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A new course at Ohio State University aims to highlight the role that Muslims played in making America great — from the founding fathers to the news of today. According to The College Fix, “Islam in the United States,” scheduled to debut in Ohio State’s spring session, will be instructed by Dr. Sabra Webber and …

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According to sources inside the travel industry, the United States is set to announce next week that it will no longer allow travel to North Korea. The announcement will be made on July 27th and will take effect 30 days later. The BBC reported, “After the 30-day grace period any US national that travels to …

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By Peter Hasson, Daily Caller President Trump lashed out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions in an interview Wednesday, saying that he would have picked somebody else for attorney general if he had known that Sessions was going to recuse himself from the Russia investigation. “Sessions should have never recused himself and if he was going …

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The Supreme Court kept the Trump administration’s claim of authority to limit travel from six “Muslim majority countries” alive for the time being and dashed hope for gun owners seeking redress for their right to bear arms, SCOTUSBlog reported Monday. “The Supreme Court is letting a limited version of the Trump administration ban on travel …

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Fareed Zakaria said Monday the travel ban being sought by the Trump administration is a “nonsense solution to a non-problem,” in an interview on CNN’s “New Day.” The comments come just two days after the terrorist attack on London Bridge, where suspects sliced people’s throats while screaming, “this is for my family, this is for Islam.” …

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  The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) can’t seem to decide whether its decision to cease trips to the United States is a “political statement” or not. The board announced on Thursday that it would not be booking any future trips across the border, given concerns about President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban. “We’re committed …

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In the week since a federal judge in Seattle blocked President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban, more than 1,460 refugees have been admitted to the United States, including hundreds from Syria and Iraq. According to the State Department’s Refugee Processing Center, since last Friday’s ruling, 1,462 refugees have come to the United States. Nearly 72 percent …

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At least 72 convicted terrorists since 9/11 have come from the seven countries affected by the Trump administration’s travel ban, according to a new study by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), which reviewed information compiled by a Senate subcommittee in 2016. “A review of information compiled by a Senate committee in 2016 reveals that 72 …

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