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    Iraq backs ruling against Trump travel ban

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    Post by jedi17 Sun 05 Feb 2017, 5:49 pm

    [size=48]Iraq backs ruling against Trump travel ban
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    February 5, 2017 4:34pm
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    [size=18]Iraq is satisfied with a US appeals court ruling against a travel ban imposed by US President Donald Trump.
    The ruling given late on Saturday denied a request from the US Department of Justice to immediately restore Trump's order, which a judge in Washington state had blocked on Friday.
    "It is a move in the right direction to solve the problems that it caused," Iraqi spokesman, Saad al-Hadithi said.
    Trump's executive order put a 120-day halt on the US refugee program, barred Syrian refugees indefinitely and imposed a 90-day suspension on people from seven majority Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
    Religious minorities persecuted by the Islamic State group, and other Iraqis fleeing violence, were among those affected.
    The ban would have prevented a total of 20,000 people in "precarious circumstances" in the seven countries targeted from resettling in the US during the 120 days covered by the suspension, according to the United Nations.
    Baghdad protested against the ban, calling it unfair and saying that no Iraqi had been involved in attacks on US soil.
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