Accused nazi guard faces deportation from us
Arabs have been told by Trump’s administration that they would not be deported and were warned of the deportation of anyone they offended because “their religion” or ethnicity would be a factor.
The message from Deputy Assistant Attorney General Rachel Brandenburger was to those allegedly “Islamophobic” in a briefing last week.
“The United States government would not tolerate discrimination on the basis of one’s religious belief becaus김해안마e of one’s race, or in this case nationality,” wrote Brandenburger, the deputy assistant attorney general for the Civil Rights Division.
She said there are people who hold views that conflict with their country of origin, their culture or their religion.
When those people express those views verbally, the government can, “and has, used a variety of means, including civil action, to ensure that individuals do not engage in conduct that would constitute a barrier to entry into the United States.”
Baroness Brandenburger said one of those to마사지ols for preventing “irregular immigration,” “interagency coordination” to “prevent individuals whose religious beliefs are at odds with U.S. policy from entering the United States.”
The Muslim Council of New York – Brooklyn has filed a separate complaint against the administration’s directive to hold all people in detention for up to 120 days who have offended “the law or government policy by expressing a religious belief or affiliation that is antithet에그 벳ical to this nation’s values of pluralism and tolerance.”
The Brooklyn Muslim Council, whose executive director, Nihad Awad, said he was “really shocked and appalled” by the proposal. “There is nothing in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights that prevents a government from imposing a religion on any one of its subjects,” he said.
Trump said he was seeking to protect the safety of American citizens from “dangerous radical Islamic terrorism,” and suggested he would protect Muslims.
The administration’s move to suspend issuing visas to green card holders whose religious or ethnic origin is “non-American” drew strong criticism from Democrats, who called it an attack on religious freedom.
Republicans who are in the minority in Congress were also quick to voice their support.
“When the people that are the enemies in these situations – the enemies of this country – say you can’t have these people, they should be punished, so they’re the true enemies,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told Fox News.
Pelosi said that Trump’s directive to halt the issuance of visas for thos