Is Trump's policy to ban immigrants from seven Muslim countries justifiable? if yes/no then why?
President Trump seemingly made a biased decision by banning immigrants (even green card holders) from all seven Muslim countries. Is this policy which is not quite welcoming throughout the world is justifiable in any sense? Please elaborate whether you agree or disagree with his stance.
Given that we've had eight terrorist attacks by Muslim immigrants in the past two years, yes.
And attacks like San Bernadino and the OSU attacker and Boston Bombers show that our vetting couldn't identify who was visiting with terrorists or following them on social media.
It is justifiable to say no to anyone from those nations essentially at war with us until we can separate the would be murderers from the rest. We are not morally required to risk our literal lives for their quality of life.
First of all the American people should decide whether Mr. Trump is their actual President. Half of the country thinks he is a misogynist, racist and mad. He proved it many times. No offense, but Mr. Trump has been selected by the decision makers of America and he is not elected by the American people, this what I believe.
Now come to the question of banning immigrants from Muslim countries (Libya, Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Syria). Ban? Really? Can America's richest one percent and its establishment answer for the destruction, war, terrorism and loss of hundred of thousands of lives. These are the horrible things the policemen (USA) of this world brought to that seven countries. They cannot because the crime they committed is too heavy for them to answer for.
Trump or whoever has no right to ban immigrants from any country. How about if different countries start banning American citizens from entering their soil.
Trump lives in an ideal world and he is ignorant of reality. So it is no shock that he banned immigrants from Muslim countries.
There are a lot of things to say but I will stop here!
Trump was not a politician, and certainly not for the last thirty years as Hillary and he didn't cause the problems we have today, so he has lived in Reality during that time, while politicians haven't. Trump is more interested in Americans,
by Don W 20 months ago
Call me simplistic, but doesn't the 2017 executive order break the law?Executive Order, Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into The United States, 2017:"Sec. 3. Suspension of Issuance of Visas and Other Immigration Benefits to Nationals of Countries of Particular Concern . . ....
by Vanesa 5 years ago
Will it be better to be friends with 20 Muslim Countries than with one Israel?As for me,it would have been better for the United states to have good relationships with 20 Arab(Muslim) countries than to to have whole world as an enemy and be friends with one Israel. Also, we would not have to pay $...
by ardeshir bagheri 8 years ago
dear frontiers,in this world with millions years of existence,we only have around 10,000 years ofknown history.The rest is in darkness.but what is so important,and is a big question,why theseislamic counties have not developed as the rest of the world.why no body has come to front andanalyzed...
by Castlepaloma 20 months ago
Now, we are getting somewhere.Cut all US relationship into Muslims countries and including oil export. This could stop US from invading Muslims Countries. Moohaaahaa moo haha.Your thoughts.?By the way Iraq and Iran just banned US citizens in response to banning them.
by Onusonus 7 years ago
I find it odd that our president would characterize the changes being made in Egypt as a moderate Arab Spring. The sign with the swastika reads, "The gas chambers are ready."
by Mazzy Bolero 6 years ago
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