BREAKING: Supreme Court Enforces Muslim Travel Ban 3.0

BREAKING: Supreme Court Enforces Muslim Travel Ban 3.0

The Muslim Ban has been green-lighted, ready to go into effect after a decision was reached by the Supreme Court on Dec. 4. Dissenting in a 7-2 vote, Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor were the only judges that believed the ban should have been blocked. The ruling on the third version of the travel ban barring most citizens of Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad, North Korea and Venezuela from entering the United States, is allowed to go into effect, pending legal challenges.

It is important to note that this is a preliminary measure while the case is still pending in the lower courts. Next week, Federal Appeals Court in San Francisco, Calif. and Richmond, Va. will hear arguments on the legality of the latest version of the Executive Order, which will most likely end up back at the Supreme Court.

While this ruling does not mean that the ban will no longer be challenged, legally, it does mean that the limitations of the ban can be Constitutionally implemented. This was a huge win for the White House, which was “not surprised” according to spokesman Hogan Gidley.

For almost one year, the ban has mobilized mass protests and acts of civil resistance. tweet

However, the ruling does come as a surprise for many who have worked to challenge the Muslim Ban since it’s announcement on Jan. 27 earlier this year. For almost one year, the ban has mobilized mass protests and acts of civil resistance, and faced challenges from lower courts in the United States, with Federal Judges from Maryland and Hawaii blocking the most recent version of the ban in October. The United Nations has slammed the administration for discriminating and further stigmatizing Muslims, and shirking on its international obligations.

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President Trump’s anti-Muslim prejudice is no secret – he has repeatedly confirmed it, including just last week on Twitter… tweet

While iterations of the ban have been revised at the request of courts, the ban remains a Muslim Ban at its core, with the president systematically and meticulously espousing anti-Muslim hatred that began on his campaign trail. ACLU lawyer, Omar Jadwat, stated reiterated, “President Trump’s anti-Muslim prejudice is no secret – he has repeatedly confirmed it, including just last week on Twitter,” referring to a series of video re-tweets from the President that he shared from a far-right British hate group just last week.

For more Muslim Girl coverage of the Muslim Travel Ban, from its inception in last January until now, check out the following:

Muslim Ban Guidebook

Federal Rulings are Trumping Trump’s Muslim Ban

Homeland Security Says Trump’s Immigration Ban Is Still in Place

I’m Not an Immigrant, so Why Should I Care About Trump’s Ban

CAIR Files Lawsuit Against Trump’s Muslim Ban Executive Order

The Immigration Ban Is Still on Hold and Trump Isn’t Happy About It

White House Makes up Terrorist Attack to Defend Muslim Ban…Again

US Appeals Court Blocks Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban

Trump to Track “Honor Killings” Under New Muslim Ban

Don’t Get It Twisted, the EO-2 Is Still a Ban on Muslims

These 22 Millennials Reflect on Trump’s Muslim Ban

The Immigration Ban Will Be Appealed to the Supreme Court, Vows Administration

Trump Explicitly Calls the Executive Order a “Ban” in a Series of Tweets

Here’s All You Need to Know About Trump’s Muslim Ban 3.0

What Trump’s New Muslim Travel Ban Really Means

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