Last Friday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order putting a temporary ban on nationals from seven predominately Muslim counties entering the U.S. When it came into effect hours later, it sparked confusion at airports around the world and impromptu protests in the U.S., and today, in front of the American consulate in downtown Toronto. To shed some light on the ban and its opposition, The Agenda welcomes Jihad Turk, president of Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School in California.
Quebec Mosque Attack; Trump's Travel Ban
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