(RNS) — The language of 'travel ban' is neither neutral nor objective. When journalists repeat this language, they become complicit in amplifying Trump’s propaganda and in inscribing anti-Muslim prejudice into federal immigration policy.
WASHINGTON (AP) — People waited in line for seats for days, and on Wednesday morning opponents of the ban demonstrated outside the court holding signs that read 'No Muslim Ban. Ever' and 'Refugees Welcome,' among other things.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The justices' first deep dive into a Trump administration policy comes in a dispute over the third and latest version of the administration's ban on travel from some countries with majority Muslim populations.
(AP) — As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments next week on Trump’s travel ban, its effects are playing out for people from Manhattan to Minnesota to the Middle East.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — For the six faith-based agencies authorized to settle refugees in the U.S., the battle over the travel ban is also a fight to protect their ministries — and, by extension, the refugees they serve.
(RNS) — In their sixth year, Taz Ahmed's satirical Valentine's Day cards point the arrow at the White House.
(RNS) — The organization I lead, Islamic Networks Group, has ample experience to show that increased religious literacy at all levels of society can weaken the foundation that supports discriminatory intent before it becomes policy.
(RNS) Muslim and other civil rights groups say the Trump administration's interpretation of a 'bona fide relationship' is unreasonably narrow.
(USA Today) The ruling was yet another blow to the president's effort to institute a travel ban targeting six majority-Muslim countries, and it makes a final Supreme Court showdown more likely.
(USA Today) Muhammad Ali Jr., 44, and his mother, Khalilah Camacho-Ali, were pulled aside while going through customs because of their Arabic-sounding names, according to family friend and lawyer Chris Mancini.
(RNS) But support has dropped among all other religious groups.
A trial on the merits is probably next.
(RNS) Plaintiffs argue that the president's executive order amounts to religious discrimination. But whether they'll be able to convince the courts is an open question.
The Trump team is poised to suspend refugee and visa programs as applied to many Muslim countries in the Middle East, including war-torn Syria.
(RNS) We have entered a time in the politics of the United States when the openness and respect that Smith taught when it came to religious traditions is under severe strain.
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