USA judge issues emergency partial stay on Trump's "Muslim ban"

Trump's executive order, signed Friday, suspends the arrival of refugees for at least 120 days and bars visas for travelers from seven Muslim majority countries for the next three months. Mr. Darweesh worked as an interpreter for the U.S. Army 101st Airborne and the 91st Engineering Unit, and as a Project Engineer for the U.S. Government Projects Contracting Office Oil sector of North Iraq.

As rights groups level numerous lawsuits against his administration and travelers are being stranded and detained all over the world, Pres. Donald Trump said on Saturday that his new executive orders regarding Muslims and immigrants are "working out very nicely". Trump indefinitely blocked those fleeing Syria, where a civil war has raged, and imposed a 90-day ban on all immigration to the US from seven Muslim majority nations, citing terrorism concerns.

He also said the judge had ordered the government to provide a list of names of those detained under the order. Such a ban, besides being immoral, is going to be nearly impossible to enforce, yet in the event, he has begun what is essentially an odious and global offensive against Muslims.

He has also barred all refugees from coming to the USA for the next 120 days.

The order seeks to prioritise refugees fleeing religious persecution.

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Trump did not ban people from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt or Lebanon, which are where the 9/11 terrorist hijackers hailed from. "The Iraqi community inside the USA enjoys a good reputation and its members have not been involved in any terrorist acts".

"It is necessary that the new American administration reconsider this wrong decision", the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

However, a federal law enforcement official said, "It's unclear at this point what the threshold of national interest is".

Attempts to "classify Yemen or its citizens as a possible source of terrorism are illegal and illegitimate", the government says.

"But we didn't know when, and we couldn't believe it would be immediate, that there'd be people in an airplane the moment the order was taking effect".

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Protests are also expected across the US on Sunday at various airports and public areas.

"It's not surprising that people are mobilizing", the 43-year-old said. Refugees who have been approved to enter the US, valid visa holders and longtime permanent residents with green-cards have all been detained and in some cases denied entry in the hours since the order was signed.

There are over 21.3 million refugees worldwide, the United Nations refugee agency estimates. The former were born in the United States and Pakistan, and the latter was born in the United States.

The president also mocked Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer of NY - who choked up while denouncing the Trump order - as well as demonstrators against the police, while praising Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.

"I hope Trump enjoys losing".

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