Donald Trump, the decision to prohibit the immigration of a string of Muslim-majority Nations has triggered anger and anxiety all over the world, who were detained as refugees and migrants to it from boarding flights in the United States.
Holders of passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen have been set at airports, to the passengers who were already in the air in the United States. In one incident, five Iraqi passengers and a Yemeni, all of the valid Visa, keep were barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight from Cairo to New York and redirected to flights in their home countries.
A Yazidi woman, who fled an Isis massacre in Iraq in 2014, has been suspended, the plane in Baghdad, after waiting months for a visa to be reunited with her husband, already in the United States.
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President Trump has imposed a three-month ban for refugees from the seven countries, the claim that the “extreme security review” would be to “keep the radical Islamic terrorists from the USA”. Refugees from Syria are banned for an indefinite period of time.
A homeland security spokesman said on Saturday evening that green card holders – in effect, permanent residents – also under the ban, while a senior White House official indicated that it is likely to be extended to other countries. A state department spokesman confirmed that the travellers from the countries mentioned above, the dual citizenship will not be able to enter the U.S. for 90 days. Members of religious minorities from these countries will be granted, the immigration priority.
Trump said that the first experiences with the implementation of the plan has been worked. “It is not to prohibit a Muslim,” he told reporters in the Oval Office in the White house. “It’s going very well. You can see it at the airports, as you can see, it’s all over. We have a very, very strict ban, and we have extreme security review, we should have had in this country for many years.”
To condemn as the global developed against movement, the Prime Minister of great Britain, Theresa May, refused the ban. In the night of Sunday, after they landed back in the UK, a Downing Street source said: “We are always in agreement on some things and disagreement on other things.”
Earlier, during a visit to Ankara, your Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, she said the US was responsible for its own refugee policy. But other politicians have expressed dismay, to and including may host, who is convicted of a “closed door” attitude. “You can’t solve these problems by building walls,” said Erdoğan. “No one leaves their houses for nothing. Our doors are open, and if the same thing happens again, we would do the same thing again.”
The German foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel reminded Trump that “welcome refugees from war and oppression are a part of our duties”. Photo: Kay Nietfeld/AP
Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi tweeted: “Had confirmation that the order is not for me and my wife because we were both born in Iraq. Also if we are not dual nat. I am a British citizen and so proud to be welcomed to this country. Sad to hear, I’m going to get banned from the United States based on my country of birth.”
The storm over the ban, threw a shadow over the may-to-Washington trip, the previously widely regarded as a success. But a growing number of leading Tory MPs joined in the condemnation of the policy.
Sarah Wollaston, the Chairman of the Commons health select committee, said Trump does not have to be invited to both houses of Parliament in Westminster Hall on his state visit later this year, pointedly noted that “those who wish to fawn over him” should do so elsewhere. Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson said that the ban was “both wrong in itself and very worrying for the future”.
Heidi Allen, MP for South Cambridgeshire, on Twitter to the way it had handled the situation. “Leadership doesn’t mean be afraid to tell someone, to be powerful, if they are wrong. It is an ethos that this country is proud of #theresa may. I don ‘ T care how special the relationship is – some lines just should not be exceeded.”
Jeremy Corbyn have also attacked the PM for the failure to condemn Trump’s actions. “President Trump Executive, against refugees and Muslims to shock and appal, should all of us. Theresa May Stand for the United Kingdom and our values, the condemnation of his actions. Our country should not be sad that you decided to.
“After the trump suit is heinous actions and Can condemn the weak to fail, it is more important than ever to tell us, the refugees seek a place of safety, that you will always be welcome in the UK.”
It emerged on Saturday evening that the Iranian Director Asghar Farhadi, for a nomination for the best foreign film category for The seller, he feared that he would not be able to visit in the next month, the Academy Awards. Trita Parsi, President of the National Iranian American Council, tweeted on Saturday morning that Farhadi would be banned in fact.
In the night on Sunday, Iran announced that it would take reciprocal measures in retaliation. Without it directly to the US call-President Hassan Rouhani said on state television: “Today is the time to build walls between Nations. You have forgotten that the Berlin wall fell years ago.”
The temporary closure is expected to be the subject of numerous legal challenges. The first came on Saturday afternoon, as the lawyers argued two Iraqi refugees, instead of at JFK airport in New York, that their clients had been illegally detained. The American Civil Liberties Union is also involved in the lawsuit. Other class actions on behalf of the excluded refugees are expected to be filed.
Germany’s foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, and the former French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault in a statement, the US President reminded that the international obligations meant that “the inclusion of refugees from war and oppression are a part of our tasks”.
The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau tweeted: “those who from persecution, terror and war, the Canadians welcome, regardless of their faith. Diversity is our strength #welcometo Canada.”
In the USA, it’s horror and disbelief was among the groups that work with refugees and migrants. Thanu far Yakupitiyage, a spokeswoman for the New York Immigration Coalition, told the observer: “This is to inhuman. I’m pissed off. It is outrageous. The people are in a state of shock.”
Immigration policy analyst David Bier, of the Cato Institute Center for Global liberty and prosperity, described trump as “illegal”, as it appeared on a religious group. The Council on American-Islamic Relations, said, there is the question of a court challenge on Monday, which claims to dignity, that the new entry rules target Muslims because of their Religion and therefore breached the constitutional right to freedom of religion.
The former British foreign Secretary David Miliband, now President of the International Rescue Committee, said that the suspension of the refugee resettlement program was a “harmful and hasty” decision. “America must remain true to its core values. It is a beacon of hope must continue,” he said. He added that the review was robust, with biometric screening and up to 36 months of studies from 15 agencies.
New York International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) said, the extreme control, meant that no longer would the USA be able to by concerns in the global humanitarian.
Syrian refugees in Jordan, sued to change the policy. Ammar Sawan, 40, began his first step to the resettlement of three months ago, said: “It was like a flash of lightning. All of our hopes and dreams are gone.” In the UK, Ibrahim Mogra, Chairman of the Christian Muslim forum, said Trump, the action he proposed to consider the Muslims as “subhuman”.
Yvette Cooper MP, wrote to, and said she hoped that the Prime Minister was “aware of the dangerous effects and humanitarian consequences of the US – a country built on the sanctuary of this decision – now”.