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CLCMA Statement Regarding U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Trump’s Muslim Ban

by CLCMA

On December 4, 2017, the Supreme Court has allowed the President Trump’s Presidential Proclamation of September 24, 2017[1] (also called the Muslim Ban 3.0) to take full effect, dramatically restricting immigration from five Muslim-majority countries (Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, and Somalia), as well as from Chad, North Korea, and Venezuela. With this decision, the Supreme … Continued

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Barack Obama’s Trumpesque policies

by CLCMA

President-elect Donald Trump campaigned on restoring economic security by curbing illegal immigration, and restoring physical security by banning outright or severely limiting immigration of Muslims to the United States.

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Muslim pilot sues for being fired without explanation

by CLCMA

DALLAS – A lawsuit alleges that a Muslim pilot was “suspended” and later fired by NetJets without explanation. According to the lawsuit, after seven years of exemplary service, pilot Ameer Siddiqui was suspended and later fired because an unidentified employee allegedly viewed him as a “security concern.”

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Nashville mosque sues over tax exemption denial

by CLCMA

The Islamic Center of Nashville is suing the state in federal court for denying a retroactive property tax exemption under a law the center says discriminates and creates an unfair burden based on religion.

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