Source: WSFA


Hagir Abdelmagid and Abdalaziz Herzalla lead the Muslim Student Association at the Auburn University Montgomery, and they believe President Donald’s Trump’s newest executive order on immigration makes their organization more crucial than ever.

“We try to promote Islam as a ‘what it is as a religion?’ instead of what people view it as, these days, which is quite negative,” Herzalla said.

Despite the fact that the revised order drops Iraq from its temporary travel ban list and excludes people who already have visas and green cards, they think the order is still discriminatory. Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, Iran, and Syria are all Muslim-majority countries and remain on the list.

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