Muslim families of fallen U.S. soldiers driven to oppose Trump

The grave marker of U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan stands with the symbol of Islam on it amongst other grave markers inside of Section 60 in Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial DayNazar Naqvi has faithfully voted Republican for more than three decades. After Donald Trump’s feud with Muslim parents who lost a son in battle for the United States, he has vowed not a single Republican will get his vote. Naqvi, 69, a retired U.S. government engineer from Newburgh, New York, is a member of a small community of Muslims who are among America’s Gold Star families, those whose loved ones were killed while serving in the U.S. military.

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