In a landmark speech in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, President Trump condemned radical Islamic terrorism and called for America's partners in the Muslim world to crush the terror threat.

Countries from the Arab world as well as the Far East and Africa assembled in the Saudi capital to hear the American president.

"Our goal is a coalition of nations who share the aim of stamping out extremism and providing our children a hopeful future that does honor to God," Trump said. "America will not seek to impose our way of life on others, but to outstretch our hand in the spirit of cooperation and trust."

Trump blasted Iran as the major culprit in the funding and training of terror groups and conversely praised Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other nations who help fight terrorism.

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"Killing in the name of God... should be an insult to every person of faith," he said. "Terrorists do not worship God, they worship death."

Trump underlined the fact that ISIS and other radical groups do not represent mainstream Islam, and that both the Arab world and America have borne the brunt of their attacks.

He called the war against terrorism a "battle between barbaric criminals... and decent people all in the name of religion."

He thanked King Salman for his promise of investment in both counter-terror policies and the commercial success of the region.

"You can only unlock this future if the citizens of the Middle East are freed from extremism," he said.

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