Yes, Jeb Bush is Right
Republican front-runner Donald Trump's controversial suggestion to ban Muslims from entering the United States was the hot discussion during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Sept 15, 2015.
Responding to Trump's proposal, Jeb Bush suggested that this would harm efforts to destroy the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group and stated, “We need to embed our forces, our troops, inside the Iraqi military, we need to arm the Kurds directly and all of that has to be done in concert with the Arab nations, and if we’re going to ban all Muslims how are we going to get them to be part of a coalition to destroy ISIS?”
“The Kurds are our strongest ally and they are Muslims,” Bush affirmed.
Yes, Bush is absolutely right as the world witnesses how Kurdish forces are confronting ISIS in Kurdistan Region of Iraq and how they are sacrificing their lives for the sake of peace. Bush's comments coincided with a sad event which took place in the same day when six Peshmerga soldiers were killed as their base near Kaske west of Mosul city was attacked by ISIS suicide bombers.
Brigadier Maghdid Harki, one of the Kurdish fighters who killed in the attack, had a strong belief in Islam and he always advised his friends love their God and all humans.
"You would not be a real fighter by being in war frontline, but what is important and what make a true combatant is when you love God and all humans, and have an aim when you are fighting," This was Brigadier Harki's post on facebook just a few days before he was killed.
The Kurds, who are mostly Muslims, are the best friends and ally of Americans. No single American troop has ever been hurt in the Kurdish territories so far. This can justify that ISIS is not the true Islam at all, but ISIS is a group created for making Islam and Muslims ugly in the eyes of the world.