Democrats and the liberal media (but I repeat myself), would have the American people believe that President Donald Trump is widely despised across the Arab world, but especially in Syria, due to his stances on radical Islam, refugees and extremely limited intervention in the Middle East.

However, that lie was exposed following the salvo of cruise missiles he ordered fired at a Syrian airbase in response to a suspected chemical attack on civilians by the Assad regime, which has earned him a new nickname, according to The Daily Caller.

The new nickname that many Syrians and other Arabs have given to Trump is “Abu Ivanka al-Amriki,” which translates to “Father of Ivanka the American,” and is largely meant as a sign of respect and endearment.

PJ Media noticed that Arab social media was flooded with hilariously photo-shopped pictures of Trump sporting a beard or wearing a fez and countless references to “Abu Ivanka,” praising him for his action against Assad while calling for him to do even more.

It was reported that many Syrians had changed their profile pictures to that of Trump or simply expressed their love and admiration for him and complete respect for his display of strength, something that hasn’t been seen coming out of Washington very much over the past eight years.

The U.K. Telegraph reported that some Syrians stated they would change the name of their shops to Trump’s name or name their future children after him, a phenomena previously witnessed in parts of Iraq.

“Maybe you in the West hate Trump, but he has already done far more for us than Obama,” declared Najim Hassan, a Syrian who lives in the recently attacked rebel-held city of Idlib. “We love him because he does more than he says, he’s a man of action and at least he gives us something to hope for.”

That sentiment was shared by another Syrian, Kassem Eid, who had survived a gas attack by Assad in 2013 and escaped to Europe. He told Fox News, “Thank you, Mr. President, for taking action.”

“When I saw President Trump and the United States taking action for the first time after six years of calling for help, we felt happy and grateful,” Eid continued. “If President Obama took action against the Assad regime, he would have stopped ISIS from being created. He would have given people in Syria hope.”

Eid urged Trump to take further action against the Assad regime and to create safe zones inside Syria so that the many refugees who have fled could be able to return home instead of remaining in foreign lands.

Not exactly the sort of reaction to Trump the liberal media was expecting or hoping for. And yet another of the liberal media’s contrived narratives regarding Trump has died, this time under a hailstorm of Tomahawk missiles and Syrian gratitude.

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