^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Most Of The Muslim Countries Trump
Targeted Have Discriminatory Entry Policies
RYAN PICKRELL - 01/28/2017At least six out of the seven countries targeted by President
Donald Trump’s latest executive order have entry policies
that discriminate against Israel.
Trump signed an executive order Friday temporarily prohibiting citizens from seven majority Muslim countries — specifically Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen — from entering the U.S.
Of that group, Iran, Syria, Libya, Yemen, and Sudan refuse entry to foreign travelers holding passports or travel documents indicating that they have been to or are affiliated in some way with Israel.
Israeli nationals are not permitted to transit through Iraq, Iran, Libya, Yemen, Syria, or Sudan, even in situations where the traveler does not intend to leave the aircraft.In Syria, individuals suspected of having affiliations
with Israel have been detained for questioning.These discriminatory entry policies are religiously motivated.
Some have arrived at similar conclusions about Trump’s latest executive order, declaring the move a “Muslim ban,” but the order only restricts entry for travelers from a few predominantly-Muslim countries, not all of them.
For instance, the new policies do not apply to citizens of Indonesia, which has the world’s largest Muslim population.The primary focus of Trump’s policies is combating Islamic terrorism.√ Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/28/most-of-the-muslim-countries-targeted-by-trump-have-discriminatory-visa-policies/#ixzz4XAAUQ5Ns