Local Muslim Leaders React to Revised Travel Ban

Faizan Syed with the Missouri Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations says he’s pleased the latest ban excludes Green Card holders and people already holding visas before March 16. He also likes the waivers for business travelers or people visiting sick relatives in the U.S.

“Personally I think it’s a great time to be a Muslim in America, because you can stand up for the values that this country holds and be part of that movement to really, as it says, create a more perfect union,” he says.

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