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US Supreme Court Backs Trump 'Muslim Travel Ban'

05 Diciembre 2017

It is the third version of a contentious policy that Trump first sought to implement a week after taking office.

The high court's action means that the ban will now go fully into effect for people seeking to enter the United States from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia and Chad.

Saleh's recent defection from the rebel camp and now his death shattered the alliance that had helped the Iranian-backed rebels, known as Houthis, rise to power in 2014 - giving the government and the Saudi coalition supporting it with airstrikes hope for a turning point in a stalemated war that has brought humanitarian disaster.

Lifting the injunctions does not mean that the legal battle is over. Lower federal courts in California, Hawaii, and Maryland ruled the ban was unconstitutional. The Ninth Circuit will hear Hawaii's case on Dec. 6, and the Fourth Circuit will hear the challenge brought by the American Civil Liberties Union and partner organizations on Dec. 8.

The Supreme Court's decision places the rulings from the lower courts on hold. The judges had allowed travelers who have a credible claim to a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.

The U.S. Supreme Court has just handed the Trump administration a temporary victory in its effort to impose a travel ban on residents of certain countries.

"Based on that review, the proclamation adopts tailored entry restrictions to address extensive findings that a handful of particular foreign governments have deficient information-sharing and identity-management practices, or other risk factors", Francisco added.

"We should not be singling out a specific religion", said Wajid Ahmed of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.

Quick resolution by appellate courts would allow the Supreme Court to hear and decide the issue this term, by the end of June.

President Donald Trump waves as he boards Air Force One.

This story will be updated.

"This order is cut and dry: no analysis, no grappling with the law or facts-that's why we can't predict what the ultimate decision will be", Tumlin said.

And the government says that the difference here is that there are non-Muslim countries who are on the list. Six of those countries are majority-Muslim.

Somalis make up a significant portion of the immigrant population in Portland. And Jadwat says that Trump has repeatedly confirmed this.

GONZALES: Thank you. Take care. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will arguments on the merits of case spearheaded by the ACLU on Friday in Richmond.

US Supreme Court Backs Trump 'Muslim Travel Ban'