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American quintessential realty merchant and billionaire business mogul, Donald Trump, said Monday that if elected President of the United States, he would “suspend immigration from areas of the world when there is a proven history of terrorism against the United States, Europe or our allies, until we understand how to end these threats.” . . .
What would this latest rhetoric from the GOP presumptive presidential nominee’s proposed ban look like? And how many people would it affect? The short answer is millions, from around the globe. Here’s the math: it includes nonimmigrant and immigrant visas from countries that have any sort of terrorist activity.
An analysis of Trump’s travel ban includes ‘terrorist safe havens’: 12 countries; 496,436 nonimmigrant and 74,283 immigrant visas in 2015.
Start with ‘terrorist safe havens’: 12 countries; 496,436 nonimmigrant and 74,283 immigrant visas in 2015.
The State Department’s annual report on global terrorist activity lists 12 “terrorist safe havens” around the world where “terrorists are able to organize, plan, raise funds, communicate, recruit, train, transit and operate.” These safe havens include Somalia, Mali, Libya, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen. Total countries so far: 12.
Add ‘state sponsors of terror’: 3 countries; 45,935 nonimmigrant and 10,722 immigrant visas in 2015. An additional three countries: Iran, Sudan and Syria are designated as state sponsors of terrorism. Total countries so far: 15.
Nations where terror networks are based and operate: 14 countries; 1,741,169 nonimmigrant and 63,106 immigrant visas in 2015.
The report lists a further 14 countries where terrorists operate or are based, though are not considered “safe havens.” This list becomes broader since terror groups ranging from ISIS to al Qaeda and its affiliates have successfully recruited and infiltrated numerous operatives and cells into countries ranging from Turkey and Russia to Nigeria and India. Total countries so far could be 29.
Other countries with active terror cells: 11 countries; 295,695 nonimmigrant and 16,883 immigrant visas in 2015.
The question is: why did the State Department not include the above countries of France, Belgium or the U.K.? May be they are allies of the U.S. but that is hypocrisy of the highest order. Why is Nigeria tucked into 14 countries where terrorists operate or are based, though are not considered “safe havens.” The terrorist organization in Nigeria known as Boko Haram was not even mentioned in the State Department report.
The report was silent on countries that are seriously fighting terrorist organizations either imported or home grown – like Nigeria which has almost decimated the Boko Haram terrorists in the northeast of Nigeria.
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