPA-EFE/Yuri Gripas / POOL

Muslims in the United States are urging voters not to vote for Biden because of his policies toward Israel. In the American state of Michigan, voting is taking place today in the presidential primaries, where it is expected to be just another confirmation for Donald Trump, while the leader of the Democrats, Joe Biden, faces the discontent of Muslims and Americans of Arab origin because of the war in Gaza.

The incumbent has no serious threat in his camp for another run for the White House as his only challenger, Democrat Dean Phillips of Minnesota, is trailing behind him with less than 10 percent of the vote in the polls.

But as the death toll mounts in the conflict between Israel and Hamas, Muslim and Arab-American support for Biden is on the wane in the Midwestern state.

Four years ago, Biden won Michigan by just 150.000 votes, and now the Muslim-Arab bloc is calling on its supporters to cast a blank ballot, pressuring Biden to reject support for Israel and call for an immediate ceasefire.

On the Republican side, Donald Trump has already won four states, including South Carolina on Saturday, and Michigan should not end his race for the Republican nomination.

His only remaining opponent, former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, lost in her home state of South Carolina, but she refuses to give up and says she doesn't believe Donald Trump can beat Joe Biden in November.

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