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Trump's Travel Ban

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Trump's Travel Ban
Paniz Ataei, Jessica Siu, Aria Sadeghian, Charlie Chang
Trumps Reasoning
What is the Muslim ban?
Why was it developed?
The Effects
How does it affect Canada?
How does it affect refugees?
VIDEO
Future Plans
Bibliography
Krol, James Rothwell; Charlotte. “Everything You Need to Know about Donald Trump's 'Muslim Ban' .” The Telegraph, Telegraph Media Group, 29 Jan. 2017, www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/29/everything-need-know-donald-trumps-muslim-ban/. Accessed 20 Feb. 2017.
“What Is a Refugee? Definition and Meaning.” USA for UNHCR, www.unrefugees.org/what-is-a-refugee/. Accessed 20 Feb. 2017.
-On January 28th 2017, Trump signed executive order 13769 or commonly known as the Travel ban/ Muslim ban
Terrorist attacks that happened in the United states were lead by Muslim people.
-Executive order: is a presidential official statement from the white house. Which notifies government agencies what to do and how to use their resources
-Affects those who live in seven countries: Syria, Iran, Sudan,Libya, Somalia,Yemen and Iraq.
-At start of ban, those who were from the seven countries that hold green cards, visas, legal residents are not allowed to enter if they left they leave the USA
Trump picked wrong countries
Trump vowed to ban Muslims entering US ( June 13, 2016 )
- People suspended from US cannot just come to Canada
Refugee and immigration claims are complicated vetting processes (background checks)
Mr.Hussen, the immigration minister, said Canada has no plans in taking additional refugees
"We have an immigration plan we intend to stick to."
- Ahmed D. Hussen
- "Safe Third Country Agreement" : agreement between US and Canada that refugees must request protection in the first safe country they arrive in

If denied access in US, cannot get refugee status in Canada
Many attempt to get through this by sneaking across border crossings or airports and ask for asylum there
- Known as "Irregular Migration"
Democrats and lawyers tried to challenge the agreement in court, but Mr.Hussen stated there wasn't a need to
- Claimed that his order was not a "Muslim Ban"

- Only way to protect US from attacks by Islamist militants

- Travel ban is ‘common sense’

- Order mentions 9/11 (Saudi Arabia)

After that, no one in US has been killed in a terrorist attack by the seven countries

“It’s working out very nicely. You see it at the airports, you see it all over.”
- Donald Trump
- Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Somalia
- The Foreign Minister Javad Zarif responded the travel ban on Twitter, saying it was “a great gift to extremists”. Adding on that, he also said “collective discrimination aids terrorist recruitment by deepening fault lines exploited by extremist demagogues to swell their ranks”.
- Money income
- International visitors spent $246 billion in the U.S. in 2016
- Tourism industry impact
- Government says that no data shows any tangible in bookings or cancellations by international travelers
-People are still afraid that this might scare off visitors

He vowed to take a very important step to fighting ISIS by issuing a ban on all immigrants and refugees from Middle Eastern Countries when he become the President of the United States
A central part of his campaign
"(We need a) complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on"

Before his presidency
Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates
Egypt
159 Citizens
2369 Citizens
314 Citizens
162 Citizens
None of these countries are on Trump's list
The shooting San Bernardo
Orlando Nightclub Shooting
More
Pakistan
14 Citizens
Lebanon
Afghanistan
49 Citizens
-Yet trumps solution excludes Muslim majority countries that he has business ties with e.g Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Egypt
Refugees, Visitors and Immigrants
-In the order refugees are to allowed to enter the USA for 120 days
-While those with dual citizenship, visas and green cards are not permitted entrance for 90 days
-The ban does not prevent leaving the country, but it does prevent entering
-Since the bans proposal there has been alterations made
-First, refugees are people who have been driven or forced out of their country because of the dangerous environment e.g War
- The status of a refugee is when they flee their own country to seek peace in a another country.
-In most cases, refugees cannot return to their home country or they are afraid to. War is the main cause for refugees fleeing the country.


-With this travel ban, refugees cannot come to America for asylum and in most cases are forced to stay in a bad environment until they find another place
“What Is a Refugee? Definition and Meaning.” USA for UNHCR, www.unrefugees.org/what-is-a-refugee/. Accessed 20 Feb. 2017.

- Donald Trump is planning to replace the travel ban with another executive order
People from the seven countries cited in the ban are going to be banned again

- Released as soon as next week
- Trump was ordered to do an intelligence report
Rejected because it doesn't say what he wants do
Melby, Caleb, et al. “Trump's Immigration Ban Excludes Countries With Business Ties.” Bloomberg.com, Bloomberg, 26 Jan. 2017, www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2017-trump-immigration-ban-conflict-of-interest/. Accessed 26 Feb. 2017.

Pictures
“FACT CHECK: No Deadly Terrorist Attacks by People from Countries Included in Foreign Entry Restriction?” Snopes.com, 2 Feb. 2017, www.snopes.com/terrorist-attacks-entry-restriction/. Accessed 26 Feb. 2017.

Rogers, Simon. “Muslim Populations by Country: How Big Will Each Muslim Population Be by 2030?” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 28 Jan. 2011, www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2011/jan/28/muslim-population-country-projection-2030#data. Accessed 26 Feb. 2017.

After he was elected
S, ITVNews A. "Donald Trump Vows to Ban Muslims Entering US." YouTube. YouTube, 07 Dec. 2015. Web. 26 Feb. 2017.
Williams, Jennifer. "Why Trump's "Muslim Ban" Won't Stop the Terrorism Threat." Vox. Vox, 25 Jan. 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017.
S, ITVNews A. "Donald Trump Vows to Ban Muslims Entering US." YouTube. YouTube, 07 Dec. 2015. Web. 26 Feb. 2017.
Znauman, and Zoe Nauman US Online Reporter. "Donald Trump Will Replace Executive Order for 'Muslim Ban' in the 'near Future' to Avoid Getting Tied up in 'time-consuming Litigation'." The Sun. The Sun, 17 Feb. 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017
Pedia, WIki LOui. "Executive Order 13769." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 26 Feb. 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017.
Chulov, Martin, Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, and Saeed Kamali Dehghan. "Muslim-majority Countries Show Anger at Trump Travel Ban." The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, 29 Jan. 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017
RILEY/AFP/GETTY IMAGES, MOLLY. "Trump's Original Immigration Ban: How It Was Introduced, and How the Courts Shut It down." The Globe and Mail. N.p., 30 Jan. 2017. Web. 26 Feb. 2017.
"The new order is going to be very much tailored to what I consider to be a very bad decision"
- Donald Trump
- Vowed to present a revised version of his travel ban
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