کاخ سفید به گزارش وزارت امنیت داخلی واکنش نشون داده و رد کرده
Officials in President Trump’s administration Friday downplayed an intelligence report by the Homeland Security Department that contradicts the White House’s main arguement for implementing a travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Former U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Chief Counsel Stephen Legomsky said he expects the new order to make some concessions and exceptions to undercut the constitutional due process complaints.
How much weight judges will give to the broader intelligence review is not clear. It may not help the White House case that Spicer announced the revised order was “finalized,” but the intelligence review seems to still be underway.
The current delay could be useful to the administration if it results in the travel ban issue arriving at the Supreme Court after Trump nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch is confirmed, something that could take place by mid-April.
پخش ويديو صحبت هاى #اصغر_فرهادى در تجمع سينماگران مخالف #ترامپ /سینماگران در مقابل ایجاد شکاف بین ادیان و فرهنگ ها در کنار مردم ایستاده اند
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اعتراض ها به اقدامات ترامپ در حاشیه اسکار
Jodie Foster tells US travel ban rally: 'It is our time to resist'
The actor Jodie Foster has told protesters it is “our time to resist” at a rally opposing Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban, two days before the Academy Awards.
The Oscar-nominated Iranian director Asghar Farhadi sent a video message to the rally after he decided to boycott the awards ceremony over the travel ban affecting seven Muslim-majority countries.
عضو سابق سیا: بن کمک زیادی به مبارزه با تروریسم نمیکند
Former CIA Director John Brennan said Sunday that President Donald Trump’s proposed order temporarily banning travel from several predominantly Muslim countries is not going to help fight terrorism in “any significant way.”
حرکت ترامپ در آینده متوسط تا دور باعث نگرش بهتر به مسلمانان می شود
Despite an uptick in hate crimes against US Muslims in the months since Donald Trump won the presidential election in November, a wave of public solidarity and improved views of both Muslims and Islam signal some good news for the community in the medium- and long-term.
Data and public opinion polls conducted by Shibley Telhami — a non-resident senior fellow at Brookings and the Anwar Sadat professor for peace and development at the University of Maryland — show significant improvement in how US Muslims and their religion are viewed in the Trump era.