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Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by iretemide(f): 5:10pm On Jan 28, 2017
Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of
the Nobel Peace Prize, on Friday condemned
President Trump’s executive order
establishing new vetting measures for
immigrants.
“I am heartbroken that today President
Trump is closing the door on children,
mothers and fathers fleeing violence and
war,” Yousafzai said. “I am heartbroken that
America is turning its back on a proud
history of welcoming refugees and
immigrants — the people who helped build
your country, ready to work hard in exchange
for a fair chance at a new life.”
Yousafzai, 19, issued the statement at about
the same time that Trump announced his
latest executive orders, including one that
reportedly will suspend the U.S. refugee
program for 120 days. The text of the order
was not immediately available.
According to CNN, drafts of the order also
bar “all persons from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan,
Libya, Somalia or Yemen from entering the
United States for 30 days.”
Yousafzai specifically addressed some of
those countries in her statement. The young
Pakistani activist, who now lives in Britain,
gained international attention in 2012 when
the Taliban shot her in the head for
embracing education for girls. She has since
campaigned for education rights across the
globe and won the Nobel Prize in 2014.
“I am heartbroken that Syrian refugee
children, who have suffered through six
years of war by no fault of their own, are
singled out for discrimination,” Yousafzai
said. “I am heartbroken for girls like my
friend Zaynab, who fled wars in three
countries — Somalia, Yemen and Egypt —
before she was even 17. Two years ago she
received a visa to come to the United
States. She learned English, graduated high
school and is now in college studying to be a
human rights lawyer.”
She ended her statement: “In this time of
uncertainty and unrest around the world, I
ask President Trump not to turn his back on
the world’s most defenseless children and
families.”
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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by idupaul: 5:16pm On Jan 28, 2017
Theys should go to Saudi Arabia , the USA is not a dumping ground

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by babyfaceafrica: 5:20pm On Jan 28, 2017
Story.....that is what Americans want

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by redcliff: 5:31pm On Jan 28, 2017
idupaul:
Theys should go to Saudi Arabia , the USA is not a dumping ground

Abi o... or qatar

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by cstr55: 5:32pm On Jan 28, 2017
idupaul:
Theys should go to Saudi Arabia , the USA is not a dumping ground
You just have to begin to wonder. The US is not the only country in the world for these immigrants, many of whom will turn terrorists.
They are the ones spoiling the good-will of americans towards other well-meaning immigrants from peaceful and progressive countries who have something good to contribute to america.
Saudi-arabia is there, Qatar is there, UAE is there - nations doing pretty well and have a similar islamic culture with them.
But no, they all want to go america, the land of christian sinners. They want to go to a land where every single indigenous american culture offends islamic sensibilities, hence turning them to terrorists.
I recently heard about how these syrian refugees were stoning German women for supposedly dressing naked in their own german country.

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by idupaul: 5:33pm On Jan 28, 2017
redcliff:


Abi o... or qatar

You have to ask your self why they Avoid Qatar, oman,Dubai and want to go to the west whose lifestyle they dont even approve of..Its a quiet Jihad I tell u

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by idupaul: 5:34pm On Jan 28, 2017
cstr55:

You just have to begin to wonder. The US is not the only country in the world for these immigrants, many of whom will turn terrorists.
They are the ones spoiling the good-will of americans towards other well-meaning immigrants from peaceful and progressive countries.
Saudi-arabia is there, Qatar is there, UAE is there - nations doing pretty well and have a similar islamic culture with them.
But no, they all want to go america, the land of christian sinners. They want to go to a land where every single indigenous american culture offends islamic sensibilities, hence turning them to terrorists.
I recently heard about how these syrian refugees were stoning German women for supposedly dressing naked in their own german country.

Just Imagine ..Its a quiet Jihad they are attempting but they will fail
Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by redcliff: 5:35pm On Jan 28, 2017
And someone would say that there is no trojan horse of islam trying to infiltrate the world and forcefully impose their way of life on the so called 'infidels'. Because me i dont seem to get it.

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by redcliff: 5:37pm On Jan 28, 2017
idupaul:


Just Imagine ..Its a quiet Jihad they are attempting but they will fail

Yes now thats what they are always doing. Anywhere they go, they always want to dominate the place and the people of the place into theor religion and way of life. Look at the so called fulanis. They came and settled in nogeria now they believe that the whole of nigeria belongs to them

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by Nobody: 5:43pm On Jan 28, 2017
I watched her movie titled he named me malala and it almost made me cry
Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by Nobody: 5:48pm On Jan 28, 2017
They should flee to Saudi Arabia and Dubai instead. Why must they flee to Christian and secular countries if it's not a carefully hatched plan.

Their holy book tells them not to associate with sinners but when they wanna flee, they target those "sinner's countries.

I support Trump on this.

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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by SFSNIPER(m): 5:51pm On Jan 28, 2017
Trump Trump Trump. How many times I call you?
Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by bestman09(m): 5:59pm On Jan 28, 2017
I support Trump
Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by Agboriotejoye(m): 11:26pm On Jan 01, 2020
iretemide:
Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of
the Nobel Peace Prize, on Friday condemned
President Trump’s executive order
establishing new vetting measures for
immigrants.
“I am heartbroken that today President
Trump is closing the door on children,
mothers and fathers fleeing violence and
war,” Yousafzai said. “I am heartbroken that
America is turning its back on a proud
history of welcoming refugees and
immigrants — the people who helped build
your country, ready to work hard in exchange
for a fair chance at a new life.”
Yousafzai, 19, issued the statement at about
the same time that Trump announced his
latest executive orders, including one that
reportedly will suspend the U.S. refugee
program for 120 days. The text of the order
was not immediately available.
According to CNN, drafts of the order also
bar “all persons from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan,
Libya, Somalia or Yemen from entering the
United States for 30 days.”
Yousafzai specifically addressed some of
those countries in her statement. The young
Pakistani activist, who now lives in Britain,
gained international attention in 2012 when
the Taliban shot her in the head for
embracing education for girls. She has since
campaigned for education rights across the
globe and won the Nobel Prize in 2014.
“I am heartbroken that Syrian refugee
children, who have suffered through six
years of war by no fault of their own, are
singled out for discrimination,” Yousafzai
said. “I am heartbroken for girls like my
friend Zaynab, who fled wars in three
countries — Somalia, Yemen and Egypt —
before she was even 17. Two years ago she
received a visa to come to the United
States. She learned English, graduated high
school and is now in college studying to be a
human rights lawyer.”
She ended her statement: “In this time of
uncertainty and unrest around the world, I
ask President Trump not to turn his back on
the world’s most defenseless children and
families.”
Read more from Yahoo News:
Elizabeth Warren defends Carson vote
against liberal backlash
Mexican president cancels Trump
meeting over border wall
Congress moves ahead with Russian
election-hacking probes
Colin Campbell
Yahoo News January 27, 2017
Pakistani Nobel Peace Prize laureate
Yahoo News January 27, 2017
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Re: Trump Executive Order Leaves Malala ‘heartbroken’ by iretemide(f): 12:57pm On Jan 02, 2020
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