US judge acknowledged that the government could not immediately deport nearly 200 Iraqi immigrants had been arrested last month, saying, "would face persecution if removed from the country."
The judge said Mark Goldsmith in Michigan, he has the authority to issue an order for the government to keep the Iraqis in the country during the direct deportation in court cases, and added that the re-Iraqis now expose them to the risk of death, torture or serious persecution of other operations significantly before considering legal demands in court.
Most of these people were arrested in the Detroit area also arrested in the states of Tennessee, New Mexico, California, and many of them Chaldean Christians and Iraqi Kurds.
According to the two communities they may be vulnerable to attacks in Iraq because they are a clear minority, and came in power that the government is seeking to expel more than 1,400 Iraqis from all over the country, come these measures in the framework of the efforts of US President Donald Trump's administration to tighten immigration laws and urged countries to receive people who They are expelled from the United States.
The US government says that the Iraqis who were detained by immigration authorities issued against them under deportation orders execution, and many of them were convicted of crimes Khtirh.hsp as saying.