Iran Retaliates Against Trump's Executive Order By Banning American Citizens

Iran Retaliates Against Trump's Executive Order By Banning American Citizens

Iran Retaliates Against Trump's Executive Order By Banning American Citizens

In Doha, Qatar Airways advised passengers bound for the United States from the seven newly banned countries that they needed to have either a usa green card or a diplomatic visa.

A day before Trump signed the order on Friday, Norm Eisen, the chairman of liberal watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and a former ethics adviser to Barack Obama, tweeted that Trump's ban was a "constitutional violation." .

Since the executive order was signed, people overseas who have visas allowing them to enter the US are not permitted to travel.

The government of Iran is retaliating against Republican President Donald Trump's decision to ban valid visa holders from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the us for at least 90 days by implemented its own reverse travel ban on USA citizens, CNN reported. "There is a sense of bewilderment, as well as a sense of injustice" because Iran was included in the list, Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, said. The airline said that potential passengers who do not have diplomatic passports from the seven countries will not be given tickets to the United States.

The official added that the Trump administration had been working on the order and its implementation for "many weeks" during the transition process, including consultation with State Department and Homeland Security officials.

"The United States government's decision to restrict Muslims' traveling to American, though for a temporary three-month period, is a flagrant insult to the world of Islam and the great Iranian nation, in particular", read part of the announcement.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday used his own page to criticise Donald Trump's executive order that will severely limit immigrants from certain Muslim-majority countries.

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WestJet spokeswoman Lauren Stewart said the airline would give full refunds to anyone affected by the USA executive order.

Five Iraqi passengers and one Yemeni were barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight from Cairo to NY on Saturday following President Donald Trump's ban on the entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, global media reported on Saturday.

Iran on Saturday condemned the US visa ban against Tehran and six other majority-Muslim countries as an "open affront against the Muslim world and the Iranian nation" and vowed to retaliate.

Farea al-Muslimi, a US -educated Yemeni political commentator with the Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies said, "It's insane - but what part of Trump is sane?"ers".

"The needs of refugees and migrants worldwide have never been greater and the U.S. resettlement program is one of the most important in the world", the two agencies said in a joint statement. "We want to ensure that we are not admitting to our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas".

Earlier on Saturday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said it was no time to build walls between nations and criticised steps towards cancelling world trade agreements, without naming Trump.

"They have forgotten that the Berlin Wall collapsed many years ago".

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