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Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella

Refuse to Help Build Trump's Muslim Registry!

You recently sent a letter to President-Elect Donald Trump offering Microsoft's services to the administration. While Microsoft can play a productive role in helping to create American jobs and spur on innovations in technology, you must fully reject Trump's threats on Muslims and publicly refuse to offer any support in the creation of a Muslim database.

Show that the freedom of religion, a value so central to who America is, is also a value of Microsoft and its employees.

Refuse to Help Build Trump's Muslim Registry now!

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Donald Trump has promised to put all Muslims entering in the United States into a database that will be used to document and monitor muslims in the United States. The president-elect campaigned on...

Donald Trump has promised to put all Muslims entering in the United States into a database that will be used to document and monitor muslims in the United States. The president-elect campaigned on a platform that called for a "total and complete shutdown" of the country's borders to Muslims. 

Any registry or system that tracks individuals based on their religion in un-American and must be met with resistance from very angle. One of the most powerful voices in this issue are American tech companies and Microsoft needs to step up! 

Recently Microsoft sent a letter to President-elect Trump offering suggestions for collaborations and ideas for America. 

While there is nothing wrong with wanting to support Americans there is something very dangerous about offering support to an administration that could rely on tech companies to create a dangerous and un-American Muslim registry. 

American tech companies like Microsoft will inevitably be called upon to provide information for Trump's registry. Your company holds a treasure chest of information that this administration would like to use to single out and monitor muslims in the United States. 

We're calling on one of America's tech leaders, Microsoft, to stand for America's religious freedoms and refuse to comply with any request for user information and data based on someone's religion and rejecting any assistance in the creation of a Muslim database.  

Only Twitter has committed to not complying with the development of a national muslim registry. It's time for Microsoft to follow Twitter's lead.

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