Washington, September 13: Finally! United States President Donald Trump gets a major success in banning the Muslim refugees to enter the country after Supreme Court’s permission. Notably, The United States Supreme Court has allowed President Trump to implement a ban on refugees entering the country from all around the world.
The Supreme Court has taken this decision to block all the refugees to get in the US from all around the world after an appeal was made by Trump administration. Trump administration appealed that the ban is very important to save the US from terrorist attacks.
However, the Supreme Court ruling gave a partial victory to President Trump as the High Court prepares for a key October hearing on the constitutionality of Trump's executive order, which banned travelers from six Muslim-majority countries and limited refugee admissions.
Earlier, a court of the United States modified President Trump’s order of new criteria for 6 Muslim Nations which included the policy of proving a close relationship and allowed all the extended family members of US citizens from six majority-Muslim nations to lawfully enter into the country.
Interestingly, President Donald Trump in the month of March this year signed a revised executive order barring travelers from six Muslim-majority countries to the United States or three months, and all refugees for four months. These countries are Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. But this executive was challenged in lower courts where the order stayed completely. President Donald Trump said his top priority is focusing on the safety and security of the US and not targeting any religion.