Protests erupt nationwide against the policies of President Trumps's immigration directives, which targeted Muslims from six countries.

The executive order signed a few days ago have caused chaos at airports nationwide and sent fear in the hearts of million of America Muslims in ever American city and neighborhood.

The White House tried very hard Sunday to convince the public that the measures were needed to protect America from terrorist activities. But all of the people affected were innocent families, students or individuals on work visas.

We regret such inhumane actions and policies from a man who promised to bring America together. America today is more divided than before, and it is ruled by fear and unjust policies. 

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