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    America: the arrest of 199 Iraqis and deported with the consent of Baghdad

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    Post by Rocky Thu 15 Jun 2017, 2:51 am

    America: the arrest of 199 Iraqis and deported with the consent of Baghdad


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    US immigration authorities have arrested 199 Iraqi immigrants, mostly from the Detroit area, in the past three weeks and moved to deport them after Iraq agreed to accept the deportees as part of a deal to remove it from the list of countries that President Donald Trump is trying to prevent from entering the United States, officials said.
    The authorities arrested 114 Iraqis at the weekend in the Detroit area and arrested 85 others in other areas in recent weeks, Gillian Christensen, a spokeswoman for the US Immigration and Tax Enforcement Administration, said in a statement on Wednesday.
    The move comes as part of Trump's drive to strengthen immigration enforcement and prompt states to accept the return of their children who have been sentenced to deportation from the United States.
    The campaign against Iraqi immigrants followed the US government's decision to remove Iraq from the list of countries targeted by a modified version of a temporary ban issued in March.
    Christensen said the vast majority of those arrested had been criminally convicted of charges such as murder, rape, assault, kidnapping, robbery, drug trafficking, arms possession violations and other crimes.
    By April 17, 2017, there were 1,444 Iraqis who had been given final deportation orders, and since the agreement reached on 12 March, eight Iraqis had been deported to their country.
    Lawyers have said dozens of Chaldean Catholics in Detroit are among those targeted in the sweep, some of whom fear being killed if deported to Iraq.
    "It is very worrying that the US Immigration and Tax Enforcement Administration has indicated its intention to transfer Chaldean Christians to Iraq where they face persecution and death because of their religious beliefs," said Martin Mana, head of the Chaldean Community Foundation in a statement.
    Lawyers and activists and relatives of the deportees said Kurdish Iraqis were also arrested in Nashville, Tennessee.
    Lawyers and activists said a number of those arrested had come to the United States as children, were in trouble and were already serving their sentences, some of whom had spent a long time in the United States and even forgotten Arabic.
    An Iraqi official said earlier that the diplomatic and consular missions would coordinate work with the US authorities to issue travel documents for the deportees.

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    He dropped US authorities arrested nearly 200 Iraqis, mostly from the Detroit area, in the last three weeks and moved to deport them after Iraq agreed to accept the deportees in the framework of a "deal" to lift it from the list of countries that President Donald Trump seeks to prevent the coming of them from entering the United States.

    Said Gillian Christensen, a spokeswoman for the enforcement of US immigration laws and tax administration in a statement, "The authorities arrested 114 Iraqis at the weekend in the Detroit area, and arrested 85 others in other areas during the past few weeks."

    The sources attributed these moves, it comes as part of Trump's quest management to strengthen enforcement of immigration laws and push countries to accept the return of their children who have been sentenced to deportation from the United States.

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